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Craig Bellamy On The Move (Again)

Craig Bellamy On The Move (Again)

When Craig Bellamy is fit and his head is in the right frame of mind the 32-year-old Welshman is a joy to watch but when the opposite kicks in he's nothing more than a pain in the ass.

A short descriptive summary of Craig Bellamy perhaps but his new club, Liverpool know all about the positives and negatives when he played for them way back in 2006.

On a personal note I have fond memories of when he wore the sky blue of Manchester City and I hope you do to.

Bellamy joins Liverpool on a two-year contract and will wear number 39 on his shirt.

Bon voyage Bellers.





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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Thursday September 1 2011
Time: 8:01AM

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I enjoyed having him on the team and wish him well at Anfield ....but I am glad he has now moved on after his attitude in recent months..
Doody
01/09/2011 08:08:00
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I enjoyed having him on the team and wish him well at Anfield ....but I am glad he has now moved on after his attitude in recent months..
Doody
01/09/2011 08:08:00
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sort of player you hate if against you and love if playing for you I think. You can say a lot of things about him but the lad wants to win!
The Fear
01/09/2011 09:20:00
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sort of player you hate if against you and love if playing for you I think. You can say a lot of things about him but the lad wants to win!
The Fear
01/09/2011 09:20:00
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Didn't want him to come when his signing was first mooted, and whilst I recognise the contribution he made whilst here, his famous bad attitude resurfaced very quickly once Mark Hughes left. Once he fell out with Mancini over his dodgy knees and individual training programme you always knew the writing was on the wall, and I'll never forgive him for high 5ing Redknapp on the night when Spurs beat us to the Champions League. So long and thanks for the memories Craig, but I'm glad you're someone elses problem now.
fifthcolumnblue
01/09/2011 10:17:00
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Didn't want him to come when his signing was first mooted, and whilst I recognise the contribution he made whilst here, his famous bad attitude resurfaced very quickly once Mark Hughes left. Once he fell out with Mancini over his dodgy knees and individual training programme you always knew the writing was on the wall, and I'll never forgive him for high 5ing Redknapp on the night when Spurs beat us to the Champions League. So long and thanks for the memories Craig, but I'm glad you're someone elses problem now.
fifthcolumnblue
01/09/2011 10:17:00
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