Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Former Liverpool player Craig Bellamy interested in becoming Wales manager

Former Newcastle, Man City and Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy is firmly interested in the vacant Wales job, and says it would be the pinnacle coaching job for him after Chris Coleman left the position last week to take up the Sunderland job.
Bellamy is currently working in the youth set up at Cardiff, and has worked with the national team's younger age groups, and told Monday Night Football that he is interested in the vacant role.

He said “I'd always be interested in it, even now at this moment, of course I am. And looking further ahead I think I'd be interested in for the rest of my life. I'm passionately Welsh, it's the pinnacle for me, and I'd definitely be interested in that job. You're working with a group of players who are the most successful Welsh players in the history of Welsh football, getting to the semi-finals of a major competition. The group of players are there, the balance of the team, young players coming through, you need someone who has been involved in the set up for a number of years so you know who is coming through, which I do! It's a good position. I'm sure there will be plenty of people interested in it, and rightly so, due to what the Welsh FA have in place at this moment and the group of players you have to work with.”

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