Friday, January 28, 2005

Bellamy Would Be Ideal For Blackburn

Forward Craig Bellamy, of Newcastle United, has landed himself in a spot of bother by refusing to play on the right side of midfield, feigning an injury, and publicly criticising his manager.

The situation was going to be handled internally, until Bellamy decided to go public with the feud between himself and manager Graeme Souness.

Bellamy's behaviour and subsequent fine of about £80,000 by the Newcastle United Football Club should mean that he will never play for the club again.

Indeed, supporters of Newcastle were fuming when this dilemma was unleashed and they would be unlikely to accept anything but an apology and committed dedication to the club's cause in the future.

This would be the perfect time for Blackburn Rovers to swoop on the Welshman.

They could either make a loan or a transfer in order to boost their forward stocks with quality.

They have been struggling to score, with only Paul Dickov having much success.

Matt Jansen, Jonathan Stead, Jay Bothroyd, and Paul Gallagher have all been struggling.

The signing of such a quality player would do wonders for the Lancashire club’s battle for survival in the English Premier League.

Bellamy's recent poor behaviour at Newcastle would not be expected at Ewood Park, since manager Mark Hughes was able to work well with the player in his time as Wales national coach.

The Hughes connection should make attracting Craig Bellamy to the club easier, and he would very much be an ideal signing for Blackburn Rovers.


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