Bellamy sets sights on more success with Liverpool
Craig Bellamy sees further success in the near future for Liverpool after the Reds’ League Cup triumph in February, the Liverpool Echo has reported.
Bellamy is quoted as saying: “We won the Carling Cup, we’re still in the FA Cup and we’ve still got plenty to play for in the league. That’s not a bad season. There’s a lot to be positive about.”
The Welsh attacker is in his second spell at Anfield, having returned to Merseyside in the summer on a free transfer from Manchester City. Bellamy originally played for Liverpool between 2006 and 2007, joining from Blackburn Rovers and departing a year later for West Ham United. In his two spells with Liverpool Bellamy has netted 18 goals in 66 games, with 24 of his appearances coming as a substitute.
This season the 32-year-old has featured 20 times in the Premier League, starting on eight occasions. The former Cardiff City forward has six league goals to his name in this campaign, netting against former clubs Norwich City and Newcastle United, scoring a double against the latter, as well as Aston Villa, Bolton Wanderers and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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