Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy is relishing the opportunity of getting a second chance at Anfield and believes it has relieved the pain of his first spell on Merseyside, The
Bellamy first joined the club in the summer of 2006, but an ill-fated spell saw him fall out with manager Rafael Benitez and be sold after a season. The boyhood Reds fan believes that he made the wrong choice to move to Liverpool that time and has found the life and style of football more accomodating under Kenny Dalglish.
The 32 year old said: ‘I was in the office speaking to Rafa, speaking about certain things and it didn’t feel right. If it was not Liverpool FC, I wouldn’t have signed. I didn’t feel right about the positions I was going to be used in and thought I was being signed because I was the right price at the right time… I watched Liverpool towards the end of last year, I watched the way they were playing, and this is what I’ve supported, the pass and moving, the free-flowing football. How Liverpool go about their business now feels like how it must have been in the past’, Bellamy added.
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