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Newcastle United: Bellamy Souness - possibly rift

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posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 03:51 PM
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hmmm. do you guys think there is a issue between the pair


Newcastle United boss Graeme Souness has admitted Craig Bellamy missed the defeat to Arsenal after he refused to play on the right wing.

Bellamy was not even among the substitutes for the game at Highbury after initial reports claimed he was injured.

However, rumours surfaced that Bellamy was omitted because of a row with Souness over his position in the team.


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TRD

posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 03:53 PM
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What i heard is that they had a bust up on the training pitch and before the game. Guess them rumors of swopping him plus cash for a player the other day might not be so far off the mark.



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 03:55 PM
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i seen this on the tv, about this problem, and souness was going on saying he needs to be commited to the cause. he plays wheres he told if it helps the team and so on.

then it was interviewing bellamy who said, i have played just over 20 matches out of position, and he was basically saying he aint good on the wing and feels hes conning the fans out of money by playing there.

but he gave a no comment as to why he walked of the training pitch



posted on Jan, 23 2005 @ 03:56 PM
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yip. what you said TRD about him maybe going, i think thers something in this.

pandiani, yakuba and anelka have all been linked to the club. why look at strikers when you already got 4 to choose from. unless 1 is leaving


TRD

posted on Jan, 24 2005 @ 01:34 PM
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Could well be, there was lots in the papers today about it. One big headline was that Bellamy accused Souness of being a liar...


TRD

posted on Jan, 24 2005 @ 01:42 PM
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Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd has confirmed Craig Bellamy will be disciplined after claiming the Wales international has cheated the club.

Bellamy appears primed for the St James' Park exit door following his latest altercation with Magpies manager Graeme Souness which has created a rift within the squad. His absence from the team for Sunday's defeat at Arsenal has sparked a bitter war of words between Bellamy and the Newcastle hierarchy.

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TRD

posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 12:07 PM
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Craig Bellamy has rejected the chance to grab a Newcastle lifeline after he refused to apologise for his astonishing bust-up with Graeme Souness. The 25-year-old Wales striker backed himself into a corner by branding his manager a liar during an outspoken television interview on Monday afternoon, but with the club's fans divided over where the blame lies he appears to have turned down the chance to save his St James' Park career.

Bellamy was on Tuesday fined the maximum two weeks' wages - around 80,000 - although perhaps significantly, not placed on the transfer list, by chairman Freddy Shepherd. But as he prepared to return to training on Tuesday morning, the Wales international was in uncompromising mood.

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[Edited on 25/1/05 by TRD]



posted on Jan, 26 2005 @ 04:53 PM
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well. no1 wants to sign the player who looks set to leave if a club comes calling


Newcastle United have yet to receive an offer for Craig Bellamy, with Stoke City purported to be the only club to have asked about the Wales international.

Bellamy has no future at St James' Park following his bitter stand-off with manager Graeme Souness, which resulted in him being fined two weeks' wages.

His refusal to apologise for his tirade against Souness appears to have scuppered any prospect Bellamy has of reviving his Tyneside career


skysports.planetfootball.com...



posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 02:20 AM
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souness has another cheap dig


Graeme Souness has landed a final blow to Craig Bellamy by claiming the Welshman's slim goal record is simply 'not good enough'.

The pacey striker has never been prolific and fell out with Souness because the Newcastle chief refused to play him in a central role.

Although Bellamy, now on loan at Celtic, claims he still has an affinity for the North East outfit it would appear that Souness has closed the door on any potential return.


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posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 12:48 PM
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another dig on the player from the no2


Newcastle number two Terry McDermott has launched a blistering attack on Craig Bellamy and insists he holds the player in utter contempt despite never having met him.

McDermott only returned to The Magpies last week as Graeme Souness' assistant, but claims that what he has already heard of Bellamy has left him in no doubt the player should never be allowed to return to the club.

Bellamy was shipped out on loan to Celtic for the rest of the season earlier in the week after his very public fall-out with Souness.


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posted on Feb, 4 2005 @ 12:25 PM
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another dig


Craig Bellamy has come in for more criticism, this time from Birmingham City co-owner David Sullivan.

Sullivan has blasted the departed Newcastle striker for the manner in which he turned down a move to St Andrews after the two clubs had agreed a £6 million fee.

Bellamy ultimately opted for a loan switch to Celtic, leaving Sullivan to question the player's ambition


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posted on Mar, 4 2005 @ 03:51 PM
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another dig


Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan has launched an outspoken attack on Newcastle striker Craig Bellamy.

The outspoken Welshman is currently on-loan at Celtic after a much publicised spat with Toon boss Graeme Souness.

Jordan, who has spoken in the past of his disdain for much of the football establishment, has now delivered a damming verdict on Bellamy's behaviour this season.


skysports.planetfootball.com...



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