Anderlecht makes Craig Bellamy, former City coach, a new hope trainer



Craig Bellamy, 39, is the new head coach of RSC Anderlecht's hopes, the Jupiler Pro League announced on Thursday.

The former Welsh player has committed for three seasons, as DH announced to you this Saturday.

Bellamy has played in many English clubs, including Newcastle (2001-2005), Liverpool (2006-2007 and 2011-2012) and Manchester City (2009-2011). He also defended the colors of Wales 78 times (19 goals) and played for the United Kingdom at the 2012 Olympics.

After the end of his career as a player, Bellamy took care of Cardiff City youth training.

"We are very happy that Craig joins RSC Anderlecht," said Jean Kindermans, youth director at the club in Brussels. "He has a lot of experience and can bring a lot to our young players, both mentally and technically, and as a trainer of our hopes, Craig begins to prepare our young talents for the main team."

"Craig Bellamy's commitment shows that we continue to invest in training our youth," added sports director Michael Verschueren. "Craig will be working closely with Vincent Kompany, Simon Davies and other youth coaches from RSC Anderlecht to facilitate the transition of young & # 39; purple talents to core A."


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