Wales: Craig Bellamy confirmed as the new manager of the national team

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Wales: Craig Bellamy confirmed as the new manager of the national team

Former Manchester City and Wales winger Craig Bellamy has been appointed by the Welsh Football Association as the new head coach until 2028. Be

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Former Manchester City and Wales winger Craig Bellamy has been appointed by the Welsh Football Association as the new head coach until 2028.

Bellamy, 44, was assistant to Vincent Kompany at Burnley and both have gotten their dream jobs after departing the relegated club.

The former Welsh forward played for Wales U-18, U-21, Wales and Great Britain Olympic during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Craig Bellamy has signed four years to replace Rob Page whose contract was terminated in June 2024 by the FAW after series of poor results including a disheartening goalles draw against lowly Gibraltar.

Bellamy is tasked to qualify Wales for the 2026 FIFA World Cup to be played in the USA-CANADA-MEXICO in 2026 summer.

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