Cardiff’s Bellamy may be hanging up the forwards’ boots fro Wales.
Following a disappointing 2-1 defeat at the hands of Macedonia, current Cardiff City and former Liverpool and Manchester City star Craig Bellamy is considering retirement.
The 34-year-old played well during Friday’s match, but along with Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey was one of very few positives for Chris Coleman’s side.
After 75 caps for the nation and having played for several top sides, Bellamy is now thinking of packing in at the end of the season and concentrating on coaching.
“The way I’m feeling now, it could be my last season in football. I have so much to look forward to after football,” the forward told BBC Sport.
“Life isn’t just about football. The adventure starts when you finish and I’m looking forward to that.
“I’ve got my A licence already, then I’m doing my pro-licence..
“After that, I’m going to travel around the world – Spain, Argentina – and learn my craft. I don’t just want to go in and mess about. When I go in, I’m going to be prepared and I’m going to stay in.”
Bellamy has played for seven different Premier League sides in a career that stretches back to 1996, scoring 128 goals in all competitions for teams that also includes Newcastle and West Ham United.
Now at the attacker’s home team Cardiff, the Wales international is hoping to keep the side in the English top tier at the first time of asking – after helping the Blue Birds to the Championship title last term.
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