Craig Bellamy reveals that he wants to become a football manager when he retires from playing.
Cardiff City forward Craig Bellamy has revealed that he wants to enter football management when he retires from his playing career.
The Wales international, who won his 75th cap for his country during their 2-1 defeat to Macedonia on Friday, has admitted that he could retire at the end of the season.
"I've got my A licence already, then I'm doing my pro-licence," the Herald Scotland quotes Bellamy as saying.
"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 10 clubs during his career, including Liverpool and Manchester City.
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