With such a humble nation in Wales, it’s surprising that the star player of the football squad is such a boisterous figure. Craig Bellamy, who plays for Manchester City, has been known over his entire career to talk to officials and opposing players too much. Despite his infamous reputation, he captains the Welsh team, because his skill is at a level that is too high to deny, especially for a second tier team like Wales. In that respect, they are in the same situation as Scotland and Ireland, and Cardiff escorts loathe how England has to recruit young talent from all reaches of Africa.
Born in Cardiff City, Bellamy is the heart and soul of the team, due to his offensive prowess. On a line-up that otherwise would struggle for goals, it’s easy to realize why Welsh football fans to a liking to Craig Bellamy, immaturity aside. Some ascertain he is the Welsh Antonio Cassano, but Bellamy has been far more inconsistent that the Italian Peter Pan. Their rap sheets however, are comparable. Although never formally convicted, Craig has been alleged to have slapped two Cardiff escort girls, and he tried to instigate a fight with teammate John Arne Riise.
Escorts in Cardiff took consolation in Bellamy’s charity work in Africa, so all was forgiven. Had it not been for his captaincy however, the situation may not have been as favourable for him. Coach Gary Speed knows that any time close to a match, his team’s leader will be fixated on the football task at hand. Speed spends his time managing the roster’s younger talent, and its development. The team is extremely young on the back end with defensive players Darcy Blake and Neil Eardley. Both players are in their young twenties and are expected to solidify the back-field for the next ten years.
The status of the midfield is similar on the Welsh team than it is with its defence. Joe Allen, Andy King, and Jack Collison all have less that twenty-five caps between them, and are eager with wide eyes in anticipation of more international matches, even friendlies. Robert Earnshaw will continue to serve up front with the captain as he has for so many years, but as the pair age, management will look to young Sam Vokes to provide more offence. The elder statesmen will require a massage more often, so Vokes will be relied on to perform yeoman’s work as well; ground will need to be covered on the upper half of the field, as the managers have to now game plan for a newer faster brand of international football. National squads get to train together more than ever, and player talent is high now that learning curves have much lower trajectory than they ever had. Escorts will be sad to see Danny Gabbidon retire.