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Old 31-05-2013, 06:58 AM
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Default Craig Bellamy’s autobiography

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Ginge was a nice enough lad.

He was a bit of a child. He was insanely *competitive. If there was a competition to see who could ping a shot against the crossbar, he was always mad keen to win it.

People used to make a joke of it and say: ‘I bet Ginge could do that’.

That night at Vale do Lobo, I was sitting with Steve Finnan, who was my *room-mate, Sami Hyypia and Ginge.

I told Ginge he had to sing a song. I might have said it a couple of times. He said he didn’t want to do it.

I mentioned it again and he snapped. He got s****y about it. He got up and started shouting. “Listen,” he yelled, “I’m not singing and I’ve had enough of you banging on about it.”

Sami told me to ignore him and Ginge left fairly soon afterwards. But as the evening wore on and I had more to drink, it started eating away at me.

At that time, the way I was, I didn’t know how to control my emotions if someone disrespected me in front of the rest of the players.

I am one of the worst people on drink. It doesn’t agree with me.

After a while, I told Finnan we were going.

I told him I wanted to sort it out with Ginge.

“I’m not having that,” I said to Finny.

“What are you on about?” he said.

“That ginger f****** p****, he ain’t speaking to me like that,” I said.

Finny told me to ignore him. He told me to forget it and go to bed.

“I’m not ignoring him,” I said. “I’m going to go to his room.”

Finny told me to calm down.

“No, let’s go to our room,” he said.

He was trying to humour me, like a warder with a madman.

We did go back to our room but I still couldn’t let it go.

We had a shared lounge with bedrooms that were upstairs.

Our golf clubs were in the lounge. I’d got one out as I was stewing over what Ginge had done.

It was an eight iron.

I started taking a few practice swings with it.

“Let’s go and see him now,” I said.



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I just wanted to wind Ginge up a bit.

He had tried it on with me once or twice in training. He had given me a little nudge in the back.

I’d just look at him and think ‘F*** off, Ginge.’

So we got round to his room and I knocked on the door. There was no answer.

So I tried the door and it was open. I let myself in and turned the light on.

Ginge was in bed.

He was facing away from me and covering his eyes with his hands because the lights had been switched on.

I just whacked him across the *backside with the club.

You couldn’t really call it a swing. It was just a thwack, really.

If I’d taken a proper swing, I would have hit the ceiling with my backlift.

Finny, by the way, was hiding behind the door at that point.

Ginge panicked.

He curled up in a ball with a blanket.

“You ever speak to me like that in front of people again,” I told him, “I will wrap this round your head.”

“Listen, I didn’t mean it like that,” he said.

“Yes you f****** did,” I barked at him.

“No, no, I didn’t,” he insisted.

“Yes, you did,” I told him again. “That’s a couple of times you’ve pulled that f****** stunt on me and it won’t be happening any more.”

I was warming to my theme now, like people who have had too much to drink usually do.

I threatened him a few times.

“And if you’ve got a problem with any of this, come and see me in my room tomorrow,” I told him. “Don’t go moaning about it.”

I look back at what I did now and I cringe.

It was pathetic. It was stupidity of the highest level. It was drunken, bullying behaviour.

Eventually, I left.



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Old 31-05-2013, 08:24 AM
elephantstone
 
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he sounds a right laugh
 
Old 31-05-2013, 08:26 AM
believe
 
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front cover

 
Old 31-05-2013, 08:31 AM
Switching Off
 
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Isn't it weird when you imagine somebody to be a right cunt and then you read their book and it turns out you were right all along
 
Old 31-05-2013, 08:36 AM
Mr_Ed
 
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Who was ginge?
 
Old 31-05-2013, 08:39 AM
rogieop
 
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so after failing in bullying somebody into singing a song the logical thing was to then go and pick up a golf club before confronting him.

Real hard man bellamy.
 
Old 31-05-2013, 08:43 AM
Lazlo Panaflex
 
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pathetic little creep. It's a nightmare trying to deal with someone like that, always have the perspective that they are the ones hard done by, completely oblivious of their own actions.
 
Old 31-05-2013, 08:43 AM
Throw
 
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Originally Posted by Mr_Ed
Who was ginge?
Irk, but he's bald now apparently.
 
Old 31-05-2013, 09:24 AM
Jack Duckworth
 
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proper hard man hitting somebody whose just woken up with a golf club whilst they're lying down.

horrible goblin little freakshow.
 
Old 31-05-2013, 09:35 AM
Lazlo Panaflex
 
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boom!

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