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Wales job is ´rare opportunity´, says new boss Bellamy

Craig Bellamy believes he has been handed a “rare opportunity” as he begins his tenure as Wales manager.

Bellamy was named the new Wales boss on Tuesday following Rob Page’s sacking last month, with the country having failed to qualify for Euro 2024.

It is Bellamy’s first senior managerial role and the former Wales captain has signed a four-year contract. As a player, he made 78 appearances for the national team, scoring 19 goals.

Bellamy had been named as Burnley’s acting head coach following Vincent Kompany’s move to Bayern Munich in May, but turned down the opportunity to stay on as a coach following Scott Parker’s appointment.

He called taking the Wales position “my ultimate dream” when the deal was agreed and then faced th

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