Should he be in the first team more often?

Kenny Dalglish has praised the Welshman recently, speaking of his delight at Bellamy’s enthusiasm as well as his footballing ability:

“He has been brilliant. He just loves playing football and wants to play all the time. He will make a contribution for us. He’s fantastic to have around. Craig is a really good professional and doesn’t like losing. He’s not too bad when he has got the ball, either!”

Originally when Bellamy signed, he was probably viewed by most as something of a squad player, but his versatility earned him a spot on the left of midfield against Norwich. After getting into a good position to open the scoring, he has given evidence that he could be a useful player further up the field.

Liverpool have come away from games this season having dropped points after dominating sides for large spells but missing too many goalscoring opportunities (particularly against Sunderland, Stoke and Norwich). Right now, they need someone who knows how to find the back of the net, and while Bellamy might not score every week, he has a decent track record and deserves a chance.

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