Bellamy gets strict with unruly schoolboys at Sierra Leone project
London, Sep 30(ANI): Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy, who is often at the centre of bust-ups on the pitch, got strict while visiting the Craig Bellamy Foundation, a football school he founded in Sierra Leone.
The 31-year-old told a group of unruly boys, who left a woman teacher close to tears, that lack of respect was completely unacceptable.
"You are not here to do what you want, you are here to learn. The lack of respect you've shown the teacher is just completely unacceptable," the Daily Star quoted Bellamy, as saying.
Bellamy later said: "They need to know this isn't a holiday camp."
Bellamy has pumped over 750,000 pounds of his own money into the Craig Bellamy Foundation since setting it up in 2008.
The foundation runs Sierra Leone's only football academy in Tombo, 90 minutes from the capital Freetown, and also co-ordinates a league of 88 teams in four regions nationwide, allowing 2,000 boys and girls to play sport in the impoverished country. (ANI)
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