Craig Bellamy: Wales legend ends playing career

Craig Bellamy began his career at Norwich City in the second tier of English football, scoring 32 goals in 84 appearances for the Canaries.
Bellamy became Coventry City's record signing in 2000 when he joined for a fee of £6.5m and he scored six goals in 34 appearances in his first season in the top flight as the Sky Blues were relegated.
The Welshman signed for Newcastle for £6m in July 2001 and scored nine league goals in his debut season for the Magpies.
Bellamy hits a 90th minute winner for Newcastle against Feyenoord in the Champions League in 2002.
Injuries plagued Bellamy's career at Newcastle and he only made 16 league appearances in the 2003/04 season.
Newcastle team-mates Alan Shearer and Aaron Hughes join Bellamy in showing their support for London 2012 in 2004 - Bellamy went on to play for Team GB at the tournament.
Bellamy celebrates winning his first piece of silverware - the Scottish Cup, while on loan at Celtic in 2005.
Blackburn Rovers paid £5m to sign Bellamy and he scored 13 goals in 27 games to help them to a sixth-placed finish in 2006.
His form for Rovers led to a £6m move to Liverpool and during his his first spell at Anfield the Reds finished third in the Premier League and reached the final of the Champions League.
A second trophy was also won during his debut season at Liverpool with 2006 Community Shield victory over Chelsea.
Bellamy's infamous 'golf stroke' celebration after scoring in the Champions League for Liverpool against Barcelona - a reference to an off-the-field incident that saw him in trouble.
Bellamy signed for West Ham in 2007 for £7.5m but only managed eight league appearance because of injury.
Manchester City paid £14m for him in January 2009.
Reunited with former Wales coach Mark Hughes at Manchester City, Bellamy scored 10 goals in 32 league appearances for the Citizens in his second season.
Bellamy joined Cardiff City on loan for the Championship 2010/11 season but could not help his home-town club win promotion.
Bellamy celebrates winning the 2012 League Cup against the Bluebirds in his second spell at Liverpool.
Bellamy with Ryan Giggs playing for Team GB at the 2012 London Olympics.
In his second spell at Cardiff Bellamy helps the Bluebirds win promotion to the Premier League.
The Bluebirds finish bottom of the table in the top flight and Bellamy makes his final appearance in their 2-1 defeat against Chelsea.