ON MY WAY OUT? NO, I'M MOVING IN; EXCLUSIVE Bellamy Moves into Pounds 1m House Next to Shearer. but Dad Says He's Finished

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ON MY WAY OUT? NO, I'M MOVING IN; EXCLUSIVE Bellamy Moves into Pounds 1m House Next to Shearer. but Dad Says He's Finished


Byline: JEREMY ARMSTRONG

SOCCER star Craig Bellamy has moved into a pounds 1million mansion next to Newcastle team-mate Alan Shearer - but he might not be there for long.

The fiery Welshman's dad believes he is on his way out of the club following his public slanging match with boss Graeme Souness.

Doug Bellamy, 59, said the pair had been at loggerheads since Souness' arrival four months ago and added: "It doesn't look good for his future at Newcastle does it?"

Bellamy, partner Clare Jansen and their two children moved in across the road from Shearer after selling their last home.

The detached property on the exclusive Darras Hall estate in Ponteland, Northumbria, was previously home to former Newcastle colleague Jonathan Woodgate.

It stands behind imposing wooden gates and boasts a spiral staircase, a Jacuzzi, an orangery and spectacular landscaped gardens leading down to a tiny beck.

But according to his family, Bellamy should make the most of living there before he is sold.

Brother Matthew, 22, said: "It's a real shame, but it looks like he is on his way out the club.

"He and the manager just don't get on. It is a clash of personalities, two fiery characters. They have not hit it off from the word go."

Bellamy, 25, and Souness fell out over his role alongside Shearer in the Newcastle team.

He wants to play up front with the former England captain but Souness has been picking the pounds 6million star on the right wing. …

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