sport news NRL: Craig Bellamy jokes he has 'told too many lies' about his retirement plans trends now

sport news NRL: Craig Bellamy jokes he has 'told too many lies' about his retirement plans trends now
sport news NRL: Craig Bellamy jokes he has 'told too many lies' about his retirement plans trends now

sport news NRL: Craig Bellamy jokes he has 'told too many lies' about his retirement plans trends now

Craig Bellamy jokes he has 'told too many lies' about his retirement plans as Melbourne boss claims he will leave the Storm in 2023 - but supercoach insists he WON'T entertain a Broncos swansong Craig Bellamy has once again discussed his coaching future in the NRL  The 62-year-old signed a five-year extension with Melbourne this season  However, he says he is assessing the situation on a year-by-year basis Bellamy has claimed he is likely to leave the sport for good next year

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Craig Bellamy has admitted he has 'told too many lies' about his coaching retirement, but the Storm boss insists he is targeting 2023 as his final year in the job.

Bellamy first mooted his NRL exit back in 2008, when he told the media that he would leave the sport at the end of his five-year contract. 

However, 14 years later the 62-year-old is still operating at the top level of NRL and recently signed a five-year extension to remain in Melbourne.

Craig Bellamy has joked about his retirement plans as he eyes an NRL exit in 2023

Craig Bellamy has joked about his retirement plans as he eyes an NRL exit in 2023

Speaking ahead of his side's trip to Suncorp to face the Broncos, Bellamy has revealed that club chiefs have afforded him the flexibility to decide each year whether he wants to continue in the post and that 2023 may be his last season.  

'I've told too many lies in the last few years about retirement,'

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