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The lads set up this mock court where evidence was presented against him and, in the end, he admitted he hadn’t gone to Norway at all.

In his Facebook post, Bellamy called the tweets "disrespectful, and quite frankly, ignorant comments" that "rightfully upset people.""I sincerely apologize for the inappropriate things I posted to social media many years ago," Bellamy wrote.

"Elected officials should be held to a higher standard, and while I was not in office at the time, in this instance I came up short of the man I aspire to be."He went on to say that he has advised young people to represent themselves better online and that he should have taken his own advice.

He was made full time in August 2012, according to the system.

Bellamy, originally from Atlanta, also said on Facebook that "one of the best things that has happened to me" since moving to Charlottesville in 2009 has been meeting people of all races, which "helped me expand my horizons and grow.""I have truly grown up as a man in this city," he wrote.

Here, in a series of extracts from his extraordinary autobiography, Good Fella, the Wales international recalls some of his most notorious scrapes. There was a tradition at Liverpool that new signings had to get up and sing a song in front of the rest of the squad.

I’d done mine at the Christmas party at John Aldridge’s bar in Liverpool (I sang You’re Gorgeous to one of the reserve keepers who was a great lad but whose looks were, let’s say, rather rugged) and now it was the turn of a couple of others.

We had a shared lounge with bedrooms that were upstairs. I’d got one out as I was stewing over what Ginge had done. I started taking a few practice swings.‘Let’s go and see him now,’ I said. He had tried it on with me once or twice in training. I texted Daniel again and made sure it was the right room. We beat Livingston 4-0 away in mid-April and even though I didn’t score, I had a good game.

Finnan tried to stop me again but I was determined. We got round to the room and I knocked on the door. John Hartson got a hat-trick and I set a couple of them up.

I knew Ginge was sharing with Daniel Agger so I texted him to ask what room he was in. I was given the man of the match award, but the next week, one of my ex-teammates at Newcastle rang me and said Shearer had been laughing about me.

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