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Melbourne prop Robbie Kearns has paid Craig Bellamy the ultimate compliment, claiming the rookie coach is already in the class of super-coaches Wayne Bennett and Phil Gould.
Bellamy, a former assistant to Bennett at Brisbane, has had an immediate effect at the Storm, with the club in a share of third after nine rounds of the premiership.
Kearns, a former N-S-W and Australian player, says Bellamy is as good, if not better, than the coaches he has been involved with such as Bennett and current national coach Chris Anderson.