While Craig Bellamy has always been one to do the talking on the pitch with both his play and his mouth, at times, he will be hoping to leave behind the troubles that he had once before while at Liverpool.
He joined the club on the back of controversy, and left the club after only a season believed to be due to a separate interclub controversy.
Bellamy had some great moments his first go around with the club as well, with a fantastic UEFA Champions League goal and a total of eight other strikes for the club in 42 appearances.
The real question is if this time it will be all football and no controversy for the Welshman that has shown true skill year after year for whatever club he has represented.
In hopes that his continued travels on the road of right continue, here is a slideshow of some of Craig Bellamy's best and worst moments from his 2006-07 Liverpool career and his newly started 2011-13 return leg at Anfield.
Craig Bellamy debuted for his new clubs in a preseason friendly on July 15th, 2006 and was hopefully on his way to making a huge splash for the Reds.
On August 9th, 2006 Liverpool faced off against Maccabi Haifa in a 3rd round qualifying match up.
Bellamy made a Reds European debut for the ages when he scored helping to further the campaign that would eventually lead to the UEFA Champions League Final rematch with AC Milan.
Liverpool looked to be headed for a draw with Chelsea in the 2006 FA Community shield until the 80th minute.
At that moment Craig Bellamy provided the assist that saw Peter Crouch give the Reds a 2-1 lead and eventually take home the first piece of silverware for the 2006-07 season.
Craig Bellamy went into the Reds 2006-07 campaign on a high after a blistering start to his Liverpool career in both the Champions League and in the FA Community Shield.
However, what looked a great start turned into utter frustration as he failed to get off the mark in the League for two straight months.
Craig Bellamy finally broke his Liverpool duck with a goal against his old club Blackburn Rovers on October 14th, 2006.
With the first monkey off his back, he looked forward to hopefully more success.
The controversy that follow Bellamy into Liverpool was put to bed in November of 2006 and he was hopefully set to continue on with a better record than he had brought with him for trouble.
Recently cleared of all charges and ready for action Craig Bellamy had a great December for the Reds that started with a brace and assist against Wigan Athletic on December 2nd, 2006.
Before the month was over Bellamy had added a further two goals and another assist to his December haul.
Craig Bellamy and John Arne Riise got the last laugh over their controversy as the pair were the reason for the Reds seeing off Barcelona in a 2-1 victory at the Nou Camp.
Bellamy celebrated his equalizer with the imitation of swinging a golf club, and eventually teed up Riise for the go ahead goal that saw the Reds take home the victory.
Craig Bellamy announced his impending departure from Anfield to another wave on controversy in April of 2006.
Despite denying it to the press later on, what appeared to be a complete break down between Bellamy and Rafael Benitez seemed complete as many braced for the player to leave come summer.
Bellamy looked to have lost his mid-season form when he failed to score from the end of February till the close season in Summer.
By that time it would no longer matter.
The rumors that Bellamy would leave Anfield in the summer of 2007 were confirmed when he left for West Ham United on July 10th, 2007 for a £7.5 million fee.
He road out of Anfield led to one of suffering as he spent all but nine games of the 2007-08 season injured.
Craig Bellamy returned to Anfield on deadline day this August on a free transfer from Manchester City.
Despite his previous run at the club, he has returned to high praise from his once again teammates.
Craig Bellamy could prove to be a master signing by Kenny Dalglish.
Despite the controversy that has followed him through much of his career, he has always proven to be a player that can make things happen.
Liverpool need another player like that to take the sole creative burden off of Luis Suarez.
Bellamy will find his place and whether it is off the bench or in the first team, it will prove most likely to be one more piece of the puzzle completed.