Bellamy's five-year Melbourne deal Brent Read | April 18, 2008 MELBOURNE coach Craig Bellamy has rejected a massive offer from Brisbane, instead signing a five-year deal to stay at the Storm. Bellamy, who guided the Storm to last yearÃ¢Â€Â™s premiership, was the subject of a tug-o-war between the two clubs. However, the NSW coach is believed to have ended the guessing game over his future by informing Brisbane and Melbourne officials this morning he would stay at the Storm. BellamyÃ¢Â€Â™s decision is a setback for the Broncos, who had earmarked him as the long-term replacement for Wayne Bennett. Bennett wil end his 21-year reign at the Broncos at the end of season before taking up a three-year deal to coach St George Illawarra. Brisbane assistant Ivan Henjak, who was expected to be appointed as interim coach at seasonÃ¢Â€Â™s end, will become a leading contender for the full-time position. St Helens coach Daniel Anderson is also a potential contender.