Former Manchester City and Liverpool star in danger of losing job after bullying accusation

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has confirmed that the club is investigating claims of bullying made against Under-18s coach Craig Bellamy. It was reported that the parents of a Bluebirds youth player, who has since left the club, had complained to City about Bellamy’s behaviour. There have also been claims of Bellamy using ‘xenophobic, anti-English remarks’.

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Warnock was asked about Bellamy over the matter following Cardiff’s 3-0 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Tuesday and he confirmed it is in the hands of the club hierarchy. “Ken Choo, the chief exec, is dealing with this,” Warnock said. “It’s not in my remit. I don’t know anything about it.” It is understood CEO Choo and chairman Mehmet Dalman will observe the evidence before deciding on any potential action.

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Bellamy, who is also a pundit for Sky Sports and could face potential discipline from the broadcaster if he is found to be involved in any wrongdoing, previously was the Wales captain and won 78 caps for his country. He also played in the Premier League for Liverpool, Manchester City, West Ham United and Newcastle United during the course of his career. He won the 2012 League Cup title with Liverpool following a 3-2 win via penalty shoot-out against hometown club, Cardiff City, in the final which had ended in a 2-2 draw.

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