Recent reports have it that ex-Newcastle striker, Craig Bellamy is currently undergoing some financial downturns.

The Sun newspaper has authoritatively revealed that the Premier League star is now swimming in debts after the latest accounts of his four companies posted some massive losses.

CDB Developments, CD Bellamy Ltd, Digger 39 and Cardiff Bay restaurant Pier 64 are the four companies owned by the former striker who once played for Liverpool.


Reds ex-star Craig Bellamy is impressed with the qualification of Liverpool for the UEFA Champions League ahead of Arsenal this season.

He believes it is a “great achievement” despite the problems they had in defence.

The pundit and academy coach knew how things would play out as he made the comments just before Liverpool played the last game of the season. Liverpool defeated a relegated Middlesbrough side to beat Arsenal to the fourth place.


There have been calls for Peter Whittinghamto take up management in the Welsh club’s set-up.

The Bluebirds legend is set to end his long spell with the club. As he hangs up his boots, there have been calls that the player be retained to help with the academy.

Cardiff City have struggled to get top notch coaches at their academies for long. There have always been individuals helping the young talents at the academies grow but they usually lack concrete field experience or individualistic technical genius to help the rising stars develop as much.


Cardiff City legend Craig Bellamy says he has big plans for the club after he returned to take the role of Player Development Manager.

He is working with the Bluebirds Academy manager James McCarthy to help the feeder team develop.

Craig Bellamy Begins Shakeup of Cardiff Under-23 Team

Cardiff City have made it a priority to revamp the entire youth setup at the club in the hope of being self-sufficient.

The club recently brought in former star Craig Bellamy as the person in charge of the youth development. The arrival of former star, who has also played for Liverpool, Manchester City, and West Ham, has already had big implications for the youth setup at the club. A number of players aged between 19 and 23 have been allowed to leave the club on a permanent basis, while some are in discussions with interested parties in order to seek a move.

Howard Webb has picked Craig Bellamy as the grumpiest one

Of all the players he came across while officiating matches all over the globe, Howard Webb has picked Craig Bellamy as the grumpiest one.

Webb says that Bellamy might not be a grumpy fellow off the ground, but, on the ground, as a referee you could see the grumpy side of him when you passed a verdict against his team. Whichever position he was at, he would straightaway run to you and let you know how wrong a decision you made and you could not explain your point to him because he would not pay any attention to what you had to say. He would just speak his own thing. So in that way he was the toughest to handle.

Webb points finger at Craig Bellamy

Craig Bellamy might not be too happy with the statements of former English Premier League top referee, Howard Webb.

The highly respected ex-referee named Bellamy as the most difficult player he dealt with during his time in the Premier League. Webb provides key referring decisions analysis for BT Sports. He definitely risked further clashes with Reds fans, particularly as he enjoys a chequered with them during his time as the boss in games.


Vincent Tan, the Malaysian businessman and investor who owns Cardiff City football club seems set to start Craig Bellamy on managerial road with Under-18s role.

The Welsh man played for Cardiff 91 times and helped them into the Premier League in 2013 with 6 goals in 55 appearances, the first time they had been in the top-flight for half a century. By scoring for Cardiff, the ex-Liverpool man became the first player in Premier League history to score a goal for seven different teams.


Hull City had managed to put Chris Coleman in a dilemma by making a tempting offer to him, but, as the former Swansea City player recalled the happy faces of the fans that he had seen on his return from Euro, he quickly shrugged the thought of switching the job off his head and said no to the Yorkshire club.

Coleman confesses to have got interested in the offer for a second or two because it had come from the Premiership which is an aspiration for any coach.

Bellamy Says England Will Struggle against Wales’ Unity

Craig Bellamy has responded angrily to Jack Wilshere’s comments about England being the better team than Wales at the Euro 2016.

The Arsenal midfielder was speaking ahead of the meeting between the two teams in the group stages. After having started the Euro 2016 with a 2-1 win over Slovakia, there is now less pressure on Wales to get three points against England. In the meantime, the rivals could only manage a 1-1 draw with Russia in the opening group match. After having failed immensely in recent major tournaments, the pressure is on England to get a result against Wales.