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Dave Jones, the Cardiff manager, was delighted by Craig Bellamy's goal-scoring return to the side as City won 2-1 at Barnsley on Saturday to maintain their second place in the Championship table

Bellamy out of Wales qualifiers

Captain Craig Bellamy is out of Wales' Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Switzerland next month.

Tevez reveals tensions at the heart of City's dressing room

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Town on a high with rising teen star Wickham

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Flynn prepared to throw youngsters into Wales fray

Wales caretaker manager Brian Flynn insists he will have no concerns about blooding some of the country's young players when he names his squad for next month's Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Switzerland.

Bellamy coin-thrower case thrown out

The case against a man charged with throwing a coin at footballer Craig Bellamy collapsed today.

Toshack poised to quit in wake of Montenegro embarrassment

Wales manager John Toshack is expected to stand down from the post today. The 61-year-old is believed to be preparing his resignation in the wake of Wales' dispiriting defeat in Montenegro in their opening Euro 2012 qualifier on Friday to end six years in charge of the national side. Wales, who are in Group G alongside England, do not have a match this week – their next fixtures are against Bulgaria and Switzerland next month, games that already appear pivotal to their hopes of qualification for Ukraine/Poland.

Welsh optimism is short-lived as Vucinic strikes

Montenegro 1 Wales 0

Bothroyd and Bellamy keep Cardiff on a roll

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Adebayor hints at Manchester City exit

Emmanuel Adebayor has indicated he could look to leave Manchester City if he cannot play regularly this season.

He's not Mr Nasty, he's 'Bellam' – and Cardiff loves him

Fans have bought so many Bellamy shirts that the shop sold out of necessary letters. The frenzy is just beginning

Pulis four short of full strength after missing out in Bellamy hunt

Stoke manager Tony Pulis was disappointed he was unable to lure Craig Bellamy to the Britannia Stadium but hopes to "shake the place up" with several more signings before the end of the transfer window.

Cardiff under scrutiny for Bellamy deal

Cardiff insist the signing of Craig Bellamy "adds up in a business and sports context" after it emerged the Football League wanted information from the club regarding the deal before registering the player.

Ireland desperate to resurrect career

Stephen Ireland is determined to rebuild his career at Aston Villa after going from player of the year to spare part in barely 12 months at Manchester City.

No parting shot from Bellamy as he drops down to Cardiff

Craig Bellamy maintained yesterday that there were no hard feelings about his departure from Manchester City. There had been intense speculation about the striker's future since he revealed ahead of Wales' match against Luxembourg last week he was not going to be included in City's 25-man Premier League squad. Bellamy yesterday dropped down to the Championship with Cardiff, his hometown club, on a season-long loan, despite top-flight clubs in England and Scotland lining up to sign him.

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