He was omitted from City’s 23-man Europa League squad for the game against Timisoara in August. A week later he was allowed to train with Cardiff City and, on Aug 17, he joined the club on loan until the end of the season.
Since arriving in his home city, Bellamy has captained Cardiff into second place in the Championship, scoring five times in 15 appearances.
Bellamy signed for Liverpool on 22 June 2006 for a fee of £6,000,000 from Blackburn.
He got his Liverpool career off to a good start with a goal against Maccabi Haifa in Champions League qualifying, but generally struggled for goals in the league campaign, scoring just seven in 27 appearances.
Bellamy added to his reputation as a volatile character at a training camp in Portugal on 19 February 2007, where he assaulted John Arne Riise with a golf club, bruising his legs.
The situation arose when Riise refused to sing in a karaoke competition, which angered Bellamy, and this escalated to a stand off between the two, with a fight being narrowly avoided.
Bellamy, who began his career at Carrow Road, before moving to Coventry City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool, West Ham United and finally Manchester City, is understood to have spent a night out in Cardiff after being rested for his team’s FA Cup third-round match at Stoke on Saturday.
Police have not named Bellamy, but in a statement confirmed a 31-year-old man had been arrested.
Bien qu'ayant commencé le piano à 5 ans, son intérêt pour la musique commence vraiment à 13 ans, lorsque ses parents se séparent et qu'il ressent le besoin de combler l'absence de son père musicien.On 31 August 2011 Liverpool re-signed Bellamy on a 2 year deal on a free transfer from Manchester City.He wore the number 39 shirt for the 2011-12 season.Bellamy then armed himself with a golf club and tracked Riise down.He departed from Liverpool on 10 July 2007 to West Ham for £7,500,000 having made 42 appearances in all competitions, with nine goals to his name.