Liverpool and Cardiff City have confirmed Craig Bellamy’s transfer between the two clubs.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has explained the reasons behind Craig Bellamy’s imminent transfer to his hometown club Cardiff City.
Queens Park Rangers vice-chairman Amit Bhatia has confirmed the London club’s interest in Liverpool forward Craig Bellamy.
Liverpool to announce the signing of Fabio Borini today, and all the rest of today’s transfer rumours and reports.
Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy recently embarked on a promotional tour of Singapore with Warrior, the club’s new shirt manufacturer, and his charity, the Craig Bellamy Foundation.
Simon Pearce takes a look at last summer’s signings and how they got on in their first season at Anfield.
Aaron provides his top five Liverpool FC players from this season and explains his choice for his player of the season.
Kenny Dalglish has praised the ability of Reds’ forward Craig Bellamy after the Welshman helped Andy Carroll to net the 96th minute winner against Everton.
Craig Bellamy says Liverpool have Dirk Kuyt to thanks for his awe-inspiring attitude in lifting the team through to winning the Carling Cup at Wembley on Sunday afternoon.
New Wales coach Chris Coleman has publicly praised Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy for his support during an emotional day in Cardiff yesterday.
Craig Bellamy faces his hometown club for the first time when Liverpool and Cardiff meet in the Carling Cup Final.
Andy Carroll, Craig Bellamy and Dirk Kuyt were all on target as Liverpool produced a fine second half performance to sweep aside struggling Wolves and claim three valuable league points at Molineux on Tuesday night.
Aaron Cutler explains why Craig Bellamy has become a key component in the rejuvenation of Liverpool FC under Kenny Dalglish.
Steven Gerrard will finally get to lead his hometown club out at Wembley on February 26th, against Cardiff City.
Liverpool book a Carling Cup Final with Cardiff at Wembley for 26th February after seeing off Manchester City in fine fashion at Anfield.
Liverpool got back to winning ways at Anfield to end 2011 with a 3-1 victory over Newcastle Utd thanks to goals from Craig Bellamy and Steven Gerrard.