Date: 15th May 2017 at 10:37am
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Craig Bellamy’s road to eventually one day becoming Cardiff boss will continue as he will be in charge of the U18 side next season, according to the Daily Mail.

Bellamy, who has previously been linked with the top job at the Cardiff City Stadium but turned it down as he wasn’t ready, has been working in a ‘general role’ overseeing youth development since a return earlier in the year and is now ready to start on his path to become a manager in his own right.

Cardiff legend Bellamy, 37, called time on his playing career in 2014 and has been working primarily as a pundit – he’s now ready to help educate the Bluebirds’ future talent.

As a player he was known as being ‘fiery’, to say the least, so he’ll have to channel that but this is something former Welsh international Bellamy will be able to use as areas of his game, and personality, to draw on and discourage others from following.

He’ll lead Cardiff in Professional Development League Two looking to improve on the 15th place finish this season.

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