Cardiff City are to analyze a bullying claim in opposition to under-18s coach and weak Wales striker Craig Bellamy.
The investigation will happen after experiences of a criticism about Bellamy’s alleged treatment of a younger participant, who has since left the membership.
BBC Wales Sport has been suggested the membership has a protection of investigating this type of complaints.
Bellamy, 39, is an academy coach at Cardiff, having retired as a participant in 2014.
The BBC has contacted Cardiff City, but the membership are no longer for the time being commenting.
Manager Neil Warnock talked about: “Ken Choo, the executive executive, is dealing with this. Or no longer it’s no longer in my remit. I develop no longer know something else about it.”
A source at the membership talked about any type of criticism of this nature is “automatically” investigated.
Primitive captain Bellamy acquired Seventy eight Wales caps and scored 19 targets between 1998 and 2013. He played for Liverpool, Manchester City and Newcastle throughout his membership profession.
He completed his playing days at say of beginning membership Cardiff City, where he became a driver in the membership’s promotion to the Premier League in 2013.