Gareth Bale to embark on the biggest season of his career as he prepares to step out of Ronaldo’s shadow to lead Real Madrid
Welsh Premier Women’s League Champions Cardiff Met start their Champions League qualifying campaign this week with their eyes firmly on making it through to the first round proper.
Wales fans will be keeping a keen eye on the Championship when the new season gets underway tonight (Friday). Whilst many will wonder if Graham Potter can weave his magic … Continue Reading TIME FOR WALES’ YOUNG CHAMPIONSHIP STARS TO CATCH RYAN GIGGS’ EYE
Ryan Giggs is the new manager of Wales and now has the job of qualifying for the European Championships in 2020 and the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
He’s gone then. Chris Coleman, the hero of Wales’ European Championship in 2016, has been sacked by Sunderland after they were relegated to League One.
So what’s next for Cookie?
Life as a football fan is seldom dull.
Oh, occasional games fade from the memory of course. And, over the years, the odd promising youngster or continental trialist may sometimes prove hard to recall.
But on the whole, there is usually something going on.
I know, I know, Dave Edwards, legend? How? Why? When? WTF? And all the rest of it, but bear with. The big man hung up his international boots this week … Continue Reading DAVE EDWARDS, WALES LEGEND. NO, REALLY!
On Sunday Wrexham secured a club record 20th clean sheet of the season in their 2-0 Cross-border Derby triumph against Chester.
If attack is supposedly the best form of defence then the comatose sleeping giant of pêl-droed Gogledd Cymru are rewriting the rulebook in their bid to rejoin the Football League after a decade of relative despair.
Let’s face it, the Cyprus Cup was never about the results for the Wales women’s team.
Wales manager Jayne Ludlow said it, Natasha Harding said it and skipper Sophie Ingle said it. This year, it’s all about next month’s World Cup Qualifying clash with England, under their new manager Phil Neville.
IS GARETH BALE READY FOR CHINA, WILL GEORGE WILLIAMS GET A CALL-UP AND MORE SILVERWARE FOR JESS FISHLOCK
Wales Watch returns as Laurence Mora picks out some choice Wales news and gossip. This week its Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale, young St Johnstone midfielder George Williams, and Wales centurian and all round women’s football legend Jess Fishlock.
Wales Watch returns asking the question ‘Is Ben Davies the most underrated left-back in the Premier League, and is it because he’s Welsh’? Harry Wilson is off to a flyer at Hull City and Swansea youngster Joe Rodon is making a positive impression at Cheltenham.
Lauro takes a look at Aaron Ramsey’s resurgence at Arsenal, Ethan Ampadu purring like a kitten at Chelsea, and Lauro’s new hot tip to replace Ashley Williams in the long term.
Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen, Ashley Williams, Chris Gunter. The stalwarts. The standard. First names down on the team sheet, when fit. No excuses, no argument, end of story. … Continue Reading WHY IT’S BEEN A GOOD TRANSFER WINDOW FOR WALES AND RYAN GIGGS
No, we’re not going to the World Cup, but there is a lot to love about Welsh football right now.
We caught an exclusive chat with Wales Under 21s manager Robert Page and supported the Wales deaf futsal team in their European Championship qualifiers.