Ryan Giggs’ decision to include James Lawrence in the Wales squad ahead of Friday’s UEFA Nations League clash against Denmark raised a few eyebrows amongst supporters.
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Aaron Ramsey had only been on the pitch for 39 seconds in Arsenal’s 5-1 demolition of Fulham at Craven Cottage when he reminded everyone of what he’s about.
Pity then that Rambo is set to leave, either in January for peanuts, or in the summer for a free.
Jayne Ludlow has named her squad for the upcoming training camp as Wales Women look to put the World Cup heartbreak against England behind them.
They now turn their attention to the 2021 European Championships as they hope to build on their World Cup qualifying campaign.
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Normally we focus on three Wales stars in the spotlight in our regular Wales Watch feature. But, with the Nations League looming and Ryan Giggs’ first competitive games, Tim Edwards, aka Fearless in Devotion gave us a run down on pretty much the whole squad. You lucky people!
Ryan Giggs has named his Wales squad for the forthcoming Nations League games against Ireland and Denmark.
He brings in a number of young players, a surprise inclusion in Newcastle United defender Paul Dummett, and a sad omission in Hal Robson-Kanu – the Wales striker having announced his international retirement.
With a new season approaching on the summer’s horizon, Wales’ World Cup qualifying clash with the Lionesses looms but whilst Jayne Ludlow has named a largely unchanged squad to face England in Newport, at a domestic level, the changes have come thick and fast.
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Hopefully they’ll have given the national manager Ryan Giggs one or two headaches.
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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.