We love football, like, properly head of heels in love with it. The passion, the pride, the way it makes us feel. But we also love the power of football and the positive effect it can have on the lives of people who’ve had a properly tough time in life.
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.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.