We took time out to reflect on Wales’ World Cup campaign and look at the next generation at the Yard Bar and Kitchen in Cardiff with two proper Wales fans. … Continue Reading THE NEXT GENERATION FOR WALES, COLEMAN’S FUTURE & THAT NEW KIT
We head to the Rhondda for the derby game between Cambrian and Clydach Vale BGC and Ton Pentre AFC. It rained. My word it rained. But we didn’t let that … Continue Reading THE RHONDDA DERBY, GRASSROOTS HEROES & WALES VS IRISH FANS
For our first official Youtube show we were hoping to serve you up a glorious celebration of Wales’s march to the World Cup in Russia, without Gareth Bale.
Sadly of course that didn’t happen. What we had then was a glorious adventure to the fantastic city of Tbilisi followed by the heartbreak of watching an Ireland side inflict the first qualifying defeat of the campaign, right at the death.
We find out who’s who in the Wales women’s squad ahead of their World Cup qualifier in Kazakhstan. We also meet the grassroots heroes of Welsh football and the FAW … Continue Reading WELSH WOMEN WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS & A MESSAGE OF LOVE FOR ASHLEY WILLIAMS
A starman was born as 17-year-old Ben Woodburn rocketed into Welsh footballing folklore with two starring roles in Wales’ World Cup qualifiers.
We look ahead to the World Cup qualifier with Austria by reminding you of that fabulous trip to Vienna with awesome pastries, great beer, fans singing and a valuable point in a brilliant stadium.
It was one day. One glorious day. The day Wales arrived at the European Championships in 2016. The day Wales moved en masse to fulfil a dream. To see … Continue Reading Once upon a time in Bordeaux
For our last show of the season we went to Belgrade to watch Serbia versus Wales. We also watched the Serbia v Wales supporters game and went to the Gol … Continue Reading Belgrade bound for Serbia vs Wales
We were at Newport County to see if they could pull off the Great Escape for the second time. An amazing afternoon at Rodney Parade and our programme brings you … Continue Reading The Great Escape, more grass roots and ‘Toss like Gareth’