Tim Edwards from Fearless in Devotion brings us this week’s Wales Watch with a guy we hero worshipped during Euro 2016, another we’re starting to after his dreamy free kick saw off Ireland, and one we may yet do as he comes with a cracking chant.
Was the move back to the Principality Stadium worth it to attract extra fans or was it abandoning the spiritual home of Welsh international football?
We’re dreaming of the World Cup 2022 but who makes our Wales starting 11 in the first game and who misses out?
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!
What a weekend for Wales players – so many I struggled to narrow my list down to three.
Hopefully they’ll have given the national manager Ryan Giggs one or two headaches.
First Wales Watch of the season and we assess the form of Tom Lawrence, Chris Mepham and Ben Woodburn.
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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?
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!
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.