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.
WALES WATCH: QUESTIONS FOR PAUL DUMMETT AND AARON RAMSEY WHILE DAVID BROOKS SETTLES INTO PREMIER LEAGUE LIFE
The Paul Dummett debate, Aaron Ramsey’s future and David Brooks’ brilliance. Wales Watch was fun to put together this week. Before we get going though, quick honourable mentions to Gareth … Continue Reading WALES WATCH: QUESTIONS FOR PAUL DUMMETT AND AARON RAMSEY WHILE DAVID BROOKS SETTLES INTO PREMIER LEAGUE LIFE
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
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.
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.
First Wales Watch of the season and we assess the form of Tom Lawrence, Chris Mepham and Ben Woodburn.
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
Ben Woodburn and Harry Wilson. Two of Wales’ great young hopes. Two players on the books of Liverpool – one of the world’s leading clubs. Both highly rated at that … Continue Reading TALKING BEN WOODBURN AND HARRY WILSON WITH THE ANFIELD WRAP
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.