Helen Ward hit the treble and Jess Fishlock’s goal sent Lyon to the French Cup semi-final on another eventful weekend for Wales’ players competing for their respective clubs.
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.
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!
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
Lauro takes a look at Aaron Ramsey’s resurgence at Arsenal, Ethan Ampadu purring like a kitten at Chelsea, and Lauro’s new hot tip to replace Ashley Williams in the long term.