When Harry Wilson replaced Hal Robson-Kanu with three minutes remaining in Wales’ away draw with Belgium in 2013, few knew just how good a player Wales had on their hands.
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.
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.
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
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.