Fingers crossed for an exciting draw, a winnable group and some amazing destinations for the Red Wall to visit in the Euro Qualifiers draw
We’re in Elbasan to watch Wales’ last international until next March! Around 2000 fans have travelled and we’re all here to see Chris Gunter break Neville Southall’s international caps record.
“It’ll be great to do it among the hard-core fans. It’s hard to put into words how they treat me. It’s something you don’t feel like you deserve because playing for Wales is my honour really.” And that sums up Chris Gunter really. Even on the verge of legend, passing Neville Southall’s long-standing record of 92 international caps, he’s still humble and self-effacing and determined not to make it about him.
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.
Wales could secure promotion to the top flight of the Nations League and a play off place for the 2020 European Championships. Follow the action and what the fans think right here.
After much confusion surrounding the format of the UEFA Nations League, things are now simple for Wales.
Ryan Giggs’ side will win Group 4B if they come out on top in Friday’s crunch clash against Denmark, and in the process, secure promotion to the Nations League top tier.
Ryan Giggs’ decision to include James Lawrence in the Wales squad ahead of Friday’s UEFA Nations League clash against Denmark raised a few eyebrows amongst supporters.
We love football, like, properly head of heels in love with it. The passion, the pride, the way it makes us feel. But we also love the power of football and the positive effect it can have on the lives of people who’ve had a properly tough time in life.
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?