Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen, Ashley Williams, Chris Gunter. The stalwarts. The standard. First names down on the team sheet, when fit. No excuses, no argument, end of story. … Continue Reading WHY IT’S BEEN A GOOD TRANSFER WINDOW FOR WALES AND RYAN GIGGS
We caught an exclusive chat with Wales Under 21s manager Robert Page and supported the Wales deaf futsal team in their European Championship qualifiers.
Ryan Giggs is the new manager of Wales and now has the job of qualifying for the European Championships in 2020 and the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
Dave Edwards is a great footballer for Wales and an all round top bloke. He’s recently released a book called ‘Living My Dream‘ which tells the story of his beginnings … Continue Reading WE MAKE DAVE EDWARDS A BETTER FOOTBALLER
Welcome to our first ever EatSleepFootyRepeat Christmas Party with special guests Neville Southall and Natasha Harding. In this festive edition we covered why Big Nev thinks Chelsea boss Antonio Conte … Continue Reading OUR CHRISTMAS PARTY WITH NEVILLE SOUTHALL AND NATASHA HARDING
By Jamie Kemble Tony Pulis is the rock and Ryan Giggs is the hard place in this uneasy situation for the Welsh FA and its loyal fanbase. So, maybe … Continue Reading THE WELSH NATIONAL TEAM IS STUCK BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE
As one chapter comes to an end – a new chapter very quickly begins. Despite their being much debate about the future of Chris Coleman he led Wales into a … Continue Reading THE NEXT GENERATION OF WALES STARS
With the men’s hopes and dreams of a World Cup on hold for another 4 years and the manager’s seat being empty it would be easy to feel doom and … Continue Reading WALES WOMEN’S FOOTBALL – GIRL POWER!
We head to the Rhondda for the derby game between Cambrian and Clydach Vale BGC and Ton Pentre AFC. It rained. My word it rained. But we didn’t let that … Continue Reading THE RHONDDA DERBY, GRASSROOTS HEROES & WALES VS IRISH FANS
For our first official Youtube show we were hoping to serve you up a glorious celebration of Wales’s march to the World Cup in Russia, without Gareth Bale.
Sadly of course that didn’t happen. What we had then was a glorious adventure to the fantastic city of Tbilisi followed by the heartbreak of watching an Ireland side inflict the first qualifying defeat of the campaign, right at the death.