Last month, Wales suffered a painful, agonising defeat to Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium. The result meant that Wales once again failed to qualify for their first World Cup since Sweden 1958. Now that the heartache has settled, the Wales squad were in action again this week. On Friday, Wales played France in the
Wales face the most gruelling task of their 2018 World Cup Qualification campaign when they face an aggressive Serbian side on Sunday. It is a defining match; the hopes of progression hinder on whether the Welsh manage to bring a result home. Currently trailing the Serbs – who top the group – buy four points,
Once again the Wales do proud, and the nation all sing their praises. This little country goes marching on – to the semi-final stages. They ‘over-came’ the mighty Belgium, by scoring three super goals. Now bring on La-France – believe me, anything goes! The people of the Welsh valleys, are all singing, oh, so loud.
After a disappointing opening match against Russia that saw them concede a late goal to draw 1-1, England greatly increased their chances of making it safely past the group stages following their triumphant encounter against arch rivals Wales. They may be united by geographical proximity so much that there would be no United Kingdom without
The land of song are singing – they are the mighty Wales, They won their first Euro match, now their beer has booming sales! They played quite remarkably and so deserved their win. Now bring on their next game – they could win again. I also watched the mighty England – and they scored a
After the tragic passing of a true football great Gary Speed, Welsh football was left with a huge hole to fill. Under Speed Wales played attractive, free flowing and effective football. The players were motivated and enjoyed playing their football as much as the fans were watching it. However when all that changed, the FAW