Key role for Ramsey in Giggs’ Wales

A blog on Arsenal and Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey and his value for club and country. The pre-match focus surrounded record-signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as Arsenal prepared to take on Everton in the Premier League last weekend, but while Aubameyang scored on his debut in the resounding 5-1 victory, it was Aaron Ramsey who took home […]

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Murphy, Clough and that elusive World Cup

A feature on a significant date in Welsh football history. It was 60 years ago today that Jimmy Murphy guided Wales to the 1958 FIFA World Cup finals with a play-off victory over Israel. Although Pele would eventually break Welsh hearts in Sweden as Brazil triumphed at the quarter-final stage, it remains Wales’ only appearance […]

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Forgotten man Ward could be club and country saviour

A feature on Liverpool and Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward. Danny Ward, Ben Woodburn and Harry Wilson all started for Liverpool U23’s on Sunday afternoon in a low-key victory over Derby County, but as the restless Welsh trio struggle to make an impression on Jurgen Klopp’s senior side, their immediate future could make a significant difference […]

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Giggs easing his way into international management

A feature on Ryan Giggs’ first competitive test following the UEFA Nations League draw. The draw for the inaugural UEFA Nations League competition took place in Switzerland on Wednesday morning, and new Wales manager Ryan Giggs was in attendance as his team were paired with Denmark and the Republic of Ireland in League B. Inevitably, […]

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