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Wales football news - June 2000.
 We can cause Norway problems.
After watching them at Euro 2000 Mark Hughes believes that Wales can cause Norway problems when they meet at the Millennium Stadium in October.

What Mark Hughes said:

"Watching them at first-hand has given us plenty of food for thought and we have picked up on a few things here and there."



Monday, June 26th 2000.


 World Cup qualifiers at the Millennium Stadium.
FAW members are set to agree to play all five home World Cup qualifiers at the Millennium Stadium. And they will also continue to keep admission prices down with tickets for the first match against Norway on October 7 costing 10 for adults and 5 for children.


Tuesday, June 20th 2000.


 World Cup ticket prices.
The FAW are considering keeping ticket prices for the World Cup matches at a low level. Tickets could be sold for as little as 10-15.


Friday, June 9th 2000.


 Hughes to carry on playing.
The FAW will modify Mark Hughes' current contract allowing him to play for another two seasons with his club Everton. The new deal will be discussed and ratified at a matches and competitions committee meeting on Friday.

What FAW secretary David Collins said:

"We fully understand the reasons behind Mark's request to have the contract altered. Mark's contract will be changed accordingly."



Wednesday, June 7th 2000.


 Alteration to Mark Hughes' contract.
The FAW are expected to alter Mark Hughes' four-and-a-half year contract allowing him to carry on playing for another two years with Everton. Hughes has yet to officially sign a contract.

What FAW chief Phil Pritchard said:

"There is absolutely no problem with Mark Hughes, he will sign his contract. He is doing and excellent job in rebuilding the Wales side."



Sunday, June 4th 2000.



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