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Wales football news - June 2001.
 Bellamy signs?
Bellamy scores against Denmark. Craig Bellamy is on the verge of joining Newcastle United in a 6m transfer deal. At the moment there are conflicting reports from different sources regarding the transfer.

Newcastle have declined to comment but Craig has said that he was now a Newcastle player after completing a medical over the weekend. If the signing goes through it can only be good news for Mark Hughes and Wales with another player playing at Premiership level. He will sign a four-year contract.

Wednesday, June 27th 2001.

Newcastle have confirmed that Craig Bellamy has signed for them.


"It's the best thing to happen to me in football to date. The move to Newcastle will make me a better all-round player and linking up with Gary Speed can only improve our understanding on international duty as well." -
Craig Bellamy.

Monday, June 25th 2001. the sun.
 Millennium matches
The FAW have decided to stage the two remaining World Cup qualifiers against Armenia and Belarus at the Millennium Stadium.

It has also been reported that to attract a large crowd for the group five matches they hope to bring a top pop group to perform before the kick-off.

The intention is to keep ticket prices at the same level as for previous matches.

"The council want to make the next World Cup tie an event as well as a football match and we will explore various opportunities, such as a pop concert, to do that." -
FAW secretary general David Collins.

Thursday, June 14th 2001. the sun.
 Hughes pledge
Mark Hughes has thanked the paying Welsh public for their support during the World Cup campaign so far.

Hughes has also stressed he wants to improve the performances and the fortunes of the side.

"I think our progress has been appreciated in Wales. They can see we are edging in the right direction and have been very supportive." -
Mark Hughes.

Monday, June 11th 2001. the sun.
 Excellent Performance
An excellent and a positive performance especially in the second half earned Wales a 1-1 drawn in Kiev. The youngsters shone and Hartson was a rock up-front.

Wales were dealt a severe first-half blow as Mark Delaney limped off with a recurrence of his hamstring injury, but the players fought back and kept their shape and got a well deserved equaliser without mentioning they could have go on to win.

Thursday, June 7th 2001. the sun.

 

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