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Wales football news - November 2000.
 Friendly news.
The FAW hope to make a final decision in the next two weeks on the opponents that Wales will face at the Millennium Stadium next February. The friendly will mark the Welsh FA's 125th anniversary. The Scottish FA has already declined an invitation because of "hectic fixture congestion".

The ticket pricing policy will hopefully remain the same as the previous friendly international against Brazil - 5 for children and 10 for adults.

Friday, November 17th 2000.
in the sun.
 Players out.
Injuries have forced Craig Bellamy and Nathan Blake to pull out of the squad for next week's visit to Spain. Ryan Giggs is also missing with a reoccurrence of his hamstring injury. Mark Hughes is also waiting to hear if Dean Saunders will travel.

Squad:

Paul Jones, Roger Freestone, Mark Crossley

Mark Delaney, Gareth Roberts, Andrew Melville, Chris Coleman
Robert Page, Kit Symons, Darren Barnard

John Robinson, Robert Savage, Matthew Jones, Gary Speed
Carl Robinson, Ryan Giggs, Mark Pembridge

John Hartson, Iwan Roberts, Dean Saunders

Craig Bellamy & Nathan Blake are unavailable through injury


Thursday, November 9th 2000.
in the sun.
 Training in the sun.
On Sunday Wales fly out to La Manga in Spain for 4 days of training in the sun. Mark Hughes has named a 22-man squad for the trip.

"
I hope they don't think it's a holiday because it isn't, It's a chance to just nail down a few things.


"
  Mark Hughes  


Tuesday, November 7th 2000.



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