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EURO 2012: Wales 2 Switzerland 0

Wales v Switzerland: photo linked from winsfordguardian.co.ukWALES (0) 2 SWITZERLAND (0) 0
Goals: Ramsey 60 (Pen), Bale 71

Wales completed their home Euro 2012 qualifying matches with an impressive 2-0 win against Switzerland.

After and even fast flowing first half, Wales started the second half on the front foot, Switzerland were suddenly  down to 10 men early in the half after Ziegler was shown a straight red card for a tackle on Chris Gunter.

Wales took the lead from the penalty spot after 60 minutes when Aaron Ramsey scored, this after Chris Gunter had been brought down by Klose.
Wales were two up when Gareth Bale beat the offside trap on 70 minutes, this after good work from Steve Morison.

Wales comfortably held on for the win and the three points. Att: 12,137

Wales v Switzerland: photo linked from sportinglife.comWales line up:
1. Wayne Hennessey, 2. Chris Gunter, 3. Neil Taylor, 4. Andrew Crofts, 5. Darcy Blake, 6. Ashley Williams, 7. Joe Allen, 8. Craig Bellamy, 9. Steve Morison, 10. Aaron Ramsey (Capt), 11. Gareth Bale.

Subs:
12. Boaz Myhill, 13. Adam Matthews, 14. Lewin Nyatanga, 15. David Vaughan, 16. David Edwards, 17. Hal Robson-Kanu, 18. Simon Church.



Gary Speed has named the squad for the final Euro 2012 qualifiers against Switzerland and Bulgaria in October.

TEAM NEWS:
Both Andy King (knee) and Jack Collison (back) are out due to injury.

Joe Ledley, James Collins and Danny Collins are out (all injured). Both
Jonathan Williams and Lewin Nyatanga have been added to the squad.


 David Edwards hails change in Wales camp under Gary Speed. - [Wed 5 Oct 2011]
 Steve Morison aims for new goals. - [Wed 5 Oct 2011]

 Joe Allen hopes for first Wales start against Switzerland. - [Tue 4 Oct 2011]
 
Jonathan Williams call-up leaves Palace proud
. - [Tue 4 Oct 2011]

Wales training: photo linked from propaganda-photo.comDavid Edwards returns after injury, also on standy is Under 21 squad member Jonathan Williams. Around 6,000 tickets sold (Saturday 1/10), FAW hopeful of around 10k by Friday. Match referee is Bj÷rn Kuipers (Netherlands)


David Vaughan could be doubtful after missing his club's game against WBA due to illness. Joe Ledley is also a doubt with a thigh strain. Adam Matthews was taken off due to injury after 73 minutes playing for his club.

MEDIA SCHEDULE:
Monday 3rd October -Training session at 3pm at Vale of Glamorgan.
Tuesday 4th October - Player Media Session.
Thursday 6th October - Manager and Captain Media Session.
Thursday 6th October - Training session at 4pm at Liberty Stadium, Swansea.


Original Wales Squad:
Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Bromwich Albion [loan Birmingham City]).

Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff City), Danny Collins (Stoke City [loan Ipswich Town]), James Collins (Aston Villa), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Adam Matthews (Celtic), Neil Taylor (Swansea City), Ashley Williams  (Swansea City).

Midfielders: Joe Allen (Swansea City), Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur), Jack Collison (West Ham United), Andrew Crofts  (Norwich City), David Edwards (Wolves), Andy King (Leicester City), Joe Ledley (Celtic), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), David Vaughan (Sunderland).

Forwards: Craig Bellamy (Liverpool), Simon Church (Reading), Steve Morison (Norwich City), Sam Vokes (Wolves).

 =  on a yellow card.

Stand by players:
Goalkeeper: Lewis Price (Crystal Palace)

Defenders: Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Lewin Nyatanga (Bristol City), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Rhoys Wiggins (Charlton Athletic).

Midfielders: David Cotterill (Swansea City), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace).

Forwards: Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace), Ched Evans (Sheffield United).


Switzerland Squad:
Goalkeepers:
Diego Benaglio (Wolfsburg), Johnny Leoni (FC Zurich), Marco Woelfli (Young Boys).

Defenders: Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus), Johann Djourou (Arsenal), Philippe Senderos (Fulham), Steve Von Bergen (Cesena), Timm Klose (Nuremberg), Reto Ziegler (Fenerbahce), Ricardo Rodriguez (FC Zurich).

Midfielders: Valon Behrami (Fiorentina), David Degen (Young Boys), Gokhan Inler (Napoli), Gelson Fernandes (Leicester), Blerim Dzemaili (Napoli), Fabian Frei (FC Basel), Xherdan Shaqiri (FC Basel).

Forwards: Eren Derdiyok (Bayer Leverkusen), Innocent Emeghara (Lorient), Granit Xhaka (FC Basel), Admir Mehmedi (Zurich).


Wales take on Switzerland in their final HOME Euro 2012 Group Group G Qualifying match. Game to be played on
Friday 7th October 2011 at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea Kick off 7.45pm.

Gary Speed to name Wales squad for final Euro 2012 matches on Thursday, September 29th at around 11am.

Tomorrow’s press conference at the St David’s hotel in Cardiff to announce the Wales squad to face Switzerland and Bulgaria has been cancelled. The squad will sent out on email.

TEAM NEWS:
Both Danny Gabbidon and Rob Earnshaw are doubts due to injury. There is however good news on James Collins, the central defnder was reported to have a broken a bone in his leg or, even worse, some ligament damage but scans have showed there is no damage. He should be fit.


posted: Sun, 25 Sep, 2011 15:45 UK.

 

 

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other information:
Euro 2012:
 Wales v Switzerland.
Venue: Liberty Stadium, Swansea.
Date: Friday 7th Oct 2011.
Kick off: 7:45
.
Referee:
Bj÷rn Kuipers (Netherlands).
Other: 
Wales squad - DOC format
LIVE: Live on SKY Sports 3

 

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POSTED: 8:43am Friday 7th October 2011

SEMI PRO: Estonia 1 Wales 2

Wales Semi Pro: photo linked from prppagandaEstonia 1 Wales 2.
A 2-1 win against Estonia in Tallinn in 2011/12 International Challenge Trophy.
Goals: Artjom Dmitrijev [10], Luke Bowen [12], Chris Jones [64]

"It should have been more convincing as we played very, very well and we could have scored four or five, but I'm really happy with the win." manager Terry Boyle.





The Wales under-23 semi-professional side will play Estonia next month. The International Challenge Trophy tie will be staged at the national stadium in Tallinn on Wednesday, October 5.

Called are are Barrow players Jack Mackreth and James Owen.

Wales squad:
Stephen Cann (Aberystwyth Town), Lee Idzi (Bangor City); Ryan Edwards (Airbus UK Broughton), Kai Edwards (Neath), Curtis McDonald (Forest Green Rovers), Jack Lewis (Neath), Andrew Hughes (Newport County), Connell Rawlinson (The New Saints); Chris Jones (Neath FC), Aeron Edwards (The New Saints), James Owen (Barrow), Jack Mackreth (Barrow), Kerry Morgan (Neath FC), Scott Barrow (Tamworth), Alex Darlington (The New Saints); Luke Bowen (Neath), Marc Williams (Kidderminster Harriers), Craig Moses (Llanelli).

Stand by players: Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), Richie Dorman (Narpes Kraft), Tom Roberts (The New Saints), Ashley Evans (Llanelli), Jordan Follows (Aberystwyth Town), Luke Cummings (Neath), Toby Jones (Neath).



posted: Sat, 24 Sep  2011 19:15 UK.



 

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POSTED: 7:08pm Wednesday 5th October 2011

FAW: Bale award

Gareth Bale: photo linked from faw.org.ukBALE AWARD
Gareth Bale has won the Football Association of Wales Player of the Year award for the second year running.

"Obviously I am very pleased to win the award again, it’s very special to me to be chosen twice like this. It is a great award to win, a real honour. There are some really great names on the list who have won this award before me, it is an honour to be bracketed with them. Things have started to go well for me, for my club as well as for Wales. My am is to keep that level of performance going in every game."

Ashley Williams won the Welsh Club Player of the Year for a third successive year, while club-mate Joe Allen won the young player prize. The awards, voted by journalist and broadcasters, cover the period from October 2010 to October 2011.


updated: Wed, 5 Oct, 2011 09:20 UK.
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POSTED: 9:18am Wednesday 5th October 2011

FANS: Press conference LIVE

FAWLIVE
Gary Speed and Aaron Ramsey answer Euro 2012 questions live online.

Live streamed press conference featuring Welsh Manager and Captain.

  Show date: Thursday October 6th 
  Show time: 13.30 
 
The Welsh national football team face a busy few days in the latest round of Euro 2012 qualifiers with a home game against Switzerland on 7 October and a trip to Sofia to play Bulgaria four days later.

Following the recent away win against Montenegro and the narrow defeat to England hopes are rising that Welsh fortunes are on the rise.

Manager Gary Speed is expected to field a strong side against a Swiss team who are still in the hunt to qualify for the finals in Poland and Ukraine, knowing that a win in Swansea and victory over Montenegro in the final match will secure second place in the group and a place in the play-offs.

posted: Tue, 4 Oct , 2011 12:15 UK.
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FAW: New Wales away kit

FAWNEW AWAY KIT
The New Wales Away Shirt is launched on Thursday, 6th October 2011.

To purchase Wales kit through dragonsoccer.co.uk goto - http://www.dragonsoccer.co.uk/melmorgansports/

updated: Mon, 3 Oct, 2011 15:18 UK.
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POSTED: 3:13pm Monday 3rd October 2011

PLAYERS: Appearance weekend 01 Oct 11

Player

Club

Last game

Date

next updated 02 Oct 11

Wayne Hennessey (Gk)

Wolves

v  Newcastle Utd

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Boaz Myhill (Gk)

^Birmingham City

v Nottm Forest

02 Oct 11

played -m

 

 

 

 

 

James Collins

Aston Villa

v Wigan

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Danny Gabbidon

QPR

v Fulham

02 Oct 11

-inj

Chris Gunter

Nottm Forest

v Birmingham City

02 Oct 11

sub

Neal Eardley

Blackpool

v Bristol City

01 Oct 11

-

Lewin Nyatanga

Bristol City

v Blackpool

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Sam Ricketts

Bolton

v Chelsea

02 Oct 11

-inj-back end of october

Ashley Williams

Swansea

v Stoke

02 Oct 11

played -m

Neil Taylor

Swansea

v Stoke

02 Oct 11

played -m

Danny Collins

^Ipswich

v Brighton

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Adam Matthews

Celtic

v Hearts

02 Oct 11

played 73m-inj

Darcy Blake

Cardiff

v Hull

01 Oct 11

played 90m

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Bellamy

Liverpool

v Everton

01 Oct 11

sub on -

Robert Earnshaw

Cardiff

v Hull

01 Oct 11

-inj

Joe Ledley

Celtic

v Hearts

02 Oct 11

-inj-thigh

Brian Stock

Doncaster

  v Peterborough

01 Oct 11

played 90m-1g

Jack Collison

West Ham Utd

v Crystal Palace

01 Oct 11

played 68m-t

Gareth Bale

Tottenham

v Arsenal

02 Oct 11

played -m

Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal

v Tottenham

02 Oct 11

played -m

David Edwards

Wolves

v Newcastle Utd

01 Oct 11

sub

Andy King

Leicester City

v Derby

01 Oct 11

played m

Andrew Crofts

Norwich City

v Man Utd

01 Oct 11

sub on 74m

David Vaughan

Sunderland

v West Brom

01 Oct 11

-illness

Joe Allen

Swansea

v Stoke

02 Oct 11

played -m

Andy Dorman

Crystal Palace

v West Ham

01 Oct 11

-

Ched Evans

Sheff Utd

v Charlton

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Sam Vokes

Wolves

v Newcastle Utd

01 Oct 11

sub

Simon Church

Reading

v Coventry

01 Oct 11

played 82m-t

Steve Morison

Norwich City

v Man Utd

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Hal Robson-Kanu

Reading

v Middlesbrough

01 Oct 11

played 74m-t

Freddy Eastwood

Coventry

v Barnsley

01 Oct 11

available after hamstring inj

David Cotterill

Swansea

v Stoke

02 Oct 11

-

Jermaine Easter

Crystal Palace

v West Ham

01 Oct 11

sub on 84m

 

 

 

 

 

Young Guns

 

 

 

 

David Cornell (Gk)

^Hereford

v Oxford Utd

01 Oct 11

played 90m

James Wilson

Bristol City

v Blackpool

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Christian Ribeiro

Bristol City

v Blackpool

01 Oct 11

-

Ashley Richards

Swansea

v Stoke

02 Oct 11

-

David Stephens

Hibernian

v Rangers

01 Oct 11

sub

Elliott Hewitt

Macclesfield

v Swindon

30 Sep 11

played 90m

Troy Brown

Rotherham United

v Port Vale

01 Oct 11

played 46m-t

Michael Doughty

^Crawley

v Plymouth

01 Oct 11

sub on 87m

Jake Taylor

^Exeter

v Oldham

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Jonathan Williams

Crystal Palace

v West Ham

01 Oct 11

played 66m-t

Billy Bodin

^Torquay

v Morecambe

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Eliot Richards

Bristol Rovers

v Cheltenham

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Ryan Williams

^Portsmouth

v Leeds

01 Oct 11

sub on 85m

 

 

 

 

 

other players

 

 

 

 

Jason Brown (Gk)

Aberdeen

v Dunfermline

30 Sep 11

sub

Lewis Price (Gk)

Crystal Palace

v West Ham

01 Oct 11

sub

Kyle Letheren

Kilmarnock

v St Johnstone

01 Oct 11

-

Rhoys Wiggins

Charlton

v Sheff Utd

01 Oct 11

played 90m

Ben Turner*

Cardiff City

v Hull

01 Oct 11

sub on 84m

Grant Basey

Peterborough

v Doncaster

01 Oct 11

-

Gareth Roberts

Derby County

v Leicester

01 Oct 11

-

Rob Edwards

Barnsley

v Coventry

01 Oct 11

-inj-hamstring

John Oster

Doncaster

v Peterborough

01 Oct 11

played 84m-t

Owain Tudur Jones

Inverness

v St Mirren

01 Oct 11

-inj

Ben Davies

Derby County

v Leicester

01 Oct 11

-

David Jones*

Wigan

v Aston Villa

01 Oct 11

sub on 67m

Craig Davies

Barnsley

v Coventry

01 Oct 11

-inj-groin

updated: Sun, 2 Oct, 2011 15:58 UK.

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on loan = m = minutes; - = did not play, g= goal, t=tactical change, inj=injury, s=suspended, c=clean sheet

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SCHOOLBOY: Wales v Scotland

Wales v Scotland - Victory shield 2011: Photo linked from faw.org.ukWALES 0 SCOTLAND 0.
Wales line up:
1 Gareth Owen
2 Ross White
3 Fraser Sturgess
4 Thomas Atyeo (c)
5 Tomos Clarke
6 Liam Walsh
7 Abdi Noor
8 Corey Francis
9 Alex Penny
10 Peter Smith
11 Jake Charles.

Subs:
12 Cameron Clarke, 13 Cian Harries, 14 Sam Jones, 15 Kyle Copp, 16 Nathan Palmer, 17 Jake Watkins, 18 Joseff Morrell.



Technical Director Osian Roberts has named the squad for the opening Victory shield fixture against Scotland. Match to be played at Airbus UK Broughton FC on Friday September 30th. Kick-off is at 7.35 p.m.

Wales squad:
Ross White (Wrexham) Ysgol Rhosnesni
Kyle Copp (Swansea City) Pentrehafod High
Corey Francis (Swansea City) Penyrheol Comp
Thomas Atyeo (Swansea City) Cymmer Afan Comprehensive
Liam Walsh (Swansea City) Pontarddulais Comprehensive
Abdifatah Noor (Cardiff City) St Cyres High
Cameron Clarke (Cardiff City) Hawthorn High
Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) Garforth Community College
Tomos Clarke (Oldham Athletic) Ysgol Friars
Gareth Owen (Llanelli Academy) Gowerton Comprehensive
Alexander Penny (Hull City) Withernsea High
Sam Jones (Cardiff City) Stanwell High
Peter Smith (Wolves) Stourport High
Nathan Palmer (Manchester United) Parrs Wood High
Fraser Sturgess (Unattached) Thomas Deacon
Cian Harries (Coventry City) Arden High
Jake Watkins (Cardiff City) Newbridge Comprehensive
Joseph Morrell (Bristol City) The Castle

posted: Thu, 29 Sep, 2011 19:45 UK.


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FAW: Awards evening

FAWFAW AWARDS
On Tuesday 4th October, the annual FAW Awards Evening sponsored by Brains will be held at the National Museum in Cardiff.

The evening will start from 6.30pm with the arrival of VIP guests on the red carpet at the side entrance to the museum. The Wales squad and staff will arrive soon afterwards. Fans are very welcome to come along to see the arrivals.

During the evening, awards will be presented for Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year and Club Player of the Year for men and women's teams. There are also a series of other awards including the Fans Player of the Year and Long Service Awards.

It promises to be a star-studded evening.

source faw.org.uk


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TWITTER: Raymond Verheijen

Twitter : Raymond Verheijen 
On my way to Cardiff for tomorrow's Wales staff meeting to prepare camp for Switzerland/Bulgaria games. Hopefully a big crowd in Swansea. Raymond Verheijen 26 Sep 11]

Would love to join Indonesian National Team for games vs Iran/Bahrein but my priority is with Wales to play Montenegro/England on Sep 2 & 6
. Raymond Verheijen 14 Aug 11]


Just done some photos in the new welsh kit.looks pretty good!
 Aaron Ramsey 3 Aug 11]

In our first 6 months with Wales we have been very busy to optimize the working environment for the players and all the staff members.
Hopefully, all Welsh players have survived pre-season in Jurassic Park and are still fit & fresh so we can play with our strongest team. Raymond Verheijen 3 Aug 11]

After speaking with all the people involved I have decided not to get involved with PL club as combination with Wales was no option.
Leaving Wales for PL was never an option as I'm totally committed to our mission & there will be enough PL opportunities in future anyway.
 [assistant coach Raymond Verheijen 30 Jun 11]

In upcoming days I have to think hard about dilemma. Had good offer from top Premier League club but they don't want combination with Wales.
I totally understand their position as they want to avoid a potential conflict of interest in the future. But I want to stay with Wales. [assistant coach Raymond Verheijen 27 Jun 11]

Looking forward to my trip to Cardiff next month to prepare our next camp in August. Working with Wales has been very interesting so far. Before you can even think about qualifying for World Cup 2014 you first have to identify & address all these problems on & off the pitch. [assistant coach Raymond Verheijen 17 Jun 11]

I have been released, hopefully find a new club asap [U21 international Nathan Craig Nathan Craig 15 May 11]


At airport on my way to Cardiff. Tomorrow planning play off training schedule CB. Friday Wales national team staff meeting. [assistant coach Raymond Verheijen 4 May 11]

Between August 2011 & August 2012 we've 12 months to develop a team capable of qualifying. In that period we should only talk about football. The fact that Wales has not qualified for a tournament for 53 years has to do with reasons both on & off the pitch. [assistant coach Raymond Verheijen 5 Apr 11]

Although several players spoke publicly about one of the best weeks in their career we still have to improve dramatically in a lot of areas. [assistant coach Raymond Verheijen 3 Apr 11]
 

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UNDER 19: Slovenia 3 Wales 2

Wales Under 19: photo linked from uefa.comUnder 19, UEFA Group 8.
Result: Slovenia (2) 3 Wales (1) 2.
Wales: Parry 5. Bender 84.
Slovenia: Baskera 8, 35. Praprotnik 87.

Defeat for Wales in their last UEFA Under 19 qualifier.




Wales line up:
1 .Daniel Ward (Wrexham)
4. Emyr Huws (Manchester City)
6. Jordan Holt (Hull City)
10. Robbie Parry (Wolves)
11. Ben Davies (Swansea City)
13. Tomos Jones (Oldham Athletic)
14. Jordan Cranston (Wolves)
15. Aaron Oakley (Swindon Town)
16. Declan Weeks (Wolves)
17. Gwion Edwards (Swansea City)
18. Aaron Holloway (Bristol City)

Subs:
12. Jonathan Bond (Watford)
2. Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers)
3. Tom Bender (Colchester United)
5. Max Penk (Wrexham)
7. James Loveridge (Swansea City)
8. Kurtis March (Swansea City)
9. Jake Cassidy (Wolves).

Other group result:
Belgium 3 Scotland 1.

Teams P W D L F A +/- Pts
1 Belgium Belgium 3 2 1 0 6 1 5 7
2 Slovenia Slovenia 3 2 1 0 5 3 2 7
3 Scotland Scotland 3 1 0 2 5 6 -1 3
4 Wales Wales 3 0 0 3 3 9 -6 0



Result: Scotland (1) 3 Wales (1)
1.
Goals: Cassidy 15, McIntosh 37, Smith 59, Watt 79.


Wales line up:

12. Jonathan Bond (Watford)
2. Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers)
3. Tom Bender (Colchester United) (Capt)
4. Emyr Huws (Manchester City)
5. Max Penk (Wrexham)
7. James Loveridge (Swansea City)
8. Kurtis March (Swansea City)
9. Jake Cassidy (Wolves)
10. Robbie Parry (Wolves)
11. Ben Davies (Swansea City)
18. Aaron Holloway (Bristol City)

Subs:
1 .Daniel Ward (Wrexham)
6. Jordan Holt (Hull City)
13. Tomos Jones (Oldham Athletic)
14. Jordan Cranston (Wolves)
15. Aaron Oakley (Swindon Town)
16. Declan Weeks (Wolves)
17. Gwion Edwards (Swansea City).

Other group result:
Belgium 0 Slovenia 0



Result: Belgium (2) 3 Wales (0) 0.
Hazard 7,34
Feltesse 87


A comprehensive defeat by 3-0 for the Under 19s in their opening UEFA U19 qualifier against Belgium.



Wales line up:
1 .Daniel Ward (Wrexham)
2. Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers)
3. Tom Bender (Colchester United)
5. Max Penk (Wrexham)
8. Kurtis March (Swansea City)
9. Jake Cassidy (Wolves)
11. Ben Davies (Swansea City)
13. Tomos Jones (Oldham Athletic)
14. Jordan Cranston (Wolves)
16. Declan Weeks (Wolves)
18. Aaron Holloway (Bristol City)

Subs:
12. Jonathan Bond (Watford)
4. Emyr Huws (Manchester City)
6. Jordan Holt (Hull City)
7. James Loveridge (Swansea City)
15. Aaron Oakley (Swindon Town)
17. Gwion Edwards (Swansea City)
10. Robbie Parry (Wolves).

Other group result:
Scotland 1 Slovenia 2.



Called up are Tomos Jones (Oldham), Tom Bender (loan Accrington), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield), and Swansea City trio Ben Davies, Kurtis March and James Loveridge. Called up from the standy squad is Aaron Holloway (Bristol City). Out are Tom Lawrence, Richard Peniket, Elliott Hewitt and Jonathan Williams. Also called up are Declan Weeks, Aaron Oakley and Gwion Edwards.


Wales squad:
Jonathan Bond (Watford), Daniel Ward (Wrexham), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Jordan Holt (Hull City), Jordan Cranston (Wolves), Tomos Emlyn Jones (Oldham Athletic), Max Penk (Wrexham - loan Newtown), Tom Bender (Colchester United - Loan Accrington Stanley), Ben Davies (Swansea City) , Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), Kurtis March (Swansea City), Emyr Huws (Manchester City), Robert Parry (Wolves), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Tom Lawrence (Manchester United), Richard Peniket (Fulham), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), James Loveridge (Swansea City)

Stand by players:
Christian Dibble (Bury), Aaron Oakley (Swindon Town), Aaron Holloway (Bristol City), Henry Jones (Swansea City), Gwion Edwards (Swansea City), Daniel Bell (Oldham Athletic), Bradley Reid (Wrexham), Ellis Harrison (Bristol Rovers), Jordan Smith (Swansea City).


WALES MATCHES:

Wed Sep 21: Belgium v Wales -
Match details: Mestni Stadion Ptuj, Ptuj. Kick off 12pm UK - Referee: Halis Ízkahya (Turkey).

Fri Sep 23: Scotland v Wales - Match details: Stadium Bistrica, Bistrica.Kick off 3pm UK - Referee: Halis Ízkahya (Turkey).

Mon Sep 26: Slovenia v Wales - Match details: Stadium Bistrica, Bistrica. Kick off12pm UK - Referee: Sergiy Boiko (Ukraine).

posted: Thu, 8 Sep  2011 17:45 UK.



 

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