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FAW: Roadshow, Merthyr and Neath

FAW

FAW ROADSHOW
The FAW has developed a Strategic Plan with the purpose of moving Welsh football forward over the next decade. As an Association, we are seeking the views and thoughts of our Members, those who play football and the public in general. To achieve this, the FAW will host a roadshow in each of the six Area Associations giving everyone the opportunity to see the current details of the plan and to raise any questions or queries.  This is your opportunity to attend a roadshow in your area to hear the details of the plan, provide input or comments and to raise any questions you have. The event is open to the Association’s Member clubs and leagues, the members of the Area Associations, players(senior or junior) and anyone with an interest in Welsh football.

Why?
A strategic plan cannot be written in isolation and it is essential that we consult with all stakeholders across the entire country. We also need to ensure that what we are proposing is both understandable and finalised in collaboration with our stakeholders because this will be the operating manual for our Association for the years ahead.

Who?
The roadshow will be hosted by Ian Gwyn Hughes, Head of Public Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement. Jonathan Ford, Chief Executive, will outline the current thinking and alongside Ian, will take questions from the audience in relation to the Strategic Plan. This is an opportunity for all stakeholders to learn about the Association’s plans and to raise any questions in relation to those plans or
Welsh football in general.


The South Wales Roadshow will be held on Wednesday, 13th April 2011 at:

Merthyr Town FC Clubhouse, Penydarren Park, Merthyr Tydfil,  Doors will open at 7.00pm and the main presentation will start at 7.30pm.


The West Wales Roadshow will be held on Monday, 18th April 2011 at:

Neath AFC Clubhouse, The Gnoll, Gnoll Park Road, Neath.

Doors will open at 7.00pm and the main presentation will start at 7.30pm.

info from FAW.ORG.UK

posted:
Fri, 8 April, 2011 15:30 UK.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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POSTED: 3:27pm Friday 8th April 2011

UNDER 19: Training camp, update

U19 TRAINING CAMP:
The Under 19s played a practice match against the Real Sociedad youth side in San Sebastian. The game, played behind closed doors was drawn 0-0. The Wales squad are out in the Basque Region for a spell of warm-weather training before competing in the Elite Round of the UEFA Under 19 qualifiers in Norway later this month.

updated:
Thu, 7 April, 2011 21:02 UK.



Revised Wales squad:
Daniel Ward (Wrexham), Connor Roberts (Everton), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Kyle McCarthy (Hereford United), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Michael Doughty (Queens Park Rangers), Elliot Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), Ibrahim Farah (Cardiff City), Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Josh Dawkin (Norwich City), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), Robert Ogleby (Hearts), Jake Cassidy (Wolves).

Withdrawn from the original squad are Jonathan Bond, Adam Matthews, Jonathan Williams and Tom Bradshaw.



The Under 19 squad will travel to San Sebastian in Northern Spain for a warm-weather training camp in early April.
 (3rd April 8th April).

Wales squad:
Daniel WARD Wrexham
Jonathan BOND Watford
Daniel ALFEI Swansea City
Joe WALSH Swansea City
Tom BENDER Colchester United
Kieron FREEMAN Nottingham Forest
Adam MATTHEWS Cardiff City
Lee LUCAS Swansea City
Michael DOUGHTY Queens Park Rangers
Elliot HEWITT Macclesfield Town
Ibrahim FARAH Cardiff City
Reece JONES AFC Wimbledon
Jonathan WILLIAMS Crystal Palace
Billy BODIN Swindon Town
Elliott CHAMBERLAIN Leicester City
Robert OGLEBY Heart Of Midlothian
Jake CASSIDY Wolverhampton Wanderers
Tom BRADSHAW Shrewsbury Town

Stand by Players:

Connor ROBERTS Everton
Adam HENLEY Blackburn Rovers
Alex EVANS Cardiff City
Kyle McCARTHY Hereford United
Matthew HARRIOTT Sheffield United
Max PENK Wrexham
Aaron HOLLOWAY Bristol City
Sean GEDDES Walsall
Kayelden BROWN West Bromwich Albion
Richard PENIKET Fulham
Josh DAWKIN Norwich City


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POSTED: 11:07am Thursday 7th April 2011

FANS: As Good As It Gets

Welsh Schools: photo linked from welshsfa.co.ukThe Centenary History of the Welsh Schools Football Association. Written and compiled by Ceri Stennett

"As Good As It Gets" is a 200 page soft-back book (235x135mm) that traces the history of the Welsh Schools Football Association (WSFA) from the early years of the 20th Century to the current day.

 

Football Association of Wales Press Officer and Historian, Ceri Stennett, has spent the last three years researching the association that has provided international football at Under 15 and 18 levels for more than 2,500 players. Of these, more than 100 have gone-on to represent Wales at senior international level. These include such well-known names as Fred Keenor, Cliff Jones, John Toshack, Terry Yorath, Brian Flynn, Mark Hughes, Robbie Savage, Wayne Hennessey, Joe Ledley and current Wales international captain, Aaron Ramsey.

 

The WSFA is the body that has been charged with the responsibility for discovering and nurturing young football talent in Wales through the schools system. The association runs countless competitions for schools at various age levels to compete in and then organises international matches against the other home countries, plus many more across Europe, for the age-group teams. All has this has been done by legions of teachers across the Principality who have given their time freely to advance the cause of football in Wales.

 

As well as focusing on the players and teams, Ceri also includes chapters written by many of the former Welsh Schools team managers. There are contributions from Chris Whitley, Lyn Jones, Dai Davies, Adrian Jones, Dafydd Owen, Roger Skyrme and Iolo Owen. In addition the current Under 16 and 18 managers, Osian Roberts and Martin Evans have also written chapters. Contributions have also been made by team administrators from the last forty years, including Derek Flye, Wyn Davies, Cledwyn Ashford, Keith James and David Nickless.

 

There is a full listing of all matches played with dates, results and goal-scorers, plus player appearances. All that is listed in book form for the first time ever. In addition, there are more than 250 pictures, many never before published of teams and players.

 

The publication will be of great interest to former players and administrators, as well as the many fans of Welsh football.

 

‘As Good As It Gets’ is published by Stennett Books, and will be available from April 2011 onwards, priced at £9.99. ISBN 978-09568420-0-8. Further information and orders can be placed via: Ceri Stennett


updated: Mon, April, 2011 20:34 UK.

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WOMEN: Defeat for the under 19s vs Iceland

Wales v Germany : photo linked from faw.org.ukWALES 0 ICELAND 2
Wales suffered a surprise defeat in their 2010/2011 UEFA Women’s Under 19 championship qualifier against Iceland.

- more news from FAW.org.uk


updated: Sun, 3 April, 2011 17:10 UK.





WALES 1 GERMANY 1 
The under 19 side battled to a great 1-1 draw with Germany at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli in the opening UEFA Elite Round game.

The Germans took an early lead from a corner after eights minutes, defender Luisa Wensing rising at the far post to score from a bullet-header.

It could have been the signal for an all-out onslaught by the Germans, but instead, Jarmo Matikainen's young team fought for every ball and held the German attack at bay. Few chances came to either side for the rest of the opening 45 minutes, but Wales were beginning to grow in confidence as the half wore-on. Captain Nia Jones was very impressive in keeping the shape of the Wales defence under severe pressure.

In the second half, Wales came-out on a mission and denied Germany the time and space to build from midfield. The reward game with just ten minutes to go when captain Nia Jones scored the all-important goal for the girls in red.

It was the signal for an all-out attack from Germany but Wales held their ground and took the point from a famous 1-1 draw.

In the other game, Turkey beat Iceland 3-1 in the early kick off at Parc y Scarlets.

The next games are on Saturday at 3pm when Wales play Iceland at Stebonheath Park, Llanelli and Germany meet Turkey at Richmond Park, Carmarthen. Both games are free admission. - info from FAW.ORG.UK


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POSTED: 4:29pm Sunday 3rd April 2011

UNDER 21: Andorra 0 Wales 1

Andorra v Wales: photo linked from fedandfut.comANDORRA 0 WALES 1 

Goals: Fajardo (21 OG)

An overhit back pass proved to be Andorra's undoing as Brian Flynn's side kicked off 2013 qualifying Group 3 with a victory. - Highlights on Sgorio this Saturday.

info from UEFA.com

Wales line up:

1. Rhys Taylor (Crewe Athletic (Loan), 2. Adam Matthews (Cardiff City),3. Ashley Richards (Swansea City) (Capt), 4. Lee Lucas (Swansea City), 5. Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), 6. Troy Brown (Ipswich Town), 7. Jake Taylor (Reading), 8. Joe Partington (Bournemouth), 9. Ryan Doble (Oxford United loan), 10. Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), 11. Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace).

Subs: 12. David Cornell (Port Talbot Town-  Loan), 13. Tom Bender (Colchester United), 14. Joe Walsh (Swansea City), 15. Billy Bodin (Crystal Palace), 16. Nathan Craig (Everton), 17. Robert Ogleby (Hearts), 18. Jake Cassidy (Wolves)



Nathan Craig
has been called up. Joe Allen has withdrawn from the squad with a shoulder injury.


Other information:
Friendly:
 Andorra v Wales.
Venue: Estadi Comunal, Andorra la Vella
Date: Tuesday 29th March 2011.
Kick off: 3pm UK.

updated: Tue, 29 March, 2011 17:31 UK.


Wales' first 2013 Under 21 qualifer is away to Andorra at the end of month. Brian Flynn has named his squad:

Wales squad:
Rhys Taylor (Chelsea (loan Crewe Alexandra)), David Cornell (Swansea City (loan Port Talbot Town)), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Troy Brown (Ipswich Town), Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Adam Matthews (Cardiff City), Joe Allen (Swansea City), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Joe Partington (Bournemouth), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Ryan Doble (Southampton (loan Oxford)), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), Robert Ogleby (Hearts), Jake Taylor (Reading), Jake Cassidy (Wolves).

Stand by players:
Jonathan Bond (Watford), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Adam Henley (Blackburn), David Stephens - (Hibernian), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Nathan Craig (Everton), Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town), Kayelden Brown (West Bromwich Albion) (loan Port Vale), Matthew Harriott (Sheffield United), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), Casey Thomas (Swansea City (Port Talbot Town))


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EURO 2012: Wales 0 England 2

Wales v England: photo linked from bbc.co.ukWALES 0 ENGLAND 2
Defeat for Wales against England at the Millennium Stadium. It was a comfortable victory for England has two goals in the first 14 minutes earned England the three points. It was Wales’ fourth defeat on the bounce in Euro 2012, which leaves Gary Speed’s team bottom firmly, rooted to the bottom of Group G.

Wales starting line up:
1. Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), 2. Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), 3. Danny Collins (Stoke City), 4. Andrew Crofts (Norwich City), 5. James Collins (Aston Villa), 6. Ashley Williams (Swansea City), 7. Joe Ledley (Celtic), 8. Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff City), 9. Steve Morison (Millwall), 10. Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal) (Capt), 11. Andy KIng (Leicester City).

Subs: 12. Boaz Myhill (WBA), 13.Neal Eardley (Blackpool), 14. Danny Gabbidon (West Ham United), 15. David Vaughan (Blackpool), 16. Joe Allen (Swansea City), 17. Simon Church (Reading), 18. Ched Evans (Sheffield United).

Olegario Benquerenca from Portugal is the match referee.

updated: Sun, 27 March, 2011 11:40 UK.



Due to a hamstring injury, Gareth Bale has had to withdraw.

After training last week and playing 90 minutes on Saturday for his club, Bale felt some muscle tightness. Initially, this was expected to be muscle soreness after playing his first game. On joining-up with the squad he was kept off his feet in training for two days to recover. As he still felt tight in the warm-up on Tuesday, Gareth was pulled-out of the session. He did not train at all on Wednesday and was sent for a scan, with the scan revealing that he has picked-up his injury last week.

Aaron Ramsey will captain the side. "There were two or three candidates. I thought about what is best for the team going forward. I spoke to Aaron before making the decision and told him there were certain responsibilities and duties that would go with it, and to see if he was happy with it." - Gary Speed. 

There maybe some doubts this evening Friday (25/03) about the quality of Millennium Stadium pitch. "When playing football & rugby in the same stadium the pitch will always be a concern. The groundsmen did a great job. Earlier this week the pitch was shocking." - assistant coach Raymond Verheije.



There appear to be no fresh injury worries for manager Gary Speed as the squad trained fully for the first time this morning (22/03) ahead of the clash against England.


earlier:
James Collins
has been passed fit to face England and could captain Wales on Saturday. The central defender took part in a full training session with his club today (Mon 21/03), before meeting up with the Wales squad in Cardiff. [source telegraph.co.uk]


updated: Mon, 21 March, 2011 22:16 UK.


earlier:
James Collins
has delayed joining up with the squad, the defender is still suffering from a calf injury and will remain at his club Aston Villa for treatment. He is set to  join the squad on Monday afternoon (21/03) after a fitness test.

Called up is Sam Vokes (Wolves) as a hamstring injury has forced Robert Earnshaw to withdraw. Joe Ledley is also set to join the squad on Monday after playing for his club on Sunday.


earlier:
Gary Speed has named the Wales squad for the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifier against England on Saturday 26th March. There are injury doubts over James Collins (calf) and Robert Earnshaw (hamstring). 


Wales squad:  

Wayne Hennessey

Wolves

Boaz Myhill

West Bromwich Albion

Lewis Price

Crystal Palace

Danny Collins

Stoke City

James Collins

Aston Villa

Neal Eardley

Blackpool

Danny Gabbidon

West Ham United

Chris Gunter

Nottingham Forest

Lewin Nyatanga

Bristol City

Neil Taylor

Swansea City

Ashley Williams

Swansea City

Joe Allen

Swansea City

Gareth Bale

Tottenham Hotspur

Andrew Crofts

Norwich City

Andy King

Leicester City

Joe Ledley

Celtic

Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal

David Vaughan

Blackpool

Craig Bellamy

Manchester City (Loan Cardiff City)

Simon Church

Reading

Robert Earnshaw

Nottingham Forest

Ched Evans

Sheffield United

Freddie Eastwood

Coventry City

Steve Morison

Millwall

Hal Robson-Kanu

Reading

Stand by players:
Jason Brown (Blackburn Rovers -loan Cardiff City), Darcy Blake (Cardiff City), Christian Ribeiro (Bristol City), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Brian Stock (Doncaster Rovers), David Cotterill (Swansea City -loan Portsmouth), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace). Sam Vokes (Wolves -loan Sheffield United)




Gary Speed will announce the squad for the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifier against England on Friday 18th March 2011 at around mid-day.

EARLY TEAM NEWS:
Robert Earnshaw is out, Earnshaw limped off at half-time with a hamstring problem during his club's game on Saturday (12/03). Gary Speed will be without Sam Ricketts (Achilles), David Edwards (back) and Jack Collison (knee).



earlier:
The Euro 2012 qualifer against England will be played at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, on Saturday 26th March 2011, kick-off 3pm.

"The FAW is delighted to be taking the match to the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff as it is a world-class venue. The capacity means that all of the Wales fans should be able to purchase a ticket and it also allows for the travelling England fans to have a decent quota in their part of the ground, as is agreed in the rules of the competition. The knowledge and expertise that the Millennium Stadium has for staging such high-profile events means that we can all look forward to a great afternoon of football, played and supported in the best traditions of fairplay. The fact that this is also the 100th meeting between the two countries adds spice to the occasion. The first match was back in 1879 there is an awful lot of history between us!" - FAW Chief Executive, Jonathan Ford.

Tickets news published by the FAW on Friday 10th December 2010.

posted: 
Fri 11, December , 2010 22:45 UK.


 

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other information:
Euro 2012:
 Wales v England.
Venue: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
Date: Saturday 26th March 2011.
Kick off: 3pm
.
Referee:
Olegario Benquerence.
Other: Wales in all red.
LIVE: Live on Sky Sports 1.

 

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POSTED: 12:49pm Saturday 26th March 2011

FAW: Wales v England family zone

FAW

FAMILY ZONE
Wales Fans are invited to bring the kids along to the Cardiff Arms Cafe Bar this Saturday as the Millennium Stadium’s sports cafe launches its family zone ahead of the Wales’ Euro 2012 qualifying clash with England.

The Cardiff Arms cafe bar, set in front of the Millennium Stadium on Westgate Street, is the closest place to the action, and will be serving a wide selection of food and drink from 10am until kick off - including the special offer of a large 12” pizza and a large bowl of chips for £12.50 for all the family!

The free-to-enter venue, originally known as Jackson's racket club in the 1800s, has become a focal point for thousands of visitors at the home of Welsh sport with its ever changing array of Stadium memorabilia to celebrate over a decade of rock concerts, motorsports, football, rugby and boxing and much more at the iconic venue.

This weekend the Cardiff Arms Cafe Bar will be opening at 10am for fans heading in to the city centre early and will remain open to show all the coverage from the Millennium Stadium clash for supporters without a ticket. The official Welsh Rugby Union store, also on site, will be open from 9.30am.

For further information on the Cardiff Arms Store and Cafe Bar, please visit the official website www.millenniumstadium.com

info from FAW.org.uk

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POSTED: 8:54pm Friday 25th March 2011

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Morison upbeat -28 Mar 11 08:24
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Vaughan set for Spain -27 Mar 11 21:14
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Verheijen shrugs off Twitter row -27 Mar 11 16:00
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King set to sign new deal -24 Mar 11 13:52
Ramsey: I'll lead by example -25 Mar 15:25
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Redknapp: Bale’s injury is down to Wales -25 Mar 11 08:12
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Gould urges Speed get Giggs back -24 Mar 11 18:22
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Everton refusing to give up on King -24 Mar 11 17:42
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Davies chase hots up -24 Mar 11 15:42
- Verheijen's outburst over Bale -24 Mar 11 13:52
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Bale blow for Wales -24 Mar 08:54
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Ramsey desperate -21 Mar 11 10:00
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Vokes Norwich loan -23 Mar 11 21:58
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Vokes exit Blades -23 Mar 11 18:26

- Ledley keen for Ramsey return -23 Mar 11 18:26
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Williams ready -23 Mar 11 18:26
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Church dreams -23 Mar 11 18:26 
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Speed turns to Miss Wales -23 Mar 11 08:44
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Stock focus on survival -22 Mar 11 18:50
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Collins focused on upset -22 Mar 11 18:50
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Ramsey looking to the future -22 Mar 11 17:55
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Bale time to shine -22 Mar 11 17:55
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Morison eyes scalp -22 Mar 11 17:55
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Bellamy: There are weaknesses -22 Mar 11 13:11

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POSTED: 5:38pm Thursday 24th March 2011

PHOTOS: Wales training v England

 

 

Wales training for England game: photo linked Photographer: David Rawcliffe110326 Wales v England -22 Mar 11 20:52

Training photos ahead of the England Game - photos : David Rawcliffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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POSTED: 8:48pm Tuesday 22nd March 2011

FANS: DS Web chat

WEB CHAT

New to dragonsoccer.co.uk is the DS web chat, this feature is a replacement for the message board.

The Web chat will allow supporters to interact with each other LIVE when the "chat screen" opens.

for more please goto: http://www.dragonsoccer.co.uk/chat/dspfc-1.3/

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