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PLAYERS: Appearance weekend 18 Mar 11

Player

Club

Last game

Date

updated 18 Mar 11

Wayne Hennessey (Gk)

Wolves

v Aston Villa

18 Mar 11

played 90m-c

Boaz Myhill (Gk)

WBA

v Arsenal

18 Mar 11

sub

Lewis Price (Gk)

Crystal Palace

v Derby

18 Mar 11

sub

 

 

 

 

 

James Collins

Aston Villa

v Wolves

18 Mar 11

-inj

Danny Gabbidon

West Ham Utd

v Tottenham

18 Mar 11

sub

Chris Gunter

Nottm Forest

v Swansea

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Neal Eardley

Blackpool

v Blackburn

18 Mar 11

sub

Lewin Nyatanga

Bristol City

v Burnley

18 Mar 11

played 90m-

Sam Ricketts

Bolton

v Man Utd

18 Mar 11

-inj

Gareth Bale

Tottenham

v West Ham

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Ashley Williams

Swansea

v Nottm Forest

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Neil Taylor

Swansea

v Nottm Forest

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Danny Collins

Stoke City

v Newcastle

18 Mar 11

sub

Darcy Blake

Cardiff

v Millwall

18 Mar 11

sub on 72m

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Bellamy

^Cardiff City

v Millwall

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Robert Earnshaw

Nottm Forest

v Swansea

18 Mar 11

-inj

Joe Ledley

Celtic

  v Rangers

19 Mar 11

-

Brian Stock

Doncaster

  v QPR

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Jack Collison

West Ham Utd

v Tottenham

18 Mar 11

-inj

Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal

v WBA

18 Mar 11

played 57m-t

David Edwards

Wolves

v Aston Villa

18 Mar 11

-inj

Andy King

Leicester City

v Portsmouth

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Andrew Crofts

Norwich City

v Hull

18 Mar 11

played 90m

David Vaughan

Blackpool

v Blackburn

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Joe Allen

Swansea

v Nottm Forest

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Andy Dorman

Crystal Palace

v Derby

18 Mar 11

-

Ched Evans

Sheff Utd

v Leeds

18 Mar 11

played 83m-t

Sam Vokes

^Sheff Utd

v Leeds

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Simon Church

Reading

v Barnsley

18 Mar 11

played 66m-t

Steve Morison

Millwall

v Cardiff

18 Mar 11

played 90m-1g

Hal Robson-Kanu

Reading

v Barnsley

18 Mar 11

-

Freddy Eastwood

Coventry

v Preston

18 Mar 11

played 90m

David Cotterill

^Portsmouth

v Leicester City

18 Mar 11

played 64m-t

Jermaine Easter

Crystal Palace

v Derby

18 Mar 11

sub on 54m

 

 

 

 

 

Young Guns

 

 

 

 

David Cornell (Gk)

^Port Talbot

v -

18 Mar 11

-

Rhys Taylor (Gk)

^Crewe

v Oxford Utd

18 Mar 11

played 90m-

James Wilson

Bristol City

v Burnley

18 Mar 11

-

Christian Ribeiro

Bristol City

v Burnley

18 Mar 11

sub

Ashley Richards

Swansea

v Nottm Forest

18 Mar 11

-

Adam Matthews

Cardiff

v Millwall

18 Mar 11

-

David Stephens

Hibernian 

v -

18 Mar 11

-

Troy Brown

Ipswich Town

v Scunthorpe

18 Mar 11

-

Jake Taylor

Reading

v Barnlsey

18 Mar 11

sub

 

 

 

 

 

other players

 

 

 

 

Jason Brown (Gk)

^Cardiff

v Millwall

18 Mar 11

sub

Kyle Letheren

Kilmarnock

v Motherwell

18 Mar 11

sub

Craig Morgan

Preston

v Coventry

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Ben Turner

Coventry City

v Preston

18 Mar 11

-

Gareth Roberts

Derby County

v Crystal Palace

18 Mar 11

played 90m

Rob Edwards

^Norwich City

v Hull

18 Mar 11

sub

John Oster

Doncaster

v QPR

18 Mar 11

played 67m-t

Paul Parry

Preston

v Coventry City

18 Mar 11

sub

Ben Davies

Derby County

v Crystal Palace

18 Mar 11

sub

David Jones

Wolves

v Aston Villa

18 Mar 11

sub

updated: Sat, 19 March, 2010 17:30 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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POSTED: 9:58am Saturday 19th March 2011

FAW: Wales mascot

FAW

FAW MASCOT
The Football Association of Wales has announced that they have signed a new member of the Wales National team to face England on Saturday, 26th March.

The Dragon Mascot will be launched at the England match and one lucky winner will have the chance to name the Dragon.

The name will be selected by an internal panel and the winner will not only get a signed shirt from the team but also walk out with the Dragon at the Montenegro match on Friday, 2nd September.

The closing date for the competition is Thursday, 24th March... so be quick and get your entry in.

Please send an email to info@faw.co.uk detailing your suggested name for the Dragon along with your name, address, age and a contact telephone number.

The winner will be notified on Friday, 25th March by telephone and email.

info from FAW.org.uk

posted: Fri, 18 March, 2011 18:21 UK.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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POSTED: 6:19pm Friday 18th March 2011

FAW: Monthly briefing - March 2011

FAW

FAW PRESS CONFERENCE
As part of their monthly briefing the Football Association of Wales will hold a press conference on Wednesday ,March 16th at one o clock in the Dyffryn Suite at the Vale Resort in Hensol. Mini football will be amongst the topics discussed with Craig Bellamy, Neil Ward and Osian Roberts of the Welsh Football Trust in attendance.


Mi fydd Cymdeithas Bel Droed Cymru yn cynnal eu cynhadledd misol gyda’r wasg a’r cyfryngau yn ystafell y Dyffryn yng ngwesty ‘r Fro yn Hensol am un o’r gloch Dydd Mercher. Y pwnc dan sylw fydd pel droed llai.Yn bresennol bydd Craig Bellamy, Neil Ward ac Osian Roberts o’r Ymddiriedolaeth.

posted: Tue, 15 March, 2011 08:10 UK.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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POSTED: 8:08am Tuesday 15th March 2011

EURO 2012 NEWS: Rio to miss battle, other news

updated:  Mon, 14 March, 2011 14:02 UK.

 

Rio Ferdinand: photo linked from premiershipnews.org 

 

Rio to miss Wales date -13 Mar 11 19:40
John Terry could be handed the captain's armband for England's Euro 2012 qualifier in Wales as Rio Ferdinand is set to miss the game.

 

 

 

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POSTED: 1:40pm Monday 14th March 2011

FAW: Kick back scheme

FAW

CLUBS KICK BACK
Many football clubs around Wales are benefiting from the Football Association of Wales 'Kick Back' scheme, where they are able to receive commission from tickets sold.

Some 600 clubs around Wales have been involved and this week, Wales manager, Gary Speed presented a cheque to Karen Stevens and members of the Canton Cross Vaults Football team in Cardiff for their commission.

The monies raised (more than £250) will help to pay for ground fees for the rest of the season. Other clubs are using the funds for equipment and maintenance work at their clubhouses or grounds.

Karen said: "This really has been a great initiative as we have been able to buy tickets and help support our own club at the same time."

info from FAW.ORG.UK

posted:
Fri, 11 March, 2011 08:30 UK.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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POSTED: 8:28am Friday 11th March 2011

WOMEN: Algarve Cup 2011

Wales v Northern Ireland: photo linked from Propaganda-Photo.comWALES AT THE ALGARVE CUP
RESULT: China 2 Wales 1.


RESULT: Chile 1 Wales 2.

In other Group C game Portugal and Romania drew 0-0, Wales top the group and play China, on Wednesday.

RESULT: Romania 1 Wales 2.
RESULT: Portugal 3 Wales 1.

A 3-1 defeat 3-1 for the women against Portugal in their first match of the Algarve Cup.




The Wales squad has been named for the Algarve Cup Tournament in Portugal.

SQUAD:
Rhian Nokes (Cardiff City), Gemma Border (Swansea City), Sally Wade (Barnet),Emma Jones (Bristol Academy), Nia Jones (Cardiff City), Kerrie Manley (Nottingham Forest), Jasmin Dutton (Tranmere Rovers), Sophie Ingle (Cardiff City), Kylie Davies (Chelsea), Katie Daley (Bristol Academy), Josie Green (Watford), Michelle Green (Bristol Academy), Loren Dykes (Bristol Academy), Sarah Adams (Swansea City), Laura-May Walkley (Swansea City), Gwennan Harries (Everton), Jessica Fishlock (Bristol Academy), Helen Lander (Chelsea), Emma Plewa (Chelsea), Cheryl Foster (Liverpool).

Fixtures: Portugal (2nd March), Romania (4th March), Chile (7th March), plus a final positional game on 9th March 2011.

updated: Fri, 25 February, 2011 17:16 UK.



 

 

 Wales lose to China -faw.org.uk

 Defeated by Portugal -faw.org.uk

 

 

 

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POSTED: 5:08pm Wednesday 9th March 2011

FAW: Wales v England ticketing statement

Wales v England tickets : photo linked from footballshirtculture.com

Wales v England.

The Football Association of Wales would like to take the opportunity to clarify several misconceptions that have appeared in the media in regard to ticket sales for the Wales v England European Championship match at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff on 26th March 2011.

The original deadline for ticket applications for the match was 31st January 2011. All applications received by this date were processed and more than 600 football clubs in Wales took part in the sales through the ‘Kick-Back’ scheme, that has raised some £80,000 for the clubs, many at grass-roots level.

The deadline was then extended to 18th February 2011 on the understanding that this was a ‘first come, first served’ basis and subject to availability. The demand was such that the tickets did, in fact, sell-out by early February 2011. All orders received after this time were placed on a ‘stand-by’ list in the event that any further tickets could be released.

In the vast majority of cases, no money was taken from any of the individuals or clubs who were on ‘stand-by’, and certainly no tickets were issued to anyone that have subsequently been asked to be returned.

Some 7,000 fans have applied to the FAW for tickets for the match after the sell-out figure was reached. In many cases, individuals and clubs missed the second deadline all together, but still sent-in applications. As with any event, once the seating capacity has been reached then no further sales can be made, regardless of the public demand.

There was an administrative error made in one specific area of the ground that resulted in a number of applications having to be refused after having originally been told that the tickets had been secured. For this error, the FAW has already apologised and letters have been sent to all those affected. This numbers some 1,500 seats, split between Welsh and English fans.

The wildly inaccurate information that is currently circulating via the Internet in particular paints a very distorted picture. The ticketing process that the FAW has adhered to is with the full backing of the South Wales Police, Millennium Stadium and our own auditors.

We recognise people’s disappointment at not being able to attend the game and would urge them to join the FAW member’s scheme that will guarantee them a ticket for matches in the future.

posted:  Tue, 8 March, 2011 17:25 UK.

 


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FANS: Wales shirts for sale on Ebay

Wales football shirt: photo linked from ebay

EBAY ITEMS

Several children’s Wales shirts for sale on Ebay.

posted: Tue, 1 March 2011 21:10 UK.


 Shirt 1 - Red -ebay

 Shirt 2 Red -ebay 

 Shirt 3 Red -ebay 

 John Charles shirt -ebay

 

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POSTED: 9:00pm Tuesday 1st March 2011

FAW: Keenor Collection

FAW

FAW GIVE GO-AHEAD TO KEENOR COLLECTION AT WALES-ENGLAND CLASH

BUCKET COLLECTION RAISES MORE THAN £1,700 FOR KEENOR STATUE APPEAL 

The appeal committee is delighted to announce that we raised £1,710.89 (subject to checking at the bank) from the bucket collection outside the Millennium Stadium before Wales v England.

 

This was great considering many of the fans were not Cardiff City supporters or even regular Wales fans. We were allocated three of the stadium’s Gates 5,6 and 7 to collect from.

 

Thanks to the volunteers who made the event such a success, to those that generously chipped in cash and to the Football Association of Wales for allowing us to hold the bucket collection.

 

You can still help the appeal by buying one of the 8in figurines of Fred Keenor or the pin badges. You can get further details on purchasing these items by contacting fundraising@ccfctrust.org.

 

The efforts of everyone mean the kitty stands at over £46,000, well over half-way.



We’re delighted to announce on St David’s Day that the Football Association of Wales has given the go-ahead for a bucket collection in aid of the Fred Keenor Statue Appeal at the sell-out Wales-England clash.

David Craig, project manager of the appeal, said: “Playing England is always the biggest game for Welsh football fans, so we’re thrilled the FAW has generously given us permission to hold a bucket collection before the Euro qualifier later this month. With a sell-out audience, we are very hopeful of raising a substantial sum for the appeal thanks to the support of fans at the game. Football supporters have been enormously generous already and the message we’re getting from them is that we want to see a statue erected in aid of Fred Keenor, who captained both Wales and Cardiff City to great success, and reached the top of the game despite being badly injured in the Battle of the Somme. We’re hoping that supporters, wherever they come from, will get behind the appeal by digging deep into their pockets while also cheering Wales on to a famous victory over the old enemy. That would be fantastic,” said David.

The appeal, which was launched 11 months ago, has raised more than £41,000 almost half-way to the £85,000 cost of the permanent tribute to Fred Keenor.

The international takes place at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, March 26th, kick off 3pm.

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POSTED: 12:00am Tuesday 1st March 2011

TICKETS: Wales v England

Wales v England tickets : photo linked from footballshirtculture.com

Wales Supporters: Wales v England.

All remaining tickets to Wales supporters will be sent out this week, with the last batch being sent out on Friday (18/03) at the latest.



No more tickets on sale, the FAW have pretty much reached capacity of 66k.

The FAW is no longer accepting ticket applications for this match. Due to overwhelming demand we are now in a position to suspend ticket sales for the time being.  

Any application forms received from Monday 14th February onwards will be kept on standby, and will only be processed when we are sure we have tickets to satisfy them. Applications on standby will be processed in the order they were received, should any more tickets become available. 
Tickets are only guaranteed when payment has been processed. 

The Wales Supporters Club will remain open to new members for the duration of the campaign, however any new members will not be sent Wales v England ticketing information.  

Hospitality for this match is still available - anyone interested should contact Suzanne Twamley on stwamley@faw.co.uk for further information. - [Thu 17/02/2011]

Wales v England ticket update:

Current sales 40,000. [Fri 04/02/2011]

TICKETING OPTIONS

If you are looking to buy one ticket for the match please complete FORM A below. This will entitle you to become a Red Member which is free of charge and open to Wales Supporters Only.

If you are want to purchase more than one ticket, up to a maximum of five, please complete FORM B below. This will entitle you to become a Gold or Silver member. Gold and Silver membership is open to Wales Supporters only. You will have to provide the name,address and date of birth of everyone you are buying a ticket for. Your guests must also be Wales supporters.

Wales v England - FORM B (PDF)
Publication date - 3 Feb 2011
Membership and ticket application

Wales v England - FORM A (PDF)
Publication date - 3 Feb 2011
Ticket and red membership application


updated:  Thu, 3 February, 2011 20:02 UK.


The Wales Supporters Club is still open and fans are welcome to sign up. Membership forms can be downloaded from the FAW website at
www.faw.org.uk/ticket-information/membership.
Red Membership is free of charge and despite previously not been given any priority on tickets, these members are eligible to purchase one ticket each for this match.

Gold and Silver members of the Wales Supporters Club will be given the opportunity to purchase up to five tickets, although they must provide details of every person they are buying a ticket for. Members will be responsible for everyone in their party and the FAW will terminate the membership of anyone who passes tickets on to away fans.

The FAW has taken the decision to sell tickets for the above match to members only, in order to maximise the level of Welsh support in the Millennium Stadium and limit the number of home-end tickets being passed on to away fans.

Due to the increased security of the match, the FAW is not allowed to hold a general public sale, as we would normally do with other home matches. It is imperative we minimise the risk of having away fans in the home end and for this reason we have agreed to only sell tickets to Wales Supporters Club members, Welsh football clubs and Welsh schools / associations.

As well as Wales Supporters Club members, we are making tickets available to every football club and school in Wales. The FAW has also introduced a Kickback scheme for this match, whereby clubs and schools will be financially rewarded for the purchase of tickets and will receive 25% cash back off the total cost of tickets purchased.

Thus, the purchase of 100 adult tickets at £25.00 per ticket has a face value of £2,500.00. With the Kickback scheme this order would equate to £625.00 cash back. Junior and senior citizen prices are reduced further but will operate under the same cash back principle.

This decision has been made to provide a mechanism for Welsh clubs and schools to reward their supporters and pupils and to provide a potential source of income.
There will be no limit on the number of tickets a club or school can order, provided all tickets are supplied to Welsh fans only.

The FAW will send application forms to all Wales Supporters Club members in the next week. Forms will be sent to football clubs from both the FAW and via Area Associations over the next couple of weeks. Any Welsh schools, associations or club groups who would like to apply for tickets should email tickets@faw.co.uk stating the contact name, school or club
name and postal address. Application forms will be sent out within a week.

The closing date for all applications is Monday 31st January 2011. Tickets are subject to availability and applications will be processed on a first come first served basis.

Ticket Prices for Wales Supporters

Category 1 (length of pitch)
Adult £25.00
Senior Citizen £15.00
Junior (age 16 and under) £15.00

Category 2 (behind South Stand goal and corners)
Adult £15.00
Senior Citizen £5.00
Junior (age 16 and under) £5.00

posted:  Fri, 10 December, 2010 22:40 UK.

other information:
Euro 2012:
 Wales v England.
Venue: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
Date: Saturday 26th March 2010.
Kick off: 3pm.
Referee:
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Other: -.

LIVE: Sky Sports.

 


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