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Wales v Serbia

Wales 0  Serbia 3.












Wales v Serbia - Cardiff City Stadium. Kick off 19:45, Tuesday 10th September.

TICKETS:

NEWS:

Players already on yellow cards for the game are Chris Gunter, Gareth Bale, Sam Vokes, David Vaughan, Andrew Crofts and Craig Bellamy. Captain Ashley Williams is suspended.
Zoran Tosic, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Nemanja Matic are suspended for Serbia.

Match referee Szymon Marciniak (Poland).

Schedule:
Sunday 8th Sept
16:30 Wales Training Session The Vale Resort, Hensol.

Monday 9th Sept
14:00 Wales Press Conference (Manager and captain) St David's Hotel, Cardiff.


Sam Ricketts and Jonathan Williams are injury doubts.


"Sam Ricketts is limping heavily and Jonny got a boot on his foot and he's on crutches, so that's not great" - Chris Coleman.


Chris Coleman has named a 23-man squad for the World Cup qualifying matches against Serbia.



David Vaughan (Sunderland) and Ashley Richards (Swansea City)
are called up to replace the injured pair of Joe Allen and Neil Taylor.

Neal Eardley has withdrawn due to injury, Newcastle United's Paul Dummett is called up. Declan John (Cardiff City) called up as replacement for Ashley Richards.

ORIGINAL WALES SQUAD:
Goalkeepers
:
Wayne Hennessey, Boaz Myhill, Owain Fon-Williams.

Defenders:
Ben Davies, Neal Eardley, Danny Gabbidon, Chris Gunter, Adam Matthews, Sam Ricketts, Neil Taylor, Ashley Williams.

Midfielders:
Joe Allen, Jack Collison, Andrew Crofts, Andy King, Joe Ledley, Aaron Ramsey, Jonathan Williams.

Forwards:
Gareth Bale, Craig Bellamy, Simon Church, Hal Robson-Kanu, Sam Vokes.

Wales Squad: PDF format


Comments (3)
Posted: Saturday 7th September 2013
by lonwelsh @ September 10, 2013, 12:42 pm
The day of the match and no news. Again. Surely the FAW must be saying something. Have they got a press officer? Does he/she do anything? Wouldn't it be worth their while to generate a bit of interest in the game? I can't imagine ticket sales are shooting through the roof so maybe talk up how Ramsey or Bellamy are looking - or even leak a little hint about Senor Bale. Or just sit around and do nothing. Ah, it's the FAW. I think I know what they'll do.

by Rob @ September 10, 2013, 11:12 pm
The Welsh FA obviously enjoying the corporate hopsitality too much to worry about something so trivial as the fans.With so many in their 70s obviously I-pads & laptops not an option.Surprised really Ian Gwyn Hughes has not had more of an impact on PR given he's an intelligent person and a big fan.

by Rob @ September 10, 2013, 11:13 pm
Will not do anything about changing manager either as it would be too much work.

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