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    UNDER 21: Wales 1 Hungary 2
    Wednesday 10th August 2011

    Wales v Hungary Under 21: Photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaWALES 1 HUNGARY 2
    Midfielder Benjamin Balazs gave Hungary an early lead, Lee Lucas levelled just before the half-time interval. Zsolt Haraszti scored the winner very late on to earn Hungary the win.

    Wales starting line up:
    1.Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), 2.Daniel Alfei (Swansea City) Capt, 3.Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), 4.Lee Lucas (Swansea City),  5.David Stephens (Hibs), 6.Troy Brown (Rotherham United), 7.Jake Taylor (Reading), 8.Jake Howells (Luton Town), 9.Richard Peniket (Fulham), 10.Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), 11.Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace).

    Subs: 12.Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), 13.Tom Bender (Colchester United), 14.Joe Walsh (Swansea City), 15.Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), 16.Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), 17.Casey Thomas (Swansea City) 18.Robert Ogleby (Hearts - loan East Fife).



    Richard Peniket (Fulham), has been called up. Despite not being in the initial squad or on stand-by. The Fulham forward has been injured with a twisted ankle but played for his club in an u18s friendly at Bristol yesterday and scored in a 2-2 draw, also called up are Casey Thomas, David Stephens, Kieron Freeman, Elliot Hewitt and Reece Jones.

    Out are Paul Dummett, Ashley Richards, Joe Partington, Ryan Doble, Elliot Chamberlain and Tom Bradshaw.

    U21 friendly against Hungary is perfect preparation says Brian Flynn -

    Revised Wales squad:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Troy Brown (Rotherham United), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Jake Howells (Luton Town), Jake Taylor (Reading), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Robert Ogleby (Hearts-loan East Fife), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), 
    David Stephens (Hibernian), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Casey Thomas (Swansea City), Richard Peniket (Fulham).

    Jake Howells looks set to start. .

    updated: Tue, 9 Aug, 2011 15:20 UK.


    Brian Flynn has named the Under 21 squad for the friendly international against Hungary. Match to be played at the Conygar Bridge Meadow Stadium, Haverfordwest, on Wednesday 10th August 2011 , kick off 6pm.

    The match is in preparation for the upcoming UEFA Under 21 matches againsat Montenegro (Away and at Home) and the Czech Republic (Home).

    Wales squad:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), Chris Maxwell (Wrexham),
    Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Troy Brown (Rotherham United), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Joe Partington (Bournemouth), Jake Howells (Luton Town), Jake Taylor (Reading), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Robert Ogleby (Hearts-loan East Fife), Ryan Doble (Southampton), Tom Bradshaw Shrewsbury Town), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City).

    Stand by players:
    Jonathan Bond (Watford), David Cornell (Swansea City), David Stephens (Hibernian), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), Arron Holloway (Bristol City), Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), Casey Thomas (Swansea City), Josh Dawkin (Norwich City).

    posted: Sat, 30 Jul, 2011 12:48 UK.

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    FRIENDLY: Wales 1 Australia 2
    Wednesday 10th August 2011

    Wales v Australia: Photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaWALES 1 AUSTRALIA 2
    Defeat for Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium against the Socceroos.

    Gary Speed’s Wales side suffered their fourth defeat in five games ahead of the Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro in September.

    Wales v Australia: Photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaAustralia ranked 22nd in the current FIFA World rankings proved too strong for the home side, as two goals either side of half time gave the visitors a comfortably 2-0 lead, despite a late Darcy Blake goal, the Socceroos held on for the victory.

    Full Time: Wales 1 Australia 2.
    Att: 6,378.




    The FAW confirms that the match does go ahead the FAW has been in regular contact with the South Wales Police and there are no issues at this time.

    The squad have reported to the team Hotel ahead of the game (Sunday). Owain Tudor Jones (Inverness) added to squad. Out are Sam Vokes (Wolves - ankle injury), Andrew Crofts (Norwich City - ankle injury) and James Collins (Aston Villa - back injury). Ched Evans will not play he has an ankle problem.

    Ticket news: Just over 5k (Monday 8th), allocation for Away supporters is just under 2k.

    Gareth Bale is set to make his first appearance for Wales in 10 months against Australia . .
    Socceroos Brett Emerton and Luke Wilkshire are expecting a tough test from Wales. .
    Brett Holman has been ruled out. .
    Ticket news update. .
    Andrew Crofts is doubtful for friendly. .

    Gary Speed makes impact at Eisteddfod. .

    Original Wales squad:
    Gary Speed has named a 25 man squad for the Vauxhall friendly international against the Qantas Socceroos.


    Goalkeepers:
    Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (loan Birmingham City).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff City), Danny Collins (Stoke City), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (QPR), 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), Andy King (Leicester City), Joe Ledley (Celtic), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), David Vaughan (Sunderland).

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (Manchester City), Robert Earnshaw (Cardiff City), Ched Evans (Sheffield United), Steve Morison (Norwich City), Sam Vokes (Wolves).


    Stand by players: Lewis Price (Crystal Palace), Craig Morgan (Preston North End), Lewin Nyatanga (Bristol City), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Rhoys Wiggins (Charlton Athletic), David Cotterill (Swansea City),Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Owain Tudur Jones (Inverness), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace).

    Speed on Bellamy: "I would imagine Craig will be champing at the bit. He has been training but he hasn't had many games so hopefully that will be the case. We will see how he goes. If he is able to get through the 90 minutes, which I am sure he would like, then great. If he can't, we will make a change" -source menmedia.

    updated: Tue, 9 Aug, 2011 17:56 UK.


    The Football Association of Wales has confirmed that Wales will play a friendly international against Australia on Wednesday, August 10th. According to reports on the web there are call ups for Danny Gabbidon and David Vaughan. Match to be played at the Cardiff City Stadium, kick off 7:45pm.

    Australia squad:

    Qantas Socceroos Head Coach Holger Osieck has selected a squad of 18-players: PLAYERCLUBCAPS AND GOALS Tim CAHILL Everton, ENGLAND 52 (23) Luke DeVERE Gyeongnam, KOREA REPUBLIC Brett EMERTON Blackburn Rovers, ENGLAND 86 (17) Adam FEDERICI (gk) Reading, ENGLAND 4 (0) Brett HOLMAN AZ Alkmaar, HOLLAND 48 (6) Mile JEDINAK Crystal Palace, ENGLAND 26 (2) Neil KILKENNY Bristol City, ENGLAND 9 (0) Robbie KRUSE Fortuna Dusseldorf, GERMANY 7 (1) Scott MCDONALD Middlesbrough, ENGLAND 24 (0) Matt MCKAY Brisbane Roar, AUSTRALIA 16 (0) Lucas NEILL Uncontracted 72 (0) Mark SCHWARZER (gk) Fulham, ENGLAND 89 (0) Matthew SPIRANOVIC Urawa Red Diamonds, JAPAN 6 (0) James TROISI Kayserispor Kulubu, TURKEY 5 (1) Carl VALERI U.S. Sassuolo Calcio, ITALY 38 (1) Luke WILKSHIRE FK Dinamo Moscow, RUSSIA 59 (4) Rhys WILLIAMS Middlesbrough, ENGLAND 5 (0) Michael ZULLO FC Utrecht, NETHERLANDS 4 (0)


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    FAW: New Wales kit
    Wednesday 10th August 2011

    FAWNEW KIT
    The new Wales kit is set to be unveiled ahead of the friendly international against Australia on Wednesday.

    The new kit will feature the new FAW crest. Get your hands on it from early September at your local JJB Sports store.


    updated: Wed, 10 Aug, 2011 17:40 UK.
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    TICKETS: Wales v Australia
    Monday 8th August 2011

    FAWVauxhall Friendly International Match

    WALES v AUSTRALIA
    Wednesday 10th August 2011
    Cardiff City Stadium
    Kick off 7.45pm.

    UPDATE:

    Tickets for the match are available from the Cardiff City Stadium Ticket Office on 0845 345 1400 from 9am until 6pm on Monday and Tuesday.

    Tickets can also be purchased from 9am until half-time on matchday. On the evening of the match there will be cash ticket booths located around the stadium and the Ticket Office will also be open for card sales.

    Ticket prices as follows: Adults - £15.00, Juniors - £5.00, Senior citizens - £5.00.

    Ticket Sales - Just over 5k (Wales and Australia) - (Monday 8 Aug 11).


    earlier:
    Priority ticket application forms will be posted to members of the Wales Supporters Club and Welsh football club secretaries during the next week.

    Members and clubs have priority until 22nd July, after which tickets reserved by FAW will be released back to Cardiff City Stadium for general public sale. The Wales Supporters Club is still open to new members, membership lasts until the end of this qualifying campaign and costs £25 for Gold members, £15 for Silver members and £5 for Junior members.

    General public sale starts on Monday 11th July from Cardiff City Stadium on 0845 345 1400.

    Tickets will also be on sale online at www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk
    Ticket prices start from £5 for Senior Citizens and Juniors.

    Australia Supporters tickets are available from Cardiff City Stadium from 11th July. Please ask for the away end. Tickets cost £15 for adults and £5 for senior citizens / juniors.


    posted:
    Tue, 28 Jun, 2011 22:15 UK.


     

     

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    Archive: 1 Aug -
    Saturday 6th August 2011

    NEWS ARCHIVE

    Andy King could make surprise return for Leicester City. -

    I feel a part of things at Blues - Boaz Myhill. -


    Midfielder Andy King has resumed training after his an Achilles problem. -

    Freddy Eastwood rejoins Southend on loan from Coventry. -

    Bristol City have recalled defender Christian Ribeiro from his loan spell at Scunthorpe. -

    Midfielder Andy King has resumed training after his an Achilles problem. -

    Bidding process for UEFA EURO 2020 decided. -

    Craig Bellamy in Team GB frame for London Olympics. -

    Adam Matthews dreaming of cup final appearance. -

    Penalty hero Jason Brown reckons Aberdeen have upped the bar in recent weeks . -

    Joe Ledley reckons treble is just reward for rejecting England. -

    Wayne Hennessey hoping for an Oscar success.
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    Gareth Bale suffering from illness. -

    Gareth Bale needs protecting. -

    Steve Morison knows what he means. -

    Gareth Bale faces up to three weeks out after suffering Grade 1 hamstring tear. -

    Forest tell Norwich to pay up for
    Chris Gunter. -

    Lewin Nyatanga is all set to play through the pain. -

    Aaron Ramsey urges Craig Bellamy to consider future. -

    Craig Bellamy will take the hand of one of Gary Speed’s sons, Ed, on Wednesday. -

    Ben Turner on Wales manager Chris Coleman's radar. -

    Chris Gunter wants fitting tribute. -

    Verheijen exit will not affect us, insists Joe Allen. -

    Jack Collison aims to make Gary Speed proud. -

    Sam Vokes unsure of Wolves future. -

    Chris Gunter confident of survival. -

    Steve Morison - The New Scapegoat? -

    Jason Brown today revealed he is willing to sign a new deal with Aberdeen FC now. -

    Adam Matthews has faith. -

    Wales hopeful that
    Craig Bellamy extends international career. -

    Joe Allen hopes to return at weekend. -

    Ched Evans has set himself a new target of 30 goals this season. -


    Ched Evans wants to remain a Sheffield United player when his contract expires this summer. -

    Neil Taylor interview. -

    FAW to investigate eligibility of Celtic striker
    Gary Hooper. -

    Barnsley set to sign winger David Cotterill. -

    Jason Brown says he is back in love with football after Pittodrie switch. -

    Inaugural UKFA
    Gary Speed symposium called off to raise funds. -

    Cardiff City's
    Ben Turner cool on possible call-up. -

    Shaun Macdonald hoping to be part of Welsh plans. -

    Craig Bellamy is agonising about whether to retire from international football. -

    David Vaughan out with an ankle injury. -

    Brighton are poised to seal the signing of centre forward
    Sam Vokes from Wolves. -

    Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has played down concerns over the fitness of star midfielder
    Gareth Bale. -

    Dave Edwards aims to hit the goal trail. -

    Danny Collins could yet have a future at Stoke City Football Club. -

    Gary Speed inquest to be held on Monday. -

    Greek club Larissa sue FAW over Chris Coleman. -

    Sam Ricketts appears to have an extra spring in his step these days. -

    Sam Ricketts: 'Verheijen is one of the best coaches in the world'. -

    Mr Versatile
    Hal Robson-Kanu is happy to play anywhere in attack for Reading. -


    Chris Coleman tells Craig Bellamy: Wales needs you. -

    The first casualty of Chris Coleman's reign as manager is expected to be national-team assistant coach
    Raymond Verheijen. -

    Leicester are waiting to discover the extent of
    Andy King's Achilles injury. -

    Jack Collison named in a provisional squad ahead for Team GB. -

    Sam Vokes happy with his spell at Burnley. -
    Craig Bellamy ready to quit Wales after row over new boss. -

    Sam Ricketts would love Ryan Giggs to be installed as Gary Speed’s successor as Wales manager. -


    Chris Coleman set for talks with Welsh FA. -

    Adam Matthews, I don't think about transfer rumours. -

    Chris Coleman set to succeed Speed as Wales boss with backroom team to remain. -

    The inaugural UK Football Academy symposium, has been renamed the Gary Speed Football Congress. -

    John Hartson interest in job. -

    Juventus would love to take Gareth Bale at the end of the season. -

    David Cotterill leaves Swansea with contract cancelled. -

    Sam Vokes future is up in the air. -

    Tony Pulis is offering to manage Wales for their Gary Speed tribute game against Costa Rica next month. -

    Chris Coleman open to Wales manager job talks. -

    Captain Aaron Ramsey claims he has not been consulted by the FAW over their search for a new manager. -

    Fergie refuses to let
    Ryan Giggs be Wales boss. -

    Fit again
    Sam Ricketts is raring to go. -

    Neil Taylor has admitted he’s “flattered” by reported interest from Arsenal. -

    The future of the
    Carling Nations Cup is in doubt. -

    A high price to pay for cashing in on costly
    Ched Evans. -

    Dave Edwards aim is to stay fit for new year. -

    Osian Roberts admits job worry if FAW appoints outside candidate. -

    Gareth Bale has backed assistants Raymond Verheijen and Osian Roberts to remain part of Wales' managment set-up. -

    FAW to delay search for Gary Speed's successor. -

    Jason Brown is desperate to stay Dons No1 and keep alive his Welsh World Cup dream. -

    Bryan Flynn insists he had no doubt
    Adam Matthews would become a star at Celtic . -

    Gareth Bale loving the freedom of playing more centrally. -

    Sam Vokes is an asset to Burnley. -

    Darcy Blake going nowhere in January. -

    Ryan Giggs No1 choice to replace Gary Speed. -

    Adam Matthews admits driving without insurance. -

    English fan jailed for three years after killing
    Wales supporter at Wembley. -

    Wales finish year as highest climbers in FIFA's rankings. -

    Aberdeen goalie Jason Brown wants to keep No1 spot. -

    Sam Ricketts on the right path in recovery from Achilles injury. -

    Team GB begins recruiting footballers for London 2012. -

    David Edwards new injury blow? -

    Chase on for
    Simon Church. -

    Christian Ribeiro eye Robins recall. -

    Sam Vokes hoping to impress Wolves. -

    Chris Coleman hardly expected life in Greece to be straightforward. -

    Simon Davies ready for Fulham return. -

    Jack Collison enjoying his role back in the West Ham side. -

    Andrew Crofts calls for Speed tribute. -


    Ched Evans goals were for Gary Speed. -

    High-flying Adam Matthews keeps feet on the ground. -

    Celtic suffer Joe Ledley injury blow. -


    Owain Tudur Jones revealed that Gary Speed planned to watch him in Caley Thistle colours this season. -

    Barca scouts track Gareth Bale. -

    Unstoppable Ched Evans leads United’s promotion push. -

    Kenny Dalglish salutes Craig Bellamy. -

    Andy King says Leicester City must hit top form. -


    John Toshack sent his deepest sympathies and condolences to the family of Gary Speed. -

    Adam Matthews is accused of driving without insurance.. -

    Gareth Bale vow over Speed's revolution. -


    Taking Brian Stock on loan. -

    Ched Evans has silenced the critics. -

    Gareth Bale hopes Wales can negotiate a favourable outcome when the 2014 World Cup qualifying fixtures are determined in Brussels on Wednesday .-

    Sam Vokes Burney loan move. -

    Ipswich Town and West Brom are eyeing central defender Darcy Blake. -

    Danny Collins facing big decision in January. -

    Ashley Williams enjoying rollercoaster ride. -

    Gareth Bale admits interest from Barcelona is a huge temptation. -

    Gareth Bale puts Wales before playing at 2012 Olympics. -


    David Vaughan won’t be rushed back. -

    Liverpool coach full of praise for Craig Bellamy. -

    Brendan Rodgers has thanked Gary Speed for omitting
    Neil Taylor. -


    Jon Williams has suffered a broken leg whilst playing for the U21s. -

    Ben Turner would welcome selection in Speed's squad. -


    Christian Ribeiro targeting clean sheet at Sheffield United. -

    John Oster out for three months. -

    Paul Parry is enjoying a new lease of life at Preston after being moved from left-wing to full-back. -

    Danny Wilson is surprised striker Ched Evans was excluded from Gary Speed's senior Wales squad last weekend. -

    Sepp Blatter saddened by Alun Evans passing. -

    An Englishman has admitted killing a
    Wales fan outside Wembley Stadium before a Euro 2012 qualifier between the two teams. -

    More to come from
    Ched Evans. -

    Crystal Palace to offer Lewis Price new deal. -

    Gareth Bale salutes Gary Speed's Wales revival -

    Sam Ricketts is poised to step up his return to first team action after the weekend-

    David Edwards admits he is relieved to be back to full fitness-

    Aaron Ramsey backs Wales for World Cup qualification. -

    Aaron Ramsey has assured fans he will not play for Great Britain at the Olympics if it threatens Wales' international footballing independence. -

    Bristol Rovers boost FA chances with Andy Dorman loan signing. -

    Jack Collison in the mood to score more goals. -

    Danny Collins has withdrawn from the squad after his fiance gave birth to a son, their first baby. -

    Sam Ricketts is closing in on his comeback.  -

    Danny Collins back in Welsh squad for Norway game. -

    Wayne Hennessey insists he will be unfazed by his error that led to Manchester City's first goal -

    I can help build bright new future for Arsenal, says
    Aaron Ramsey. -

    Gareth Bale has risked upsetting some Welsh football fans by becoming the first player to pose in a British Olympic team. -

    Jermaine Easter
     is anxious to seize his second chance of dream date. -Neville Southall believes

    - John Toshack deserves some credit for Wales' recent revival. -
    - Hal Robson-Kanu has told Team GB football boss Stuart Pearce that he would jump at the chance to play in the London 2012 Olympics. -
    -Manager's dream Craig Bellamy fights for regular starting berth. -[25 Oct 11 08:06]
    - David Vaughan looking to brighter times. -
    - Rob Earnshaw says players must put the future of the Wales football team ahead of playing for Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics. -
    - Jarmo Matikainen's hopes for Women's Football in Wales.

    - Getting the goals is no trouble for model pro Ched Evans. -
    - Joe Allen says he hopes the Football Association of Wales changes its stance and support the Great Britain Olympic football team. -
    - Jonathan Williams picked up his League Football Education trophy from Dougie Freedman last night after being named September's Apprentice of the Month. -

    - England are ready to snatch Wales’ teenage star Jonathan Williams from under the nose of Gary Speed. -
    - A fine individual goal from Jermaine Easter have Eagles soaring. -

    - Alex McLeish is hoping
    James Collins will be fit for Aston Villa's clash with West Brom.
    -

    - Aaron Ramsey says there is still room for improvement despite Wales' 1-0 win in Bulgaria. -
    - Norwich City boss Paul Lambert hails Steve Morison. -
    -
     Joe Allen keen to keep hold of the shirt. -
    - Danny Collins happy at Ipswich. -
    - John Hartson hits out as former Wales international. -
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    Chris Gunter is backing his side to claim third spot in Euro 2012 qualification Group G
    . -

    - Craig Bellamy excited by potential -
    - The Home Nations have been warned "nothing is eternal in life" -
    -
    Jonathan Williams could become Palace’s youngest-ever full international cap
    . -
    -
    Aaron Ramsey is calling for a strong finish to his side's Euro 2012 qualifying campaign
    . -

    - Craig Bellamy in racism inquest after he endured anti-Welsh taunts. -
    - David Edwards has revealed how his injury hell left him in such a “dark place. -
    - Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale are en route to becoming record. -
    - Ashley Williams says the possibility of suffering racial abuse during his team's final Euro 2012 qualifier in Sofia doesn't matter. -
    -
    James Collins rubbishes Welsh withdraw rumours. -
    -
    James Collins has spelt out his desire to sign a new contract at Aston Villa. -
    - The rise and rise of Jonathan Williams. -

    -
    Freddy Eastwood has been told he is surplus to requirements at Coventry.
    -
    James Collins Villa check injury
    -
    Gareth Bale wants to have no flaws in his game. -
    -
    Joe Ledley was allegedly attacked outside a Glasgow city centre nightclub. -
    -
    Lewin Nyatanga first-team regular. -
    -
    Sam Vokes wants to take his chance. -

    - David Edwards makes his long-awaited comeback against Millwall in the Carling Cup. -
    -
    Danny Gabbidon makes speedy recovery and could shake off knee problem in time to face Villa. -
    -
    David Vaughan’s midfield challenge. -
    -
    Neil Taylor - I'll Be Fine To Face Chelsea. -
    -
    Gareth Bale happy at Spurs and ready to snub January offers. -
    -
    James Collins offered new Aston Villa deal. -
    -
    Boaz Myhill believes he is a far better keeper after just six weeks on loan at Birmingham. -
    -
    James Collins reacts well -
    - Two medals won by late great
    John Charles have sold at auction. -
    -
    Ched Evans is now “fully focused” on football. -
    -
    Danny Collins says his fitness levels aren’t too bad. -
    - Someone is in for a real hiding, says midfielder
    Andy King. - 
    -
    Craig Bellamy backed by Dalglish. -
    - Ipswich Town are closing in on the loan signing of defender
    Danny Collins. -
    -
    Aaron Ramsey has warned the world that Wales -
    -
    Neil Taylor supports Speed's revolution. -
    - Don’t Worry,
    Rob Earnshaw. -
    -
    Ched Evans close to return -
    -
    Simon Church raring to go -
    -
    Danny Collins has been left out of Stoke’s 25-man Premier League squad. -
    -
    David Edwards back after injury -
    -
    David Cotterill will have to go out on loan. -
    -
    Craig Bellamy returns to Liverpool -
    -
    Andrew Crofts eyeing Wembley showdown. - 
    -
    Craig Bellamy to stay - 
    -
    James Collins secret to Villa success. - 
    -
    Ched Evans has appeared in crown court. - 
    -
    Craig Bellamy says 'yes' to Spurs. -
    -
    Neal Eardley finds himself an outcast -
    -
    Craig Bellamy shock return to Liverpool -
    -
    Andrew Crofts eager to tackle ex-flatmate Terry. -
    -
    Neal Eardley pens new deal. -
    -
    Sam Vokes glad to be back -
    -
    David Vaughan backs Sunderland system . -
    -
    Jason Brown out to stake his claim. -
    - Swansea accept bid for
    Shaun MacDonald. -
    -
    Simon Church set to return from injury. -
    -
    Robson-Kanu pushing for starting spot. -
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    Lewin Nyatanga learning all the time. -
    -
    Steve Morison: Norwich’s answer to Rocky. -
    -
    Owain Tudur Jones faces surgery for knee problem. -
    -
    Vokes and Edwards return -
    - Doubts over
    Craig Bellamy deal -
    - Bruised and battered
    Steve Morison was singled out for special praise. -
    -
    Gareth Bale is looking to prove he's back to his lethal best -
    - Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes signing
    Craig Bellamy is still an option -
    -
    Jack Collison has signed a new long-term contract at WHU -
    - Craig Bellamy prepared for life as Manchester City outcast -
    -
    Ashley Williams signs new Swansea deal. - 
    -
    Adam Matthews - Having pal Joe Ledley at Celtic has helped me. - 
    - Both
    David Edwards and Sam Vokes return to training -
    -
    Neil Taylor eager to impress -
    - Stop “slaughtering”
    Neal Eardley -
    -
    Robert Earnshaw criticises ratings -8 Aug 11 20:32
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    James Collins fit for Fulham? -
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    John Toshack new Macedonia manager -
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    Aaron Ramsey should play Cesc role -
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    Brian Stock eager for return -  
    - Danny Gabbidon happy at QPR -
    - Sunderland are hoping to take
    Craig Bellamy on loan. -
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    Neal Eardley misses opening match -
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    Robbie Savage Wales can make 2014 -
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    BOA confident Team GB dispute will end -
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    Danny Gabbidon  Twitter warning -
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    Jack Collison confident -
    - No targets for 
    Steve Morison -
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    Stoke reject Ipswich offer for Collins -3 Aug 11 16:15
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    Jones thrilled with Wigan move -3 Aug 11 16:15
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    Arron has Wales ambition -3 Aug 11 09:28
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    Battle for Bellamy -3 Aug 11 09:28
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    Tough choice on Welsh pair -2 Aug 11 10:02
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    Giggs over recent hiccup -1 Aug 11 16:58
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    Bellamy rules out Bhoys -1 Aug 11 16:48
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    Vaughan call up -30 Jul 11 19:52
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    Williams keen on new deal -31 Jul 11 12:26
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    Collison inspired -

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    PLAYERS: Appearance weekend 6 Aug 11
    Saturday 6th August 2011

    Player

    Club

    Last game

    Date

    updated 6 Aug 11

    Wayne Hennessey (Gk)

    Wolves

    v -

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Boaz Myhill (Gk)

    ^Birmingham City

    v Derby

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

     

     

     

     

     

    James Collins

    Aston Villa

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Danny Gabbidon

    QPR

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Chris Gunter

    Nottm Forest

    v Barnsley

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    Neal Eardley

    Blackpool

    v Hull

    5 Aug 11

    -

    Lewin Nyatanga

    Bristol City

    v Ipswich

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    Sam Ricketts

    Bolton

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -inj

    Gareth Bale

    Tottenham

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Ashley Williams

    Swansea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Neil Taylor

    Swansea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Danny Collins

    Stoke City

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Adam Matthews

    Celtic

    v Aberdeen

    7 Aug 11

    -

    Darcy Blake

    Cardiff

    v West Ham

    7 Aug 11

    -

     

     

     

     

     

    Craig Bellamy

    Man City

    v -

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Robert Earnshaw

    Cardiff

    v West Ham

    7 Aug 11

    -

    Joe Ledley

    Celtic

      v Aberdeen

    7 Aug 11

    -

    Brian Stock

    Doncaster

      v Brighton

    6 Aug 11

    inj-ankle

    Jack Collison

    West Ham Utd

    v Cardiff

    7 Aug 11

    -

    Aaron Ramsey

    Arsenal

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    David Edwards

    Wolves

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -inj

    Andy King

    Leicester City

    v Coventry

    6 Aug 11

    sub on 60m

    Andrew Crofts

    Norwich City

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    David Vaughan

    Sunderland

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Joe Allen

    Swansea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Andy Dorman

    Crystal Palace

    v Peterborough

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Ched Evans

    Sheff Utd

    v Oldham

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Sam Vokes

    Wolves

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Simon Church

    Reading

    v Millwall

    6 Aug 11

    -inj

    Steve Morison

    Norwich City

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Hal Robson-Kanu

    Reading

    v Millwall

    6 Aug 11

    sub

    Freddy Eastwood

    Coventry

    v Leicester

    6 Aug 11

    inj-hamstring

    David Cotterill

    Swansea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Jermaine Easter

    Crystal Palace

    v Peterborough

    6 Aug 11

    sub

     

     

     

     

     

    Young Guns

     

     

     

     

    David Cornell (Gk)

    Swansea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Rhys Taylor (Gk)

    Chelsea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    James Wilson

    Bristol City

    v Ipswich

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Christian Ribeiro

    Bristol City

    v Ipswich

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Ashley Richards

    Swansea

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    David Stephens

    Hibernian 

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Troy Brown

    Rotherham United

    v Oxford United

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    Jake Taylor

    ^Aldershot

    v Bradford

    6 Aug 11

    -

     

     

     

     

     

    other players

     

     

     

     

    Jason Brown (Gk)

    Aberdeen

    v Celtic

    7 Aug 11

    -

    Lewis Price (Gk)

    Crystal Palace

    v Peterborough

    6 Aug 11

    sub

    Kyle Letheren

    Kilmarnock

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Ben Turner

    Coventry City

    v Leicester

    6 Aug 11

    inj-knee

    Grant Basey

    Peterborough

    v Crystal Palace

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    Gareth Roberts

    Derby County

    v Birmingham

    6 Aug 11

    -inj

    Rob Edwards

    Barnsley

    v Nottm Forest

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    John Oster

    Doncaster

    v Brighton

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    Owain Tudur Jones

    Inverness

    v Dunfermline

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    Ben Davies

    Derby County

    v Birmingham

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    David Jones

    Wigan

    v

    6 Aug 11

    -

    Craig Davies

    Barnsley

    v Nottm Forest

    6 Aug 11

    played -m

    updated: Sat, 6 Aug, 2011 15:25 UK.

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

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    YOUNG GUNS: Taylor loan, Howells chuffed, other news
    Tuesday 2nd August 2011

     

     Jake Taylor: photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaTaylor loan -30 Jul 11 21:06
    Aldershot Town have signed 19-year-old Reading attacking midfielder Jake Taylor on a one-month loan deal.

     

    Howells chuffed -2 Aug 11 12:32

     

    Stephens satisfied -2 Aug 11 12:32

     

    Bodin loan exit -2 Aug 11 12:32

     

    Ogleby's charge dropped -6 Jul 11 19:32

     

    Miles get Wales call  -4 Jul 11 20:32

     

    Oakley can be a star  -1 Jul 11 08:46

    Liverpool sign Lloyd Jones -11 Jun 11 13:05

    Brown Ipswich exit -31 May 11 21:05

    updated: Tue, Aug 2 2011 12:32 UK.

     

    Ogleby detained -18 May 11 08:55

     

    Jake Charles call up -5 May 11 21:20

     

    Wilson would relish Savage encounter -30 Apr 11 09:30

     

    Bodin loan move -3 Apr 11 18:45

     

    Stephens will have been scarred -8 Apr 11 16:00

     

    Bender boosted by call up -16 Mar 11 19:12

     

    Doble Stockport loan -17 Feb 11 17:35

     

    Bale sets example to Barrow -17 Feb 11 17:35

     

     

     

     

     

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    NEWS: Speed: Wales will be strong, other news
    Sunday 31st July 2011

     updated: Sun, 31 Jul, 2011 10:42 UK.

    Gary Speed: photo linked from sportinglife.com 

     

    Wales will be strong -31 Jull 10:42
    Gary Speed believes Wales will be a strong team in time for the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.

     

    Wales management: photo linked from dailymail.co.uk 

     

    MANAGER

    Speed hits out -26 May 11 08:26
    Gary Speed accused organisers of the Carling Nations Cup of disrespecting his side after a 3-1 loss to Scotland.

     

    - Speed to protect players -24 May 11 20:37

    - Speed urges men to tackle cancer  -2 Jun 11 10:47

    - Speed: Adam should have gone -26 May 11 17:55

    - Speed hopes with Giggs -10 May 11 18:03

    Speed fears threadbare squad -9 May 11 14:50

    Speed offers expertise -8 May 11 20:50

    Speed hopeful over Bellamy -7 Apr 11 19:56

    Speed knows his side -25 Mar 11 12:53

    - Speed: Bale picked up injury with Spurs -24 Mar 11 17:35

    - Speed won't risk Bale fitness -18 Mar 11 17:42

    Speed wants players on song -22 Mar 11 20:45

    Flynn 'hails' fantastic U21s -10 Feb 11 19:16


    - Speed: I’ll bring back the fans -19 Mar 11 09:41
    - Question time with Speed -15 Mar 11
    - LISTEN: Speed can't wait -15 Feb 11
    - Speed knows the value -7 Jan 11
    - Speed tells his players to earn their place -5 Jan 11
    - Speed: Quality is very strong -27 Jan 11
    - Speed surprised by omission -25 Jan 11 
    - Speed welcomes Home internationals -13 Jan 11 
    - I wont Speed dial my old stars -3 Jan 11
    - Speed's Welsh needs -3 Jan 11
    - Speed: Giggs role -5 Jan 11
    - Flynn focus on Under 21s -16 Nov 10
    - Flynn would keep status quo  -15 Oct 10
    - Young Guns still excite Flynn -16 Nov 10
    - Flynn rues defeat -9 Oct 10
    - VIDEO: Flynn admits job application -13 Oct 10
    - Flynn wants job -13 Oct 10
    - Flynn planing to attack -7 Oct 10
    - Flynn lays down challenge -1 Oct 10
    - VIDEO: Flynn explains selection -1 Oct 10
    - No issue over Bellamy -17 Sep 10Flynn watch -17 Sep 10

    - Flynn open to returning stars -17 Sep 10
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    LISTEN: Saunders in dark on role -12 Sep 10
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    Flynn delighted - 10 Aug 10
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    Toshack encouraged -12 Aug 10
    - Tosh praises Bellamy -12 Aug 10




    - Toshack Euro 2012 hopes - 11 Aug 10
    - Tosack point to prove 
    -15 Aug 10
    - Toshack welcomes pair's progress -27 Aug 10

    - Toshack against Greek ref -3 Sep 10
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    Toshack reveals Bale bid -3 Sep 10
    - We must beat Montenegro -2 Sep 10

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    Toshack fumes at Collins blow-4 Sep 10 08:50
    - Toshack swipe-10 Sep 10 08:12
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    UNDER 17: Wales in Sweden
    Tuesday 12th July 2011

    Wales Under 17s: photo linked from faw.org.uk

    Under 17: Wales travel to Sweden.
    Results from the games in Sweden:

    Sweden 7 Wales 2.
    Norway 1 Wales 2.
    Iceland 5 Wales 1.




    Brian Flynn has named the Under 17 squad for the upcoming 4 Nations Tournament to be staged in Falkenberg, Sweden, between 17-24 July 2011.


    Wales squad:
    Christian Dibble (Bury), Luke Chambers (Southend United), Will Roberts (Coventry City), Curtis Strong (Stoke City), Jordan Holt (Hull City), Darius Waters (Wigan Athletic), Elliot Scotcher (Ipswich Town), Elliot Hewitt (Macclesfield Town) Miles John (Bristol City), George Higgins (UD Almeria), Rob Evans (Wrexham), Gethin Jones (Everton), Robert Parry (Wolves), Jack Simmons (Ipswich Town), Rob Salathiel (Wrexham), Jake Eyre (Everton), Bradley Reid (Wrexham), James Loveridge (Swansea City).

    Ellis Harrison (Bristol Rovers) was due to to fly out with the squad, but could now be sidelined for eight weeks after breaking the fifth metatarsal in his right foot.

    Wales fixture dates: Iceland (19 July), Norway (21 July) and Sweden (23 July)


    info from wrexham afc website.

    posted: Tue, 12 July, 2011 08:36 UK.



     

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    NEWS: Home matches August, September and October
    Tuesday 28th June 2011

    FAW

    WALES FIXTURES
    The Football Association of Wales has confirmed that Wales will play a friendly international against Australia on Wednesday, August 10th.

    The venue will be the Cardiff City Stadium and kick off will be at 7:45pm.

    This will be the first of two international fixtures at the Stadium in the space of three weeks with Wales set to face Montenegro in Cardiff on Friday, September 2nd.

    The FAW has also confirmed that the final home fixture in the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign against Switzerland will be at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea on Friday, October 7th.


    updated: Tue, 28 Jun, 2011 20:06 UK.


    earlier:
    The FAW have confirmed the dates and venues for International matches to be played in Wales (late Summer/Autumn 2011).

    Fixtures:
    10th August FRIENDLY: Wales v Australia (Cardiff City Stadium).

    2nd September EURO 2012: Wales v Montenegro (Cardiff City Stadium).

    7th October - EURO 2012: Wales v Switzerland (Liberty Stadium).

    info from welshallianceleague.

    posted: Thu, 12 May, 2011 13:18 UK.


     

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    TICKETS: England v Wales
    Tuesday 14th June 2011

    Tickets for England v Wales Euro 2012 qualifer on Tuesday 6th September 2011 will go on sale only to members of the Wales Supporters Club.

    Gold and Junior members are guaranteed one ticket each, it's possible tickets may also be released to Silver members.

    Full details will be released when the FAW have confirmation of the allocation from the English FA.

    For Wales Supporters Club membership information, please go to www.faw.org.uk
    and follow the Tickets link.

    posted: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 20:25 UK.

     


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    FAW: Summer roadshows
    Tuesday 7th June 2011

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    FANS: No Team GB campaign
    Sunday 5th June 2011

    No Team GB campaign call for an Ethical Decision for the 2012 London Olympics

    The ongoing corruption allegations against JS Blatter and his lieutenants at the very top of the FIFA tree come as no surprise to the No Team GB campaign. For the past five years we have been questioning the assurances that FIFA representatives have been making with regards to protecting the independence of the football teams of the four home nations (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales).

    FIFA have flip flopped on their views towards a GB football team participating at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In March 2008 Mr Blatter stated “If you start to put together a combined team for the Olympics, the question will automatically come up that there are four different associations so how can they play in one team”. This was then contradicted by Jerome Valcke the following year when he offered assurances that that the four home nations would have their independent identities protected. This assurance from Mr Valcke was made in spite of the fact that no individual from FIFA can make this promise on the basis that it could be altered at any future FIFA congress.

    This was the same Jerome Valcke who was sensationally sacked from his Marketing position at FIFA in 2006 by Mr Blatter after he was found guilty of violating the negotiation rules with the FIFA sponsor MasterCard after going behind their back and holding concurrent discussions with VISA. Mr Valcke was then made FIFA General Secretary in 2007 in yet another flip flop decision by Mr Blatter. Perhaps Mr Valcke was party to certain information that forced Sepp’s hand to bring him back into the FIFA family?

    Mr Blatter and Mr Valcke are now at the centre of allegations of cheating, unethical behaviour and corruption. They are in the dock with Jack Warner and Mohammed Bin Hamman. Meanwhile, FIFA have cleared the unethical charges against Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii who were exposed in an article in the Sunday Times of promising world cup votes for cash.

    Lord Coe was the first chairman of the FIFA Ethics committee when he was appointed to the role in 2006. After the farce of England’s bid to host the 2018 FIFA world cup, it would be interesting to hear Lord Coe’s views on the FIFA ethics committee and the rules and scope which govern that committee.

    In the past few years there have been a number of high profile British citizens who have been on the receiving end of FIFA surprises (Lord Triesman, Geoff Thompson, John McBeth, David Cameron, David Beckham, Lord Coe, Prince William to name a few). Quite how the British Olympic Association and the English Football Association can continue to propose that a GB Football Team participates at the 2012 London Olympics on the back of FIFA assurances beggars belief.
     
    Tam Ferry, spokesman for No Team GB said, “All along we have said that FIFA assurances are worthless. Blatter being in denial about FIFA being in crisis is like the Iraqi Information minister denying the US troops were anywhere near Baghdad as their tanks drove behind him”

    Paul Corkrey, spokesman for No Team GB is also quoted, "Its no surprise to the Welsh fans that Blatter got 186 votes in his re-election, as to vote against him would be like Turkeys voting for Christmas"

    Can any assurances from FIFA be trusted?

    Would you trust these people?


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    FAW: New website
    Wednesday 1st June 2011

    FAW

    FAW: NEW WEB SITE
    The FAW has launched its new web site.

    The FAW website is now up and running and the FAW will be making further improvements and modifications, there is still  huge amount of data that needs re-inputting.

     New FAW web site

    posted: Wed, 1 Jun, 2011 12:32 UK.


     

     

     

     

     

     

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    FAW: New quarterly magazine
    Wednesday 1st June 2011

    FAW

    FAW: THE VOICE
    The FAW has launched its very first bilingual magazine called 'The Voice'.

    The quarterly magazine features articles on the footballer Joe Ledley, the Womens U19 European Championship qualifier, pictures from the England v Wales match and a One on One with Gary Speed. 

     FAW launch 'The Voice'

    posted: Wed, 1 Jun, 2011 11:50 UK.


     

     

     

     

     

     

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    NATIONS CUP: Northern Ireland 0 Wales 2
    Friday 27th May 2011

    Northern Ireland v Wales: photo linked from faw.org.ukNORTHERN IRELAND 0 WALES 2
    Goals from Aaron Ramsey and Robert Earnshaw earn Wales a 2-0 win against Northern Ireland in their final Nations Cup game.

    GOALS: Ramsey 36, Earnshaw 69.

    Wales starting line up:
    Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham United), Danny Collins (Stoke City), Neil Taylor (Swansea City), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal, Capt), Jack Collison (West Ham United), David Vaughan (Blackpool), David Cotterill (Swansea City), Craig Bellamy (Manchester City), Steve Morison (Millwall).

    All other squad players are named as subs, except Darcy Blake (Cardiff City) who has returned home.


    Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Brom), Lewis Price (Crystal Palace).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff), Danny Collins (Stoke), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Craig Morgan (Preston).

    Midfielders: Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Swansea), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Owain Tudur Jones (Norwich City), Andy King (Leicester), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), David Vaughan (Blackpool)

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff),  Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace), Steve Morison (Millwall), Sam Vokes (Wolves).




     

     Ticket news

     

     

     

    Other information:
    Nations Cup:
     N Ireland v Wales.
    Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
    Date: Friday 27th May 2011.
    Kick off: 7:45pm.
    Referee: A Kelly (ROI)
    LIVE: Sky Sports 1 and S4C.

     

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    NATIONS CUP: Scotland 3 Wales 1
    Wednesday 25th May 2011

    Rob Earnshaw: photo linked from sportlinglife.comSCOTLAND 3 WALES 1
    A 3-1 defeat against Scotland in the Nations Cup for Wales. Goalscorer for Wales was in the first half was Rob Earnshaw.

    GOALS: Earnshaw 36; Morrison 55, Miller 64, Berra 70.

    Wales line up:
    1. Boaz Myhill, 2. Neal Eardley, 3. Neil Taylor, 4. Owain Tudur Jones, 5. Craig Morgan, 6. Darcy Blake, 7. Andy Dorman, 8. Andy King, 9. Sam Vokes, 10. Robert Earnshaw (Capt), 11. Jermaine Easter.

    Subs: 12. Wayne Hennessey, 13. Chris Gunter, 14. Danny Collins, 15. Danny Gabbidon, 16. David Vaughan, 17. Aaron Ramsey, 18. Adam Matthews, 19. David Cotterill, 20. Steve Morison, 21. Jack Collison, 22. Craig Bellamy, 23. Lewis Price.

    Six substitutes may be used during the match.


    Adam Matthews has joined the squad as a late replacement for James Collins, who has a groin injury.

    Robert Earnshaw will captain the side as Gary Speed will rest a number of Premier League players.

    Norwich City midfielder, Owain Tudur Jones has joined the squad, h
    e has been added to the squad after several withdrawals and an availability doubt over Coventry City's Freddy Eastwood.

    David Edwards (Wolves) has also been forced-out of the squad due to injury.

    Revised Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Brom), Lewis Price (Crystal Palace).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff), Danny Collins (Stoke), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Craig Morgan (Preston).

    Midfielders: Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Swansea), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Owain Tudur Jones (Norwich City), Andy King (Leicester), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), David Vaughan (Blackpool)

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff),  Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace), Freddy Eastwood (Coventry), Steve Morison (Millwall), Sam Vokes (Wolves).


    Stand by players: Jason Brown (Blackburn).



    Both Ched Evans and Lewin Nyatanga are out due to injury.

    Craig Morgan
    is called up as replacement for Nyatanga. Also called up are Jermaine Easter and Andy Dorman. Squad meet up over the weekend.

    Also out are Ashley Williams, Joe Allen, Simon Church and Hal Robson-Kanu due to club duties. Also out due to injuries from the stand by list are Brian Stock and Christina Ribeiro. Joe Ledley is also out.



    Gary Speed has named the squad for the Carling Nations Cup matches in Dublin later this month. A larger squad than usual has been named to allow for Football League play-off commitments and fitness concerns with some players. The matches are against Scotland on Wednesday 25th May and Northern Ireland on Friday 27th May. Both to kick off at 7.45pm

    Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Brom), Lewis Price (Crystal Palace).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff), Danny Collins (Stoke), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Lewin Nyatanga (Bristol City), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Ashley Williams (Swansea).

    Midfielders: Joe Allen (Swansea), Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Swansea), David Edwards (Wolves), Andy King (Leicester), Joe Ledley (Celtic), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), David Vaughan (Blackpool)

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff), Simon Church (Reading), Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest), Ched Evans (Sheffield United), Freddy Eastwood (Coventry), Steve Morison (Millwall), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), Sam Vokes (Wolves).

    Stand by players: Jason Brown (Blackburn), Craig Morgan (Preston), Christina Ribeiro (Bristol City), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Brian Stock (Doncaster), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace).


    Wales travel to Dublin at the end of May to face Scotland and Northern Ireland in the Nations Cup.

    Gary Speed will announce the squad now on Wenesday 11th May, at the Carden Park Hotel at around 3pm.

    The Wales manager is set to name a bumper a 30-man squad. Speed was at Ashton gate on Saturday running the rule of Lewin Nyatanga and young gun James Wilson. Gareth Bale is out for the rest season as well as Sam Ricketts. Several players will miss the games as they will be involved in play off matches for their clubs. Jack Collison is set for a recall after over 12 months out due to injury.


     

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    Other information:
    Nations Cup:
     Scotland v Wales.
    Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
    Date: Wednesday 25th May 2011.
    Kick off: 7:45pm.
    Referee: TBC

    LIVE: Sky Sports 1 and S4C.

     

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    UNDER 17: Wales 1 Sweden 2
    Friday 13th May 2011

    Wales Under 17s: photo linked from faw.org.uk / Propaganda

    Under 17: Wales 1 Sweden 2
    Defeat for Brian Flynn's new look Under 17 side 2-1 against Sweden.

    Sweden took the lead after 19 minutes through Chrstian Kouakou, Sweden went 2-0 up when Muamer Tankovic scored after 32 minutes.

    Substitute Declan John pulled a goal back for Wales after 54 minutes from the penalty spot. Sweden holding on for the win. It was a good workout for the Under 17s ahead of the UEFA qualifiers in the Autumn.

    Wales line up:
    1  Alex Lynch (Peterborough United) 
    2  Declan Weeks (Wolves) 
    3  Curtis Strong (Stoke City) 
    4  Gethin Jones (Everton) (Capt) 
    5  Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City) 
    6  Tom Attyeo (Swansea City) 
    7  Jaye Bowen (Cardiff City) 
    8  Deion Evans (Shrewsbury Town) 
    9  Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City) 
    10  Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra) 
    11  Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) 
    Subs:
    12  Luke Flemming (Cardiff City) 
    13  Declan Dalley (Manchester United) 
    14  Miles John (Bristol City) 
    15  Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City) 
    16  Rhys James (Cardiff City) 
    17  Bradley Reid (Wrexham) 
    18  Declan John (Cardiff City) 


    Under 17: Wales 2 Sweden 2
    Brian Flynn's new look Under 17 side drew 2-2 against Sweden.

    Wales took the lead after just seven minutes thanks to an excellent finish from Tom O'Sullivan. Sweden hit back straight away with goals from Christian Koukaou and Philip Olofsson. Wales hit back with Declan John making it 2-2 after only 15 minutes.

    With no further scoring during the match, honours were even at the final whistle.

    Wales line up:
    1  Luke Flemming (Cardiff City) 
    2  Declan Weeks (Wolves) 
    3  Curtis Strong (Stoke City) 
    4  Gethin Jones (Everton) (c) 
    5  Declan Dalley (Manchester United) 
    6  Tom Attyeo (Swansea City) 
    7  Miles John (Bristol City) 
    8  Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City) 
    9  Rhys James (Cardiff City) 
    10  Jaye Bowen (Cardiff City) 
    11  Declan John (Cardiff City) 
    Subs:
    12  Alex Lynch (Peterborough United) 
    13  Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City) 
    14  Deion Evans (Shrewsbury Town) 
    15  Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra) 
    16  Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) 
    17  Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City) 
    18  Bradley Reid (Wrexham)

    updated: Tue, 10 May, 2011 22:08 UK.


    Intermediate Teams manager, Brian Flynn, has named his squad for two end of season friendly matches against Sweden.

    The matches are set to be played at Buckley Town FC on Tuesday 10th May (kick off 6pm) and Flint Town United FC on Thursday 12th May (kick off 6pm). Admission is free at both games.

    Wales squad:
    Alex Lynch Wrexham, Corey Stephens - Cardiff City, Declan Weeks Wolves, Declan Dalley - Manchester United, Curtis Watkins - Cardiff City, Curtis Strong - Stoke City, Tom Attyeo - Swansea City, Miles John - Bristol City , Gethin Jones Everton, Deion Evans - Tranmere Rovers, Tom O’Sullivan - Cardiff City, Jaye Bowen - Cardiff City, Declan John - Cardiff City, Jake Charles - Huddersfield Town, Rhys James - Cardiff City, Callum Saunders - Crewe Alexandra, Gethyn Hill - Cardiff City, Bradley Reid Wrexham.

    Stand by players: Luke Flemming - Cardiff City, Daniel Barrow - Plymouth Argyle, Rob Evans Wrexham, Chike Kandi - Birmingham City, Josh Yorwerth - Cardiff City.

    Famous faces in this squad are Jake Charles (grandson of John Charles) and Callum Saunders (son of former Welsh International Dean Saunders)

    updated: Thu, 28 April, 2011 15:25 UK.


    Wales will play two Under 17 friendly matches against Sweden in North Wales during early May 2011.

    Wales fixtures:
    Tuesday 10th May 2011 at Buckley Town FC.
    Thursday 12th May 2011 at Flint Town United FC.

    Both matches kick off at 6pm, admission is free.

    The games will feature players who are eligible for 2011/2012 UEFA Under 17 qualifying matches, these games set to be played in October. Wales have been drawn in Group 9 with Serbia, Armenia and Lithuania. 

    posted: Wed, 20 April, 2011 16:46 UK.



     

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    FAW: Wales Host Under 19s
    Thursday 12th May 2011

    FAW

    WALES HOST Under 19s
    Wales will host the UEFA Women's Under 19 Tournament Finals in August 2013.

    Matches will be held in Carmarthenshire, Swansea and Bridgend. Eight countries, including Wales, will play for the right to be crowned champions. Come and be part of the celebrations!

    statement from faw.org.uk.

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    Thu, 12 May, 2011 13:35 UK.


     

     

     

     

     

     

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    FAW: Glyn Williams 1918-2011
    Wednesday 11th May 2011

    FAW

    Glyn Williams :1918-2011
    It is with great sadness that the FAW marks the passing of former international player, Glyn Williams. He was 92.

    Full-back Glyn, won one cap for Wales in the 1951 Festival of Britain International with Switzerland at the Racecourse, Wrexham. In so doing, he became the fifth oldest player to win a first cap for Wales as he was 32 years 194 days old on his debut. Wales won the match 3-2.

    Maesteg - born Glyn was a Cardiff City regular after the war, playing some 144 league matches. Born in November 1918, he had earlier played for Caerau, helping them win the Welsh Amateur Cup in 1946. One of a legion of players who lost the best years of their careers to the Second World War. His cap came-about as regular right back, Walley Barnes, was needed by Arsenal for a tour of Brazil, so Glyn made his debut in the same match as the young John Charles. The Wales goals came from Trevor Ford (2) and Ron Burgess.

    Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time.

    statement from faw.org.uk.

    posted:
    Wed, 11 May, 2011 20:00 UK.


     

     

     

     

     

     

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