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Craig Bellamy Says He's Not Ready For Premier League Jobs - But Is For Wales

Craig Bellamy would jump at the chance of taking over as Wales manager – even though he has admitted he is not ready for a Premier League job. As Chris Coleman prepares for his first match as Sunderland boss following his decision to leave the Wales job, Bellamy has put his name forward as a possible successor. The 38-year-old former striker – currently coaching in the academy at Cardiff City - is already third favourite for the Wales role behind Tony Pulis and Ryan Giggs.

Warren Gatland Is Itching For A Fight - But Not With Steve Hansen

Warren Gatland still wants to take a swing at some people after the Lions tour – but not, he insists, Steve Hansen. The Wales coach has insisted his relationship with Hansen is a cordial one as the pair prepare to repeat their battle of five months ago in New Zealand. But Gatland – who will bid to end Wales’ 64-year losing streak against the All Blacks this Saturday, and improve his own poor record against the major southern hemisphere nations – still wants to lace on the gloves at some point to avenge the blows he took in the summer.

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Penydarren March On In Welsh Cup and FAW Trophy

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Billy Fires Carmarthen Into Welsh Youth quarter-finals

North Wales Sailor Norris Gets Royal Recognition

An Anglesey sailor will be presented with one of the Royal Yachting Association’s most prestigious awards by HRH the Princess Royal, President of the RYA, in recognition of his commitment to North Wales sailing.

Warnock Heads Home To Yorkshire For Next Challenge

More Boardroom Resignations At Troubled Merthyr

Cardiff Devils Suffer Devastating Elite League Defeats

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