Connor Roberts has revealed how the Wales squad have been taking inspiration for their European Championship campaign by watching footage of Euro 2016. Wales scaled the heights three summers ago as Chris Coleman’s side reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 after ending a 58-year wait to play at a major tournament. The journey in France began with a 2-1 win over Slovakia in Bordeaux – the same opponents that Ryan Giggs’ side face in their opening 2020 European Championship qualifier at the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday.
Wayne Pivac is in danger of leaving the Scarlets on a low note after admitting they served up their worst display in his five years in charge as they were hammered by the Cardiff Blues. Pivac – who is leaving at the end of the season to prepare to take charge of Wales after the World Cup – is in familiar territory for many coaches whose next job is announced long before they leave their current one. No matter what they utter in public about maintaining their focus until the last goodbye, they are often undermined by players who decide the king is dead, long live the next one.
Wales’ young female artistic gymnasts dominated the competition at the British Championships in Liverpool, with the Welsh female Espoir (under 13s) gymnasts taking eight of the top ten spots in the all-around competition and winning gold in every individual apparatus contest.
Kieron Evans scored both Bluebirds’ goals in their 2-0 under-18 win against Leeds United in Yorkshire. The attacking midfield player from Brithdir, New Tredegar first joined Cardiff City’s youth under-8 ranks almost a decade ago. Evans, a pupil at Heolddu Comprehensive School in Bargoed, is on a two-year apprenticeship contract which runs... Read More
Cardiff City have five players in the Wales under-19 team for their Uefa Championships elite round challenge later this month. Goalkeeper George Ratcliffe, Ryan Reynolds, Sion Spence, Sam Bowen and Dan Griffiths are the young Bluebirds included, while Swansea City are represented by Ben Cabango and Brandon Cooper. Jay Foulston, the young... Read More
The New Saints 2, Cardiff Met University 1 Tomos Williams and James Parry scored the goals for TNS in their FAW Youth Cup semi-final against Cardiff Met University. Saints’ victory earns them a place in the final for the first time and they take on holders Swansea City with the date and... Read More
Hull City 0, Cardiff City 1 Wrexham-born Dan Griffiths, an 18-year-old former Liverpool trainee, scored Cardiff City’s winner in their under-23 match against Hull City away. Griffiths, who joined the Bluebirds last summer, has scored 23 goals in 20 under-18 fixtures and made his mark against Hull at the Roy West Centre... Read More
Cardiff City are a Premier League hit - and that’s official. Fans of top flight clubs across Britain have given a massive thumbs up to the Bluebirds for the Cardiff City Stadium match day experience. "We pride ourselves on the hard work put in to ensure our supporters have the best possible... Read More
Cardiff City 3, Nottingham Forest 2 Kieron Evans, a 17-year-old midfield player from Brithdir, New Tredegar, scored the winner for Cardiff City in their under-18 clash with Nottingham Forest. Evans, a pupil at Heolddu Comprehensive School in Bargoed, netted on the hour to earn young Bluebirds victory. City twice fought back from a... Read More