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Great Start . . . Now, Keep It Up Is Ryan Giggs' Message To Daniel James

Ryan Giggs thanked Daniel James for bringing his club form for Swansea City to the international stage after Wales began their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a vital win. It was James’ early goal that enabled Wales to beat Slovakia 1-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium to ensure they are among the early pace-setters in , rather than a step behind. Swansea winger James marked his first competitive international start with a fifth-minute strike as Wales got their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign off to a dream start.

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Ben Davies Gets Ready To Block Out The Slovaks All Over Again

Slovakian skipper Marek Hamsik still recalls the day Ben Davies stopped him from scoring the first goal for his country at the Euro 2016 finals in France  - and changed the course of football history for both nations. Wales went on to win 2-1 and continued all the way to the semi-finals, while Slovakia, also at their first Euro finals, went out at the pool stages. There were only three minutes on the clock when Hamsik slalomed his way into the Welsh penalty area and shot past Wayne Hennessey for what seemed like a certain goal.

Ospreys' Allen Clarke Says: Nobody Knows What We've Been Through . . . But We're Still Standing

Allen Clarke has backed his Ospreys team to continue to recover from the death wish placed on them and suggested no-one outside the region will know the extent of their turmoil. Just two weeks after being crumpled like a piece of waste paper and hurled towards the bin, the Ospreys showed their resolve with a 29-20 bonus point victory over the Dragons. The win – underpinned by four tries from full-back Dan Evans – came in their first game since merger plans with the Scarlets, backed by the Welsh Rugby Union, were abandoned following the outrage that ensued.

Gareth Bale Insists Wales' New Sparkle Can Light The Way To Top Of Euro Group

Golden oldie Gareth Bale has vowed to help polish the new gems as Wales aim to sparkle again in the European Championships. Almost three years after being the jewel in the crown for Chris Coleman’s team at Euro 2016, Bale is still the most precious piece in the new line-up under Ryan Giggs. But as Wales prepare to take on Slovakia tonight in their opening qualifier for Euro 2020, the Real Madrid star – not yet even 30 – is the self-confessed “oldie” compared to the new crops of youngsters who will provide vital support.

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Conor Murray Says Welsh Grand Slam Hopes Will Weigh Heavy

Conor Murray believes the expectation of a Grand Slam could weigh heavily on Welsh shoulders in Cardiff on Saturday. The Ireland and Lions scrum-half has compared the pressure on unbeaten Wales in the final round of the Six Nations to that he felt last season against England. Ireland clinched the... Read More

Schmidt's Ireland Hurdling To Grand Slam Glory - And Sore Heads!

Unless England can find some form after two shocking defeats, it looks like a case of smiling Irish eyes and sore heads on Sunday at the end of another Six Nations campaign. In his latest column for Dai Sport, Geraint Powell, runs his eye over the three coaches who probably have... Read More

Ruthless Warren Gatland Targets Irish Duo After Axing New Boys

Warren Gatland plans to act as ruthlessly in blitzing Ireland pair Johnny Sexton and Conor Murray as he has in axing Rhys Patchell and Josh Adams. Patchell and Adams have both paid the price for Wales’ defeat to England at Twickenham by losing their places in the squad that meets... Read More

Time For Wales To Mix It Up. . . As In Dublin's Fair City, It's Not Going To Be Pretty

Winners against Scotland, losers to England, Wales now need to make changes for their next Six Nations game against Ireland, argues Robin Davey. Dublin, he says, will be won or lost in a battle of the skies. Now the hard work starts for Warren Gatland and his coaching team. The... Read More

Frustrated Lion Rhys Webb Says It's Time For Wales To Start Winning Again

Rhys Webb has admitted it is time for Wales to start winning again this season. The Ospreys scrum-half is unlikely to return when the campaign starts next month, but when his extended leave is over following Lions duty in New Zealand, Webb is clearly anxious to make a mark. It... Read More

Frustrated Lion Rhys Webb Says It's Time For Wales To Start Winning Again

Rhys Webb has admitted it is time for Wales to start winning again this season. The Ospreys scrum-half is unlikely to return when the campaign starts next month, but when his extended leave is over following Lions duty in New Zealand, Webb is clearly anxious to make a mark. It... Read More
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