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.
Hartlepool United 1, Wrexham 0 Wrexham suffered a major blow to their promotion hopes by crashing to defeat against Hartlepool United at the Super 6 Stadium. It was a bad day for the Dragons, but Vanarama National League leaders Orient were delighted. They won 2-1 against Telford United in their FA Trophy semi-final... Read More
Wrexham have strengthened their Vanarama National League squad with two new signings - and both could make their Dragons’ debut against Hartlepool away on Saturday. Norwich City’s teenage striker Anthony Spyrou has signed on loan, while former Swansea City midfield player Kemy Agustien has arrived at the Racecourse as a free... Read More
Manager Bryan Hughes and his Dragons are geared up for a big push towards promotion to the Football League. Wrexham have suffered back-to-back defeats, against Leyton Orient and Barrow, and Hughes says: “I am looking for two points per game personally which is championship winning form. “We put that right against Maidstone... Read More
Wrexham are hurting after a below par team display in their 3-1 Vanarama National League home defeat against Barrow. More than 4,600 spectators were at the Racecourse, but the Dragons struggled badly to find their best form. “We didn’t handle the conditions well if I am being honest,” says manager Bryan Hughes. “Barrow... Read More
Wrexham will return to the top of Vanarama National Football League table by Saturday evening if they win back-to-back home fixtures. Barrow are visitors to the Racecourse this evening, while the Dragons entertain Maidstone United on Saturday. Leaders Leyton Orient travel to Aldershot Town this evening, while they play at FA Trophy... Read More
Wrexham were bumped off the top in Vanarama National League football after a 1-0 defeat at Brisbane Road. Manager Bryan Hughes experienced defeat for the first time since he took charge six matches ago. Enfield-born Marvin Ekpteta, aged 23, netted the winning goal after 72 minutes and lifted Orient back to the... Read More