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Zidane Doesn't Know If Bale Has Played His Last Game For Real......But It Sure Looks Like It

Zinedine Zidane had admitted that Gareth Bale does not fit in with his current Real Madrid side as speculation grows the Wales skipper's time at the Bernabeu is up. The club's world recored £85million buy was an unused sub as a nightmare season ended with a 2-0 home defeat to Real Betis.

Jess Sees Perfect OVO Energy Series Record Ended On Durham Cobbles

Jess Roberts saw her unbeaten run at the OVO Energy Tour series ended after she was beaten into second place in Durham. The Carmarthen-born rider was competing for the fourth time in little over a week having triumphed in the previous rounds in Redditch, Motherwell and Aberdeen.

Anna Bows Out In Thailand After Gutsy Displays

Ceri Sweeney . . . From Apprentice To Master, Then Mentor . . . Thanks For 20 Years

He fought back the tears, and vowed to return to rugby sooner rather than later, but Ceri Sweeney had every reason to smile at the weekend after bringing down the curtain on a great career. More than 20 years after making his Pontypridd debut against Ebbw Vale, with his PE teacher Paul John as his scrum-half, the 39-year-old former Wales outside-half steered his side to a 47-19 win over Principality Premiership champions Merthyr. It was the perfect way to bow out at Sardis Road and both teams formed a guard of honour to welcome him onto the field.

Graham Potter Breaks Bread With Brighton As Swans Concede Defeat

Graham Potter will hold talks with Brighton today over their vacant managerial position after the Seagulls agreed to pay the release clause in his Swansea City contract. The 43-year-old was offered a new contract by the Swans in an attempt to ward off Brighton's interest, but told his employers he's keen to move quickly into managing in the Premier League after just one season working in the Championship. Brighton saw an initial approach to Swansea knocked back on Tuesday with Potter still having two years left on the deal he signed when he joined the club from Swedish side Ostersund last summer.

Two Great Welsh Rugby Names . . . One Desperate Outcome

Friday night’s play-off clash between Llanelli and Pontypool has brought plenty of sympathy for the losers as Pooler were yet again denied promotion to the Welsh Premiership following a 27-16 defeat. But as Paul Jones reports, this was a game with so much to lose for two of the most famous names in Welsh rugby. All the pre-match talk had been about whether or not Pontypool’s three year dream to reach the top tier of the semi-pro game would become a reality at the end of their second unbeaten season in the Championship, but few had considered what the play-off game at Aberavon meant to Llanelli.

Cardiff Met Battle Bala For Key To Europe And £200k

Cardiff Met are chasing glory, history and a big bundle of cash when they visit Bala Town today in a make-or-break Europa League play-off final. The tie is worth £194,000 in prize money to the winning side but for the students it is also about securing European qualification for the first time in their history after heartbreaking defeats in the previous two play-off finals. Met midfielder Will Evans believes his team are feeling confident of ending their unwanted play-off record following an impressive semi-final display against Caernarfon Town.

Jonathan's Great Britain Ready For French Test In Kosice

Jumping Jade: I've Proved I'm Not Just Just An Olympic Girl

Jade Jones made it fifth time lucky in Manchester by defeating holder Ah-Reum Lee to be crowned World taekwondo Champion. Wales' double Olympic Games gold medallist had won silver and bronze medals at her previous four world appearances since 2011.

Ospreys Flex Their Muscles And Seize The European Prize

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Bluebirds Aim To Clinch Trophy Double At Hillsborough

Cardiff City 2, Leeds United 1 Craig Bellamy's Bluebirds are on course for a trophy double. Cardiff City’s youth team won the Professional Development Under-18 League South - and now they are through to the play-off final. Former Liverpool, Manchester City and Cardiff striker Bellamy is not currently in charge of the team,... Read More

Five-Star Under-18 Bluebirds Too Hot For Burnley

Cardiff City 5, Burnley 1 The young Bluebirds are back on top in the Professional Under-18 Development League. They moved above Ipswich Town thanks to a 5-1 home win against Burnley, while the boys from Suffolk crashed 4-0 against Sheffield United. Cardiff City have completed their regular season fixtures and are two points... Read More

Welsh Ace Kieron Fires Goal Double For Bluebirds

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

Dan's The Man In Bluebirds' AwayDay Success

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

Youth League Leaders Bluebirds Suffer In Suffolk

Cardiff City’s under-18 team, leaders of their Professional Development League division, suffered a 2-1 defeat against Ipswich Town in Suffolk. Captain Sam Bowen fired the young Bluebirds in front at Playford Road, but Ipswich hit back to win thanks to goals from Lounes Foudil and Zak Brown. It was an eventful day... Read More

Teenage New Boys Danny, Aaron Make Bluebirds Debut

New signings Danny Williams and Aaron Bolger both made their Bluebirds debut in the 3-2 Professional Under-23 Development League defeat against Coventry City. They were sent on during the second half after Cardiff City found themselves 3-0 down inside the first half an hour. The fight-back was impressive and Cardiff showed great... Read More
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