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Archive: 1 Aug -


Andy King could make surprise return for Leicester City. -

I feel a part of things at Blues - Boaz Myhill. -

Midfielder Andy King has resumed training after his an Achilles problem. -

Freddy Eastwood rejoins Southend on loan from Coventry. -

Bristol City have recalled defender Christian Ribeiro from his loan spell at Scunthorpe. -

Midfielder Andy King has resumed training after his an Achilles problem. -

Bidding process for UEFA EURO 2020 decided. -

Craig Bellamy in Team GB frame for London Olympics. -

Adam Matthews dreaming of cup final appearance. -

Penalty hero Jason Brown reckons Aberdeen have upped the bar in recent weeks . -

Joe Ledley reckons treble is just reward for rejecting England. -

Wayne Hennessey hoping for an Oscar success.

Gareth Bale suffering from illness. -

Gareth Bale needs protecting. -

Steve Morison knows what he means. -

Gareth Bale faces up to three weeks out after suffering Grade 1 hamstring tear. -

Forest tell Norwich to pay up for
Chris Gunter. -

Lewin Nyatanga is all set to play through the pain. -

Aaron Ramsey urges Craig Bellamy to consider future. -

Craig Bellamy will take the hand of one of Gary Speed’s sons, Ed, on Wednesday. -

Ben Turner on Wales manager Chris Coleman's radar. -

Chris Gunter wants fitting tribute. -

Verheijen exit will not affect us, insists Joe Allen. -

Jack Collison aims to make Gary Speed proud. -

Sam Vokes unsure of Wolves future. -

Chris Gunter confident of survival. -

Steve Morison - The New Scapegoat? -

Jason Brown today revealed he is willing to sign a new deal with Aberdeen FC now. -

Adam Matthews has faith. -

Wales hopeful that
Craig Bellamy extends international career. -

Joe Allen hopes to return at weekend. -

Ched Evans has set himself a new target of 30 goals this season. -

Ched Evans wants to remain a Sheffield United player when his contract expires this summer. -

Neil Taylor interview. -

FAW to investigate eligibility of Celtic striker
Gary Hooper. -

Barnsley set to sign winger David Cotterill. -

Jason Brown says he is back in love with football after Pittodrie switch. -

Inaugural UKFA
Gary Speed symposium called off to raise funds. -

Cardiff City's
Ben Turner cool on possible call-up. -

Shaun Macdonald hoping to be part of Welsh plans. -

Craig Bellamy is agonising about whether to retire from international football. -

David Vaughan out with an ankle injury. -

Brighton are poised to seal the signing of centre forward
Sam Vokes from Wolves. -

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has played down concerns over the fitness of star midfielder
Gareth Bale. -

Dave Edwards aims to hit the goal trail. -

Danny Collins could yet have a future at Stoke City Football Club. -

Gary Speed inquest to be held on Monday. -

Greek club Larissa sue FAW over Chris Coleman. -

Sam Ricketts appears to have an extra spring in his step these days. -

Sam Ricketts: 'Verheijen is one of the best coaches in the world'. -

Mr Versatile
Hal Robson-Kanu is happy to play anywhere in attack for Reading. -

Chris Coleman tells Craig Bellamy: Wales needs you. -

The first casualty of Chris Coleman's reign as manager is expected to be national-team assistant coach
Raymond Verheijen. -

Leicester are waiting to discover the extent of
Andy King's Achilles injury. -

Jack Collison named in a provisional squad ahead for Team GB. -

Sam Vokes happy with his spell at Burnley. -
Craig Bellamy ready to quit Wales after row over new boss. -

Sam Ricketts would love Ryan Giggs to be installed as Gary Speed’s successor as Wales manager. -

Chris Coleman set for talks with Welsh FA. -

Adam Matthews, I don't think about transfer rumours. -

Chris Coleman set to succeed Speed as Wales boss with backroom team to remain. -

The inaugural UK Football Academy symposium, has been renamed the Gary Speed Football Congress. -

John Hartson interest in job. -

Juventus would love to take Gareth Bale at the end of the season. -

David Cotterill leaves Swansea with contract cancelled. -

Sam Vokes future is up in the air. -

Tony Pulis is offering to manage Wales for their Gary Speed tribute game against Costa Rica next month. -

Chris Coleman open to Wales manager job talks. -

Captain Aaron Ramsey claims he has not been consulted by the FAW over their search for a new manager. -

Fergie refuses to let
Ryan Giggs be Wales boss. -

Fit again
Sam Ricketts is raring to go. -

Neil Taylor has admitted he’s “flattered” by reported interest from Arsenal. -

The future of the
Carling Nations Cup is in doubt. -

A high price to pay for cashing in on costly
Ched Evans. -

Dave Edwards aim is to stay fit for new year. -

Osian Roberts admits job worry if FAW appoints outside candidate. -

Gareth Bale has backed assistants Raymond Verheijen and Osian Roberts to remain part of Wales' managment set-up. -

FAW to delay search for Gary Speed's successor. -

Jason Brown is desperate to stay Dons No1 and keep alive his Welsh World Cup dream. -

Bryan Flynn insists he had no doubt
Adam Matthews would become a star at Celtic . -

Gareth Bale loving the freedom of playing more centrally. -

Sam Vokes is an asset to Burnley. -

Darcy Blake going nowhere in January. -

Ryan Giggs No1 choice to replace Gary Speed. -

Adam Matthews admits driving without insurance. -

English fan jailed for three years after killing
Wales supporter at Wembley. -

Wales finish year as highest climbers in FIFA's rankings. -

Aberdeen goalie Jason Brown wants to keep No1 spot. -

Sam Ricketts on the right path in recovery from Achilles injury. -

Team GB begins recruiting footballers for London 2012. -

David Edwards new injury blow? -

Chase on for
Simon Church. -

Christian Ribeiro eye Robins recall. -

Sam Vokes hoping to impress Wolves. -

Chris Coleman hardly expected life in Greece to be straightforward. -

Simon Davies ready for Fulham return. -

Jack Collison enjoying his role back in the West Ham side. -

Andrew Crofts calls for Speed tribute. -

Ched Evans goals were for Gary Speed. -

High-flying Adam Matthews keeps feet on the ground. -

Celtic suffer Joe Ledley injury blow. -

Owain Tudur Jones revealed that Gary Speed planned to watch him in Caley Thistle colours this season. -

Barca scouts track Gareth Bale. -

Unstoppable Ched Evans leads United’s promotion push. -

Kenny Dalglish salutes Craig Bellamy. -

Andy King says Leicester City must hit top form. -

John Toshack sent his deepest sympathies and condolences to the family of Gary Speed. -

Adam Matthews is accused of driving without insurance.. -

Gareth Bale vow over Speed's revolution. -

Taking Brian Stock on loan. -

Ched Evans has silenced the critics. -

Gareth Bale hopes Wales can negotiate a favourable outcome when the 2014 World Cup qualifying fixtures are determined in Brussels on Wednesday .-

Sam Vokes Burney loan move. -

Ipswich Town and West Brom are eyeing central defender Darcy Blake. -

Danny Collins facing big decision in January. -

Ashley Williams enjoying rollercoaster ride. -

Gareth Bale admits interest from Barcelona is a huge temptation. -

Gareth Bale puts Wales before playing at 2012 Olympics. -

David Vaughan won’t be rushed back. -

Liverpool coach full of praise for Craig Bellamy. -

Brendan Rodgers has thanked Gary Speed for omitting
Neil Taylor. -

Jon Williams has suffered a broken leg whilst playing for the U21s. -

Ben Turner would welcome selection in Speed's squad. -

Christian Ribeiro targeting clean sheet at Sheffield United. -

John Oster out for three months. -

Paul Parry is enjoying a new lease of life at Preston after being moved from left-wing to full-back. -

Danny Wilson is surprised striker Ched Evans was excluded from Gary Speed's senior Wales squad last weekend. -

Sepp Blatter saddened by Alun Evans passing. -

An Englishman has admitted killing a
Wales fan outside Wembley Stadium before a Euro 2012 qualifier between the two teams. -

More to come from
Ched Evans. -

Crystal Palace to offer Lewis Price new deal. -

Gareth Bale salutes Gary Speed's Wales revival -

Sam Ricketts is poised to step up his return to first team action after the weekend-

David Edwards admits he is relieved to be back to full fitness-

Aaron Ramsey backs Wales for World Cup qualification. -

Aaron Ramsey has assured fans he will not play for Great Britain at the Olympics if it threatens Wales' international footballing independence. -

Bristol Rovers boost FA chances with Andy Dorman loan signing. -

Jack Collison in the mood to score more goals. -

Danny Collins has withdrawn from the squad after his fiance gave birth to a son, their first baby. -

Sam Ricketts is closing in on his comeback.  -

Danny Collins back in Welsh squad for Norway game. -

Wayne Hennessey insists he will be unfazed by his error that led to Manchester City's first goal -

I can help build bright new future for Arsenal, says
Aaron Ramsey. -

Gareth Bale has risked upsetting some Welsh football fans by becoming the first player to pose in a British Olympic team. -

Jermaine Easter
 is anxious to seize his second chance of dream date. -Neville Southall believes

- John Toshack deserves some credit for Wales' recent revival. -
- Hal Robson-Kanu has told Team GB football boss Stuart Pearce that he would jump at the chance to play in the London 2012 Olympics. -
-Manager's dream Craig Bellamy fights for regular starting berth. -[25 Oct 11 08:06]
- David Vaughan looking to brighter times. -
- Rob Earnshaw says players must put the future of the Wales football team ahead of playing for Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics. -
- Jarmo Matikainen's hopes for Women's Football in Wales.

- Getting the goals is no trouble for model pro Ched Evans. -
- Joe Allen says he hopes the Football Association of Wales changes its stance and support the Great Britain Olympic football team. -
- Jonathan Williams picked up his League Football Education trophy from Dougie Freedman last night after being named September's Apprentice of the Month. -

- England are ready to snatch Wales’ teenage star Jonathan Williams from under the nose of Gary Speed. -
- A fine individual goal from Jermaine Easter have Eagles soaring. -

- Alex McLeish is hoping
James Collins will be fit for Aston Villa's clash with West Brom.

- Aaron Ramsey says there is still room for improvement despite Wales' 1-0 win in Bulgaria. -
- Norwich City boss Paul Lambert hails Steve Morison. -
 Joe Allen keen to keep hold of the shirt. -
- Danny Collins happy at Ipswich. -
- John Hartson hits out as former Wales international. -
Chris Gunter is backing his side to claim third spot in Euro 2012 qualification Group G
. -

- Craig Bellamy excited by potential -
- The Home Nations have been warned "nothing is eternal in life" -
Jonathan Williams could become Palace’s youngest-ever full international cap
. -
Aaron Ramsey is calling for a strong finish to his side's Euro 2012 qualifying campaign
. -

- Craig Bellamy in racism inquest after he endured anti-Welsh taunts. -
- David Edwards has revealed how his injury hell left him in such a “dark place. -
- Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale are en route to becoming record. -
- Ashley Williams says the possibility of suffering racial abuse during his team's final Euro 2012 qualifier in Sofia doesn't matter. -
James Collins rubbishes Welsh withdraw rumours. -
James Collins has spelt out his desire to sign a new contract at Aston Villa. -
- The rise and rise of Jonathan Williams. -

Freddy Eastwood has been told he is surplus to requirements at Coventry.
James Collins Villa check injury
Gareth Bale wants to have no flaws in his game. -
Joe Ledley was allegedly attacked outside a Glasgow city centre nightclub. -
Lewin Nyatanga first-team regular. -
Sam Vokes wants to take his chance. -

- David Edwards makes his long-awaited comeback against Millwall in the Carling Cup. -
Danny Gabbidon makes speedy recovery and could shake off knee problem in time to face Villa. -
David Vaughan’s midfield challenge. -
Neil Taylor - I'll Be Fine To Face Chelsea. -
Gareth Bale happy at Spurs and ready to snub January offers. -
James Collins offered new Aston Villa deal. -
Boaz Myhill believes he is a far better keeper after just six weeks on loan at Birmingham. -
James Collins reacts well -
- Two medals won by late great
John Charles have sold at auction. -
Ched Evans is now “fully focused” on football. -
Danny Collins says his fitness levels aren’t too bad. -
- Someone is in for a real hiding, says midfielder
Andy King. - 
Craig Bellamy backed by Dalglish. -
- Ipswich Town are closing in on the loan signing of defender
Danny Collins. -
Aaron Ramsey has warned the world that Wales -
Neil Taylor supports Speed's revolution. -
- Don’t Worry,
Rob Earnshaw. -
Ched Evans close to return -
Simon Church raring to go -
Danny Collins has been left out of Stoke’s 25-man Premier League squad. -
David Edwards back after injury -
David Cotterill will have to go out on loan. -
Craig Bellamy returns to Liverpool -
Andrew Crofts eyeing Wembley showdown. - 
Craig Bellamy to stay - 
James Collins secret to Villa success. - 
Ched Evans has appeared in crown court. - 
Craig Bellamy says 'yes' to Spurs. -
Neal Eardley finds himself an outcast -
Craig Bellamy shock return to Liverpool -
Andrew Crofts eager to tackle ex-flatmate Terry. -
Neal Eardley pens new deal. -
Sam Vokes glad to be back -
David Vaughan backs Sunderland system . -
Jason Brown out to stake his claim. -
- Swansea accept bid for
Shaun MacDonald. -
Simon Church set to return from injury. -
Robson-Kanu pushing for starting spot. -
Lewin Nyatanga learning all the time. -
Steve Morison: Norwich’s answer to Rocky. -
Owain Tudur Jones faces surgery for knee problem. -
Vokes and Edwards return -
- Doubts over
Craig Bellamy deal -
- Bruised and battered
Steve Morison was singled out for special praise. -
Gareth Bale is looking to prove he's back to his lethal best -
- Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes signing
Craig Bellamy is still an option -
Jack Collison has signed a new long-term contract at WHU -
- Craig Bellamy prepared for life as Manchester City outcast -
Ashley Williams signs new Swansea deal. - 
Adam Matthews - Having pal Joe Ledley at Celtic has helped me. - 
- Both
David Edwards and Sam Vokes return to training -
Neil Taylor eager to impress -
- Stop “slaughtering”
Neal Eardley -
Robert Earnshaw criticises ratings -8 Aug 11 20:32
James Collins fit for Fulham? -
John Toshack new Macedonia manager -
Aaron Ramsey should play Cesc role -
Brian Stock eager for return -  
- Danny Gabbidon happy at QPR -
- Sunderland are hoping to take
Craig Bellamy on loan. -
Neal Eardley misses opening match -
Robbie Savage Wales can make 2014 -
BOA confident Team GB dispute will end -
Danny Gabbidon  Twitter warning -
Jack Collison confident -
- No targets for 
Steve Morison -
Stoke reject Ipswich offer for Collins -3 Aug 11 16:15
Jones thrilled with Wigan move -3 Aug 11 16:15
Arron has Wales ambition -3 Aug 11 09:28
Battle for Bellamy -3 Aug 11 09:28
Tough choice on Welsh pair -2 Aug 11 10:02
Giggs over recent hiccup -1 Aug 11 16:58
Bellamy rules out Bhoys -1 Aug 11 16:48
Vaughan call up -30 Jul 11 19:52
Williams keen on new deal -31 Jul 11 12:26
Collison inspired -


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