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    NEWS: No improved Gunter offer, other news
    Friday 8th June 2012

    Photo linked from empicsReading are unlikely to pursue their interest in defnder Chris Gunter. Read more......

    Nottingham Forest fight to hang on to Chris Gunter. Read more......

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    RANKINGS: Latest update - Up 3 places
    Wednesday 6th June 2012

    June 6 2012: Up 3 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 38th. Points now 658 (+23 points since last month).

    updated: Wed, 6 Jun, 2012 10:35 UK. 



    May 9 2012: no change in latest World rankings, Wales now 41st. Points now 635 (0 points since last month).

    Apr 11 2012: up 7 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 41st. Points now 635 (+55 points since last month).

    Mar 7 2012: Down 6 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 48th. Points now 580 (-55 points since last month).


    Feb 15 2012: Up 7 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 42nd. Points now 635 (+44 points since last month).

    Jan 18 2012: Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 49th. Points now 591 (0 points since last month).

    Dec 21 2011: Up 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 48th. Points now 591 (0 points since last month).

    Nov 23 2011: Down 5 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 50th. Points now 591 (-28 points since last month).

    Oct 19 2011: Up 45 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 45th. Points now 619 (+245 points since last month).

    OCT: UEFA Zonal rankings

    Sep 21 2011: Up 27 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 90th. Points now 374 (+123 points since last month).

    Aug 24 2011: Down 5 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 117th. Points now 251 (-22 points since last month).

    Jul 27 2011: Up 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 112th. Points now 273 (0 points since last month).

    Jun 29 2011: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 114th. Points now 273 (+15 points since last month).

    May 18 2011: Up 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 114th. Points now 258 (0 points since last month).

    Apr 13 2011: Up 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 115th. Points now 258 (+7 points since last month).

    Mar 9 2011: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 116th. Points now 251 (-10 points since last month).

    Feb 2 2011: Down 3 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 116th. Points now 261 (no change since last month).

    Jan 12 2011: Down 1 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 113th. Points now 261 (no change since last month).

    Dec 15 2010: Down 1 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 112th. Points now 261 (-12 change since last month).

    Nov 20 2010: Down 7 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 111th. Points now 273 (-46 change since last month).

    Oct 20 2010: Down 20 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 104th. Points now 319 (-63 change since last month).

    Sep 15 2010: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 84th. Points now 382 (+16 change since last month).

    Jul 14 2010: Down 7 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 84th. Points now 366 (-49 change since last month).

    May 26 2010: Down 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 77th. Points now 415 (-14 change since last month).

    April 28 2010: Up 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 75th. Points now 429 (+13 change since last month).

    March 31 2010: Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 77th. Points now 416 (-4 change since last month).

    March 3 2010: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 76th. Points now 420 (0 change since last month).

    February 3 2010: Up 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 76th. Points now 420 (0 change since last month).

    December 16 2009: Up 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 77th. Points now 420 (-7pts change since last month).

    November 20 2009: Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 79th. Points now 427 (+9pts change since last month).

    October 16 2009: Down 11 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 78th. Points now 418 (-63pts change since last month).

    September 02 2009: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 67th. Points now 481 (-13pts change since last month).

    August 05 2009: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 67th. Points now 494 (0pts change since last month). 

    July 01 2009: Up 7 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 67th. Points now 494 (26pts change since last month).

    June 2009: Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 74th. Points now 468 (0pts change since last month).

    May 2009: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 73rd. Points now 468 (0pts change since last month).

    April 2009: Down 5 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 73rd. Points now 468 (-13pts change since last month).

    March 2009: Down 3 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 68th. Points now 481 (-22pts change since last month).

    February 2009: Down 5 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 65th. Points now 503 (-19pts change since last month).

    January 2009: No change in latest World rankings, Wales now 60th. Points now 522 (0 pts change since last month).

    December 2008: Up 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 60th. Points now 522 (4 pts change since last month).

    November 2008: Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 62nd. Points now 518 (0 pts change since last month).

    Down 8 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 61st. Points now 518 (-31 pts since last month).

    Down 2 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 53rd. Points now 549 (-29 pts since last month)

    Up 3 places in latest World rankings, Wales now 51st. Points now 578 (no change since last month)

    Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 54th. Points now 578 (no change since last month)

    Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales now 53rd. Points now 578 (down 19pts since last month) -4-Jun-08

    No change in latest World rankings, Wales still 52nd. Points now 597 (no change since last month) -May-08

    Up 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales up to 52nd. Points now 597 (up 17pts since last month) -9-Apr-08

    Up 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales up to 53rd. Points now 580 (down 5pts since last month) - 12-Mar-08

    Up 4 places in latest World rankings, Wales up to 54th. Points now 585 (up 25pts since last month) - 13-Feb-08

    Down 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales down to 58th. Points now 560 (no change since last month) - 16-Jan-08

    Up 1 place in latest World rankings, Wales up to 57th. Points now 560 (no change since last month) - 17-Dec-07

    No change in latest World rankings, Wales remain in 58th. Points now 560 (up 39 pts since since last month) -23-Nov-07

    Down 5 places in latest World rankings, Wales down to 58th. Points now 521 (down 30 pts since last month) -24-Oct-07

    Up 21 places in latest World rankings, Wales up to 53rd. Points now 551 (up 123 pts since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 19-Sep-07

    No change in latest World rankings, Wales stay 74th. Points now 428 (up 1 since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 22-Aug-07

    Up 1 in latest World rankings, Wales up to 74th. Points now 427 (no change since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 18-Jul-07

    No change in latest World rankings, Wales remain 75th. Points now 427 (up 4 since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 13-Jun-07

    Wales are down 1 place to 75th in latest World rankings. Points now 423 (no change since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 16-May-07

    Wales up 3 places to 74th in latest World rankings. Points now 423 (up 3 since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 18-Apr-07

    Wales down 2 places to 77th in latest World rankings. Points now 419 (down 1 since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 14-Mar-07

    Wales down 1 place to 75th in latest World rankings. Points now 420 (down 8 since last month) - dragonsoccer.co.uk 14-Feb-07

    Wales down 1 place to 74th in latest World rankings. - dragonsoccer.co.uk 17-Jan-07

    No change in latest World rankings. - dragonsoccer.co.uk 18-Dec-06

    Wales up 4 places in latest World rankings to 73rd. - dragonsoccer.co.uk 22-Nov-06

    Wales down 15 places in latest World rankings to 77th. - dragonsoccer.co.uk 18-Oct-06

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    SEMI PRO: International Challenge Trophy 2011-2013
    Tuesday 5th June 2012


    Wales Semi Pro: photo linked from prppagandaWALES MATCHES.
    Norway 4 Wales 0.

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    Wales Semi-Pro manager, Terry Boyle has named the squad for the International Challenge Trophy match against Norway.

    Game set to be played on Tuesday 5th June 2012 at the Stadium in Mjondalen, Norway.

    Update: Tom Roberts (replaced by Lee Evans - Newport County), Connell Rawlinson (replaced by Toby Jones - Neath FC), Marc Williams (replaced by Jack Lewis - Neath FC).

    Original Wales squad:
    Steve Cann - Aberystwyth Town
    Lee Idzi - Bangor City

    Kai Edwards - Neath FC
    Andrew Hughes - Newport County
    Ryan Edwards - Airbus UK
    Tom Roberts - The New Saints
    Connell Rawlinson - The New Saints

    Richard Dorman - Seinajoen Jalkapallokerho (Finland)

    James Owen - Barrow FC
    Jack Mackreth - Barrow FC
    Chris Jones - Neath FC
    Aeron Edwards - The New Saints
    Scott Barrow - Tamworth FC
    Alex Darlington - The New Saints

    Marc Williams - Chester FC
    Luke Bowen - Neath FC
    Craig Moses - Llanelli FC
    Jordan Follows - Llanelli FC

    Stand by players:
    Shaun Pearson - Barrow FC
    Chris Maxwell - Unattached
    Ashley Evans - Llanelli FC
    Keri Morgan - Neath FC
    Luke Cummings - Neath FC
    Toby Jones - Neath FC
    Curtis McDonald - Forest Green Rovers
    Jack Lewis - Neath FC
    .

    Group B Results and Fixtures:


    Estonia v Norway. (11/16th October 2012)
    Wales v Turkey. (11/16th October 2012 - TBC by the FAW)

    Norway 4 Wales 0.
    Turkey 5 Estonia 0.

    Norway 1 Turkey 1.
    Estonia 1 Wales 2.

    Group Table

      Teams P W D L F A +/- Pts
    1 Turkey Turkey 2 1 1 0 6 1 +5 4
    2 Norway Norway

    2

    1

    1

    0

    5

    1

    +4

    4

    3 Wales Wales 1 1 0 1 2 5 -3 3
    4 Estonia Estonia 2 0 0 2 1 7 -6 0




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    YOUNG GUNS: Cornell eyes loan deal
    Tuesday 5th June 2012

    Photo linked from faw.org.ukGoalkeeper David Cornell is eyeing another loan spell as he bids to increase competition at his club Swansea City

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    UNDER 21: Wales v Armenia
    Sunday 3rd June 2012

    Wales Under 21WALES v ARMENIA.









    Group 3 UEFA Under 21 qualifier to be played on Wednesday 15th August 2012. More info to follow.....

    - GROUP 3 DETAILS

    posted: Sun, 3 Jun, 2012 15:50 UK.

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    NEWS: Hennessey slog, Bale future, other news
    Saturday 2nd June 2012






    Wayne

    Wayne Hennessey fired up for a summer slog. -

    Gareth Bale considers future. -

    Forest face mounting pressure to keep Chris Gunter. -

    Reading join race to sign Chris Gunter. -

    Jason Brown plans to see out rest of his Aberdeen. -

    Aaron Ramsey keen to impress. -

    Steve Morison:Craig Bellamy wants to get Wales to the World Cup for Speed. -

    David Edwards targets immediate Premier League return. -

    Danny Gabbidon maintains ambition under new boss Coleman. -

    Ashley Williams Mexico mission. -


    Jason Brown out to impress in US. -

    Angel Rangel would 'consider' Wales call-up. -

    Jack Collison is rated 50/50 to be fit. -

    Jack Collison has been taken to hospital with a shoulder injury. -

    Steve Morison provided perfect answer to critics. -

    Dave Edwards: Wolves players are 'ashamed'. -

    Joe Ledley has no intention of putting his feet up in the final weeks of the season. -

    Aaron Ramsey could suffer lasting damage if the moaners win. -

    Wayne Hennessey could be out for up to nine months. -

    Don't expect Craig Bellamy decision before end of season
    . -

    Wales stars CAN play in Olympics. -

    Sam Vokes still a target. -

    Adam Matthews: Wants to play at the highest level. -

    Ched Evans allowed to shoot for 2012 Olympic gold. -

    Gareth Bale: I snubbed Man United move. -

    Robbie Savage backing for Chirs Coleman. -

    Swansea City consider 5m move for James Collins. -


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    UNDER 17: Wales v Liechtenstein
    Thursday 31st May 2012

    Wales Under 17U17 FRIENDLY
    The Under 17s will take on Liechtenstein in a friendly international on Wednesday 19th September 2012.

    It will be the first time that the two nations have met at this level. Match set to be played in South Wales

    The match is in preparation for the UEFA qualifiers that will take place in October in Estonia. Also in the group are England and Northern Ireland. Fixtures set to be played on 21st, 23rd and 26th October 2012.

    posted: Thu, 31 May, 2011 07:54 UK.

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    YOUNG GUNS: Hewitt move, Ogleby hopes, other news
    Thursday 31st May 2012

    Photo linked from uefa.comElliott Hewitt set to sign for Ipswich Town within 24 hours.

    Robert Ogleby hopes to make his mark.

    Billy Bodin likely to reject Swindon?.

    Team mate tips Elliott Hewitt for the top.

    Jonathan Williams has signed a new deal to stay with Crystal Palace.

    Christian Ribeiro hoping for a chance.

    Kieron Freeman keen on County return.

    Rhys Taylor would consider Rotherham United stay.

    The return of Crystal Palace's Welsh wunderkid Jon Williams.

    Elliott Hewitt will miss the rest of the season after undergoing hip surgery.

    Adam Henley undecided over Wales future.

    Lee Lucas back to lead Brewers' young guns.

    I want to learn my trade from former striker Mark McGhee. Eliot Richards.

    Jon Williams: I'll never forget win over Brighton.

    Exeter's footballing mantra is a perfect fit for Jake Taylor.


    Jake Howells helps raise Welsh spirits on emotional night.

    Michael Doughty has signed for Aldershot on an initial month-long loan deal.

    Paul Dummett loaned to Gateshead.

    Wales looking at Aryn Williams.

    Jonathan Bond from Watford. joins Dagenham on loan.


    Boss hails
    Jake Howells' Wales U21 call-up.

    Ryan Doble has returned to his parent club following the end of his one-month loan spell with Bury.

    Notts County extend loan of Nottingham Forest's
    Kieron Freeman.

    Billy Bodin has reiterated his desire to stay at Swindon beyond this season.

    Billy Bodin to be offered new contract.

    Jonathan Williams up for Football League Apprentice of the Year.

    Lee Lucas is likely to miss Burton Albion’s next three games due to injury.

    Shrewsbury manager Graham Turner has backed
    Tom Bradshaw .

    Tragic news for
    Michael Doughty.


    Chris Maxwell has been urged by Brian Flynn to win back his place.

    Ipswich Town were amongst a number of clubs at Kenilworth Road to watch 
    Jake Howells in action.

    Lee Lucas Burton loan deal.

    Bury are lining up a loan deal for Ryan Doble.

    Notts County have signed defender
    Kieron Freeman on a one-month emergency loan deal.

    Billy Bodin wants to make most of 'fresh start'.

    Chase on for
    James Wilson.

    Christian Ribeiro will sign a two-month loan deal with Scunthorpe United on Friday. 

    Aldershot loan for
    Troy Brown.

    Rhys Taylor loan move to Rotherham.

    Christian Ribeiro unsure of future.

    Jonathan Williams has thanked fans for their support as he works his way back to full fitness.

    Macclesfield manager Gary Simpson believes Elliott Hewitt could become the next Gareth Bale .

    Paolo Di Canio wants Billy Bodin to return to Swindon when his loan spell at Torquay ends.

    Tom Bradshaw believes his Wales under-21 commitments can actually help his Shrewsbury Town career.

    Exeter have extended the loan spell of Reading forward Jake Taylor until December 31.

    David Cornell to take part in a walking trip.

    Boss praise for
    Tom Bradshaw.

    Mansfield Town sign U21 defender Kieron Freemanon loan.

    Casey Thomas has joined League One side Colchester United.

    Carlisle United have signed Christian Ribeiro on loan.


    Hereford loan deal for
    Richard Peniket.

    Under-21 international
    Jazz Richards says he is delighted to have extended his stay at the Liberty Stadium.


    Jake Howells having to deal with club versus country issues.

    Jake Taylor has had his loan deal extended by a month.


    Can non league save Nathan Craig's football career?.

    James Wilson has signed a new three-year contract at Bristol City.

    Grant Basey has joined Wycombe on a month's loan.

    Tom Bender serious injury.

    Tom Bradshaw extends Shrewsbury Town contract. .

    Football League clubs look at Under 21 international
    Jake Howells. .

    Chelsea are reportedly keeping tabs on Crystal Palace midfield starlet Jon Williams. .

    Jonathan Williams has signed a new contract at Crystal Palace. .

    Tom Bender Accrington loan. .

    Dons have signed up youngster Max Noble. .

    Billy Bodin joins Torquay on loan until January. .

    Elliott Hewitt interest from big clubs. .


    Hereford have signed David Cornell on a month-long loan deal. .

    Elliott Chamberlain Stockport short-term loan deal.
    .

    Ryan Doble loan switch. .

    Jake Howells’ debut for Wales Under-21s on Wednesday has cast a ray of light over a controversial week. .

    Aaron Oakley summoned for Under 19 duty. .

    Ryan Williams to make Pompey impact. .

    Billy Bodin not a loan - Swindon look to keep U21 star. .


    updated: Thu, 31 May, 2012 18:27 UK.
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    MANAGEMENT: Coleman goal, other news
    Tuesday 29th May 2012

    Wales Under 17Chris Coleman's next goal is learning Welsh.

    Chris Coleman in the dark over Craig Bellamy future.

    Chris Coleman hopeful over Wayne Hennessey.

    Brian Flynn set to leave coaching role.

    Chris Coleman has spoken of his desire to create a new chapter in the history of the national side.

    Chris Coleman: Bale good enough to be Real Madrid's next Galactico.

    Chris Coleman is set to be a bearer at the funeral of his former coach .

    Chris Coleman said Newport is the “new home of Welsh football”.

    Chris Coleman disappointed by Raymond Verheijen's exit.

    Chris Coleman thanks "mature" Craig Bellamy for help.

    Jarmo Matikainen sets out agenda for Wales.

    Osian Roberts knows emotions will be running high when Wales meet Costa Rica .

    Chris Coleman hopeful on Bellamy.

    Chris Coleman is keen for Raymond Verheijen to be part of his backroom staff after holding talks with the outspoken Dutchman.

    Coach Raymond Verheijen accuses 'disrespectful' Welsh FA.

    Osian Roberts confident over Raymond Verheijen's Wales role.

    Osian Roberts hopeful over Craig Bellamy future.

    Chris Coleman plans Craig Bellamy Wales talks.

    Chris Coleman plans talks with coach Raymond Verheijen.

    Brian Flynn backs Wrexham FC’s new signings Daniel Alfei and Rob Ogleby.

    Chris Coleman has revealed former Wales team-mate Kit Symons will become part of the manager's back-room staff.


    LISTEN: Chris Coleman: I won’t make radical changes with Wales.

    Coach Osian Roberts says he has held "positive and constructive" talks with new manager Chris Coleman.

    Chris Coleman on the brutal reality of modern day football.

    Chris Coleman has reiterated that he left Larissa because of the Greek club's financial problems.


    VIDEO: Wales assistant manager Raymond Verheijen is still struggling to come to terms with Gary Speed's death.


    Wales assistant manager Raymond Verheijen criticises FAW.

    Raymond Verheijen has told TEAMtalk about his role as Wales assistant,.

    Full Speed ahead for towards Brazil.

    Brian Flynn hits back at Hereford director of football.

    Gary Speed praises matchwinner Bale.

    Gary Speed - Looking to keep a settled squad.

    Gary Speed has told Craig Bellamy: Your country still needs you. Big time.

    Joe Allen impresses boss
    Gary Speed.

    Gary Speed feels the belief garnered from recent performances is leading to improved consistency.

    Gary Speed is fuming after right-hand man Roden is banned.

    Gary Speed plays down James Collins reports.

    Gary Speed has warned his players to learn from history
    .

    Gary Speed casts his eye over The New Saints academy.

    Manager Gary Speed believes his side need to develop a mean streak.

    Gary Speed insists last season no fluke for star Bale. .

    Gary Speed has called on his players to be tougher on themselves. .

    Gary Speed opens new Chirk stand. .


    updated:
    Tue, 29 May, 2012 22:19 UK.
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    FRIENDLY: Mexico 2 Wales 0
    Sunday 27th May 2012

    Mexico v Wales: photo linked from yfrogMEXICO 2 WALES 0

    Wales line up:
    Brown, Matthews, Taylor,  Edwards, Gunter,  Williams, Allen, Bellamy,  Morison,  Ramsey,  Robson-Kanu.

    Subs:








    Out of the Mexico friendly are, Gareth Bale, Joe Ledley, Neal Eardley, Darcy Blake, David Vaughan and Lewis Price. All have minor injury concerns and it has been agreed that they will not travel.


    Called up are Owain Fon Williams, Joel Lynch, Ashley Richards, Adam Henley and Jermaine Easter.

    Squad have arrived in New York ahead of the game.





    Chris Coleman has named a 23-man squad for the Mexico friendly. Out injured are Wayne Hennessey, Boaz Myhill and Jack Collison.

    Also omitted are James Collins, Danny Gabbidon and Rob Earnshaw.

    Called up is defender Joel Lynch (Nottm Forest), he replaces Neal Eardley, Lynch qualifies through his Barry-born father. this to be confirmed by the FAW.

    FAW is awaiting the appropriate documentation from his family to confirm eligibility. Joel's father comes from Barry, but the FAW must receive paperwork (i.e. birth certificate) to confirm this.


    Original Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers:
    Jason Brown (Aberdeen, Lewis Price (Crystal Palace), Rhys Taylor (Chelsea).
     
    Defenders:
    Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Neil Taylor (Swansea City), Sam Ricketts (Bolton), Ashley Williams (Swansea City), Adam Matthews (Celtic), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Darcy Blake (Cardiff City).
     
    Midfielders:
    Joe Allen (Swansea City), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), Andrew Crofts (Norwich City), David Vaughan (Sunderland), Joe Ledley (Celtic), Andy King (Leicester City), David Edwards (Wolves).
     
    Forwards:
    Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur), Craig Bellamy (Liverpool), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), Steve Morison (Norwich City), Simon Church (Reading), Sam Vokes (Wolves).
     
    Players on stand by:
     
    Owain Fon Williams (Tranmere Rovers), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Rhoys Wiggins (Charlton Athletic), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), David Cotterill (Barnsley - released), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace).



    Mexico v Wales at the MetLife Stadium, Rutherford, New Jersey, New York, USA on Sunday 27th May 2012. Kick off 3pm local time (8pm UK).

    Chris Coleman will name the Wales squad this coming Thursday (10th May)at around 12:30pm....

    Match to be shown LIVE on S4C

    Manager Chris Coleman said: "This will be a great opportunity for the team to test themselves against one of the best teams from the Americas. Mexico has plenty of top-class players and the way that the side adapts to the different style of play of our opponents will be interesting to watch. I am very happy for us to secure the game as we continue our World Cup preparations.”


    This will be the third time that the two sides have met. The first was in the World Cup Finals group stage in Sweden in 1958 when the sides drew 1-1 (Ivor Allchurch scoring for Wales). Then, four years later in 1962, Wales concluded a tour that had seen them play twice in Brazil with a final match in Mexico City. That time Mexico had the upper-hand with a 2-1 win that saw Wales’s Cliff Jones sent-off. The Wales goal came from legend John Charles.

    The Wales squad will have had another reason to remember the stay in Mexico City as the area suffered an earth tremor whilst the team was staying there.

    For the Wales and Mexico, the game will be part of their respective build-up’s to the qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup 2014 qualifiers. Mexico will be playing four games in the USA as part of their preparations. They also face Venezuela, Columbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in Houston, Miami and Chicago respectively. Their coach is Jose Manuel de la Torre. The Mexicans can select players who are playing all over the world, as well as many who play domestically. Some of the ‘exiles’ include: Efrain Juarez (Celtic), Javier Hernandez (Manchester United), Giovani dos Santos (Tottenham Hotspur), Carlos Vela (Real Sociedad) and Andres Guardado (Deportivo La Coruna).

    Wales has played once before in the USA, playing the national side in San Jose, California in May 2003, losing 2-0. Mark Hughes was the manager at the time.

    It will be the fourth time that Wales has played a match in a ‘third country’: 2006 v Trinidad & Tobago in Austria and Brazil in England, plus 2009 v Poland in Portugal.

    The stadium has recently been renamed as the MetLife Stadium and is home to the NFL’s New York Giants and New York Jets. It has a capacity of more than 82,000 and will host the Super Bowl Final in 2014. Several international football matches have been hosted there, including USA v Brazil in 2010 and USA v Argentina in 2011.
    For more information on the MetLife Stadium, visit:

    www.metlifestadium.com

    information from faw.org.uk


     
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    2014 WORLD CUP: Group A friendly matches
    Saturday 26th May 2012

    2014 WORLD CUP FRIENDLY FIXTURES
    See who our Group A opponents are playing ahead of the 2014 campaign, starting in September 2012.


    15/08/2012: Belgium v Netherlands.
    15/08/2012: FYR Macedonia v Lithuania.
    15/08/2012: Serbia v Repblic of Ireland.
    15/08/2012: Scotland v Australia.
    15/08/2012: Switzerland v Croatia.
    15/08/2012: Wales v Bosnia.

    05/06/2012: Sweden 2 Serbia 1.

    02/06/2012: Norway 1 Croatia 1.
    02/06/2012: England 1 Belgium 0.

    31/05/2012: France 2 Serbia 0.
    29/05/2012: Angola 0 FYR Macedonia 0.

    27/05/2012: Mexico 2 Wales 0.

    26/05/2012: USA 5 Scotland 1.
    26/05/2012: Portugal 0 FYR Macedonia 0.
    26/05/2012: Spain 2 Serbia0.

    25/05/2012: Belgium 2 Montenegro 2.
    25/05/2012: Croatia 3 Estonia 1.

    29/02/2012: Croatia 1 Sweden 3.
    29/02/2012: Cyprus 0 Serbia 0.
    29/02/2012: Greece 1 Belgium 1.
    29/02/2012: Luxembourg 2 FYR Macedonia 1.
    29/02/2012: Slovenia 1 Scotland 1.
    29/02/2012: Wales 0 Costa Rica 1.

    28/02/2012: Armenia 0 Serbia 2.

    15/11/2011: France 0 Belgium 0.
    15/11/2011: FYR Macedonia 0 Albania 0.

    14/11/2011: Honduras 2 Serbia 0.

    11/11/2011: Cyprus 1 Scotland 2.
    11/11/2011: Mexico 2 Serbia 0.
    11/11/2011: Belgium 2 Romania 1.
    11/11/2011: Wales 4 Norway 1.

    Current Friendly Form Table.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Teams

    Played

    W

    D

    L

    F

    A

    Goal diff +/-

    Pts Won

    SerbiaBelgium

    5

    1

    3

    1

    5

    5

    0

    6

    SerbiaWales

    3

    1

    0

    2

    4

    4

    0

    3

    SerbiaScotland

    3

    1

    0

    2

    4

    7

    -3

    4

    SerbiaArmeniaFYR Macedonia

    4

    0

    3

    1

    1

    2

    -1

    3

    SerbiaSerbia

    7

    1

    1

    5

    3

    10

    -7

    4

    SerbiaCroatia

    3

    1

    1

    1

    5

    5

    0

    4

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    SCHOOLBOY: Wales U16 squad
    Tuesday 3rd April 2012

    U16 SQUAD
    Technical Director and U16 Team Manager Osian Roberts has named the U16 squad for the forthcoming matches against Switzerland and Belgium later this month.


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    UNDER 17: Elite round matches, Belgium 3 Wales 0
    Wednesday 28th March 2012

    Wales Under 17ELITE ROUND
    BELGIUM 3 WALES 0.
    GOALS:
    Dierckx 33, 60.
    Biscotti 65









    Wales line up:
    12.Louis Gray (Wrexham)
    2.Declan Dalley (Manchester United)
    3.Curtis Strong (Stoke City) (c)
    4.Lloyd Jones (Liverpool)
    5.Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City)
    6.Ross White (Wrexham)
    8.Miles John (Bristol City)
    9.Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City)
    11.Declan Weeks (Wovles)
    14.Luke (Chike) Kandi (Chelsea)
    18.Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City)

    Subs:
    1.Alex Lynch (Peterborough United), 7.Gethin Jones (Everton), 15.Jordan Evans (Wrexham), 16.Bradley Reid (Wrexham).


    HUNGARY (2) 5 WALES (0) 1.
    Further updates later.












    RUSSIA (1) 2 WALES (0) 1.
    GOALS:
    Yaschuk 29.
    Hill (62).
    Koryan (71).


    Wales subs: 
    Kandi on  for Yorwerth (76)
    Yorwerth on for Jones
    (41)
    O'Sullivan on for Reid (54)

    Further updates later.

    Other group results: Belgium 2 Hungary 2

    Group 7

    Teams P W D L F A +/- Pts
    1 Russia Russia 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
    2 Belgium Belgium 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1
    3 Hungary Hungary 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1
    4 Wales Wales 1 0 0 1 1 2 -1 0

    Russia v Wales : Kick off 2pm UK

    Wales line up:
    Alex Lynch (Peterborough United), Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City), Curtis Strong (Stoke City), Declan Dalley (Manchester United), Lloyd Jones (Liverpool), Gethin Jones (Everton) (Capt), Declan Weeks (Wolves), Bradley Reid (Wrexham), George Williams (MK Dons), Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City), Jordan Evans (Wrexham).

    Subs:
    Louis Gray (Wrexham), Josh Yorwerth (Cardiff City), Ross White (Wrexham), Miles John (Bristol City), Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City), Chike Kandi (Chelsea), Declan John (Cardiff City).



    Manager Brian Flynn has named the Under 17 Squad for the UEFA Elite Round matches.

    Wales squad:
    Alex Lynch (Peterborough United), Lois Gray (Wrexham), Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City), Lloyd Jones (Liverpool), Josh Yorwerth (Cardiff City), Declan Dalley (Manchester United), Curtis Strong (Stoke City), Jordan Williams (Liverpool), Gethin Jones (Everton), Tom O’Sullivan (Cardiff City), Declan Weeks (Wolves), Miles John (Bristol City), Bradley Reid (Wrexham), Jordan Evans (Wrexham), Declan John (Cardiff City), George Williams (MK Dons), Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City), Chike Kandi (Chelsea).

    Stand by players: 

    Adam Whitlock, Gareth Owen (Llanelli Academy), Bradley Wickham (Cardiff City), Joe Morrell (Bristol City), Josh Sheehan (Swansea City), Luke Williams (Swansea City), Rob Evans (Wrexham), Abdi Noor (Cardiff City), Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town), Callum Harris, Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra), Jay Bowen (Cardiff City), Peter Smith (Wolves), Kyle Copp (Swansea City), Jake Eyre (Everton), Tom Atyeo (Swansea City), Ross White (Wrexham).

    updated: Fri, 9 Mar, 2012 19:45 UK.



    The draw has been made at UEFA HQ in Nyon, Switzerland, for the Elite Round of the Under 17 UEFA Championship.

    The Under 17's, face a trip to Hungary to play the hosts, also in group 7 are Russia and Belgium. These matches will take place in March.

    Wales Fixtures:
    Friday 23rd March: Russia v Wales
    Sunday 25th March: Hungary v Wales
    Wednesday 28th March: Belgium v Wales

    Matches will be shared between the Grosics Stadium, Tatabnya and the Globall Football Park, Telki. The venues are to the North West of Budapest. Kick off times for Wales' matches have yet to be confirmed.

    updated: Tue, 31 Jan, 2012 12:32 UK.
    posted: Wed, 30 Nov, 2011 19:58 UK.

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    FAW: Press conference
    Friday 9th March 2012

    FAWPRESS CONFERENCE
    The Football Association of Wales will be holding a press conference in the European Suite at the Velodrome in Newport on Monday, March 12th, 2012 at mid-day.

    The conference will celebrate the success of the UEFA Grass Roots Charter and an announcement regarding the new National Development Centre in Newport.

    Present at the press conference will be the Chief Executive of the FAW, Jonathan Ford, the Wales manager Chris Coleman, the Welsh Football Trust Chief Executive, Neil Ward and the Technical Director Osian Roberts.

    info from the FAW
    posted: Fri 9, Mar 2012, 13:06 UK


     
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    SEMI PRO: International Challenge Trophy 2011-2013
    Sunday 4th March 2012

    Wales Semi Pro: photo linked from prppagandaWALES MATCHES.
    The Under-23 Semi-professional side have two other matches to play in the International Challenge Trophy.

    Having already won against Estonia last October Wales currently top the group. Also in Group B are Norway and Turkey.





    Group B Results and Fixtures:

    Estonia v Norway. (11/16th October 2012)
    Wales v Turkey. (11/16th October 2012 - TBC by the FAW)


    Norway v Wales. (5th June 2012 - TBC by the FAW)
    Turkey 5 Estonia 0.

    Norway 1 Turkey 1.
    Estonia 1 Wales 2.

    Group Table

      Teams P W D L F A +/- Pts
    1 Turkey Turkey 2 1 1 0 6 1 +5 4
    2 Wales Wales 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
    3 Norway Norway 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1
    4 Estonia Estonia 2 0 0 2 1 7 -6 0


    *
    Players from the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League and English Conference and below, who were born in or after 1988 are eligible for the squad, group winners
    will proceed to the Final. In Group B are Belgium, England, Italy and Russia

    posted:
     Sun, 4 Mar  2012 20:45 UK.


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    WOMEN: Under 19s v Portugal
    Sunday 4th March 2012

    WOMEN UNDER 19 SQUDD
    The Womens’ Under 19 side will play two matches in Portugal later this month.

    The matches are in preparation for the Elite Round of UEFA qualifiers, these to be held in England at the end of March / early April. In Wales’ group are hosts England, Austria and Finland.

    Portugal fixtures:
    Tuesday 13th March: Portugal v Wales (Castro Verde)
    Thursday 15th March: Portugal v Wales (Beja)

    Wales squad:
    Katy Maddock - Everton
    Alice Evans - Cardiff City FC
    Sophie Cole - Cardiff City Ladies FC
    Danielle Oates - Blackburn
    Lauren Price - Cardiff City Ladies FC
    Leanne Jones - Watford
    Lucy Thomas - Cardiff City FC
    Sophie Davies TNS
    Josie Green - Manchester City Ladies FC
    Hayley Ladd - Arsenal
    Ellis Parsons - University Of East Tennessee
    Megan Wynne - Watford
    Angharad James - Arsenal
    Amy Wathan - Cardiff City FC
    Bethan Woolley - Tranmere Rovers
    Ellie Curson - Bristol Academy
    Hannah Keryakoplis - Liverpool
    Amy Thrupp - Pilcs .

    Players on stand by:
    Gemma Jackson - Blackburn
    Molly Furnival-Dorant - Bristol Academy
    Alex George - Llanidloes
    Siobhan Walsh - Trefelin
    Lauren Hancock - Swansea City Ladies
    Chloe Tucker - Reading
    Jennifer Bury - Reading
    Rachel Hignett - Bristol Academy
    Emily Thomas - Tranmere
    Phoebe Davies - Everton
    Shanelle Edwards - Cardiff City FC
    Jordan Guard - Cardiff City FC
    Catherine Walsh - Trefelin
    Emma Jones - Reading.


    posted:
    Sun, 4 Mar, 2012 18:30 UK.


     

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    SCHOOLBOY: Wales 1 England 0
    Saturday 3rd March 2012

    Photo linked from faw.org.ukWALES WIN
    The Wales Under 18's schoolboys earned a great win over England at Haverfordwest.

    click here for more details.

    posted: Sat, 3 Mar, 2012 20:30 UK.


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    SCHOOLBOY: Under 16 squad
    Saturday 3rd March 2012

    WALES UNDER 16 SQUAD
    Boys Under 16 Team Manager Osian Roberts has announced the squad to attend a four day training camp which takes place in Cardiff from Tuesday 13 March to Friday 16 March.


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    WOMEN: Algarve Cup
    Saturday 3rd March 2012

    Photo linked from faw.org.uk








    WOMEN: Algarve Cup.

    RESULT: Hungary 1 Wales 2.

    RESULT: Republic of Ireland 0 Wales 0.

    RESULT: Portugal 0 Wales 1.



    Jarmo Matikainen has named his women's squad for the annual invitation Algarve Cup Tournament in Portugal.

    Wales will play four matches between the end of February and early March.

    Wales Fixtures:
    - Wednesday 29th February v Portugal in Parcah.
    - Friday 2nd March v Republic of Ireland in Ferreiras.
    - Monday 5th March v Hungary in VRS Antonio

    -Wednesday 7th March - A final positional match against another group opponent.

    The games will be ideal preparation for the next UEFA Women's Championships qualifier, that will be against France in Caen on Wednesday 4th April.

    Wales squad line up:
    Nicola Davies Rochdale
    Rhian Nokes Cardiff City Ladies
    Kylie Davies Chelsea
    Kayleigh Green Cardiff City Ladies
    Sophie Ingle Chelsea
    Nia Jones Cardiff City Ladies
    Hayley Ladd Arsenal
    Helen Bleazard Chelsea
    Katie Daley Chelsea
    Loren Dykes Bristol Academy
    Michelle Green Bristol Academy
    Angharad James Arsenal
    Jayne Ludlow Arsenal
    Jessica Fishlock Bristol Academy
    Sarah Wiltshire Watford
    Natasha Harding Bristol Academy
    Gwennan Harries Everton
    Hannah Keryakopolis Liverpool
    Helen Lander Chelsea
    Amie Lea Cardiff City Ladies

    Stand by players:
    Sophie Dando UWIC
    Danielle Oates Blackburn Rovers
    Lauren Price Cardiff City Ladies FC
    Lauren Townsend Cardiff City Ladies FC
    Erin Vaughan Aston Villa
    Sally Wade Barnet
    Josie Green Manchester City Ladies FC
    Laura May Walkley Bristol Academy
    Megan Wynne Watford
    Zoe Atkins Cardiff City Ladies
    Ellie Curson Bristol Academy
    Kate Edwards Wrexham
    Cheryl Foster Liverpool
    Emma Plewa Chelsea
    Stephanie Taylor Wrexham.


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    Mon, 20 Jan, 2012 11:40 UK.


     

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    UNDER 21: Wales 4 Andorra 0
    Wednesday 29th February 2012

    Wales Under 21: Photo linked from faw.org.ukWALES 4 ANDORRA 0
    GOALS:
    Bodin 22, 33.
    Vieira og 44.
    Doble 59.






    Two goals from Billy Bodin earned the Under 21s a comfortable 4-0 win in the UEFA Under-21 Championship Group 3 qualifier against Andorra.

    The impressive Bodin struck after the 22nd and 33rd minutes, his second strike a thunderous volley from inside the box.

    Wales were 3-0 up at half time when a David Stephens' header was diverted into the net by the unlucky Xavier Vieira. Ryan Doble added a fourth on the hour, firing home from an acute angle.

    Final score: Wales 4 Andorra 0.

    Att: 2,000 (source UEFA.com).

    Wales line up:
    1. Chris Maxwell, 2. Adam Henley, 3. Kieron Freeman, 4. Ashley Richards (Capt),5. David Stephens, 6. Troy Brown, 7. Billy Bodin, 8. Jake Howells, 9. Jake Cassidy, 10. Jake Taylor, 11. Ryan Doble

    Subs:
    12. Daniel Ward, 13. Joe Walsh, 14. Ashton Taylor, 15. Paul Dummett, 16. Tom Bradshaw, 17. Robert Ogleby, 18. Elliott Chamberlain.

    Group 3

    Teams P W D L F A +/- Pts
    1 Czech Republic Czech Republic 4 3 1 0 12 1 11 10
    2 Wales Wales 6 3 1 2 7 4 3 10
    3 Montenegro Montenegro 5 3 0 2 13 6 7 9
    4 Armenia Armenia 5 2 2 1 6 4 2 8
    5 Andorra Andorra 6 0 0 6 0 23 -23 0


    TEAM NEWS:
    Rhys Taylor, Tom Bender, Lee Lucas and Elliott Hewitt have withdrawn due to injury. Called up are Danny Ward (Liverpool), Ashton Taylor (Tranmere Rovers), Joe Walsh (Swansea City) and Paul Dummett (Newcastle United).

    The Under 21 squad will have a media session on Tuesday 28th February at 1.30pm. Ashley Richards will captain the side.

    - Flynn: Prepares to face Andorra 
    - sportinglife.com

    Wales squad:
    Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), Rhys Taylor (Chelsea) (loan Rotherham United).

    Tom Bender (Colchester United) (loan Accrington), Troy Brown (Rotherham United) (loan Aldershot Town), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest) (loan Notts County), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), David Stephens (Hibernian).

    Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Ryan Doble (Southampton) (loan Bury), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), Jake Howells (Luton Town), Lee Lucas (Swansea City (loan Burton Albion).

    Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), Robert Ogleby (Wrexham), Jake Taylor (Reading) (loan Exeter City).

    Stand by players:
    Jonathan Bond (Watford), David Cornell (Swansea City) (loan Hereford United), Daniel Ward (Liverpool), Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Alex Evans (Cardiff City), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), Aston Taylor (Tranmere Rovers), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Tom Lawrence (Manchester United).


    Full Wales squad to be confirmed on Monday 20th.

    Called up according to their clubs are Jake Howells, Tom Bradshaw, Jazz Richards, Lee Lucas, Chris Maxwell, Robert Ogleby and Tom Bender. Daniel Alfei is suspended.



    The Wales v Andorra Under 21 UEFA qualifier will be played at the Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium, Wrexham on Wednesday, February 29th 2012.

    Kick off will be at 4pm, with free admission.

    click here for more information

    The FAW had hoped to move the game back 24 hours to avoid a clash with the Senior International against Costa Rica.

    After consultation with UEFA, it was not possible to do this, buy an earlier kick off has been agreed.


    posted: Wed, 11 Jan, 2012 21:38 UK.

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