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    NEWS: Speed: Wales will be strong, other news
    Sunday 31st July 2011

     updated: Sun, 31 Jul, 2011 10:42 UK.

    Gary Speed: photo linked from sportinglife.com 


    Wales will be strong -31 Jull 10:42
    Gary Speed believes Wales will be a strong team in time for the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.


    Wales management: photo linked from dailymail.co.uk 



    Speed hits out -26 May 11 08:26
    Gary Speed accused organisers of the Carling Nations Cup of disrespecting his side after a 3-1 loss to Scotland.


    - Speed to protect players -24 May 11 20:37

    - Speed urges men to tackle cancer  -2 Jun 11 10:47

    - Speed: Adam should have gone -26 May 11 17:55

    - Speed hopes with Giggs -10 May 11 18:03

    Speed fears threadbare squad -9 May 11 14:50

    Speed offers expertise -8 May 11 20:50

    Speed hopeful over Bellamy -7 Apr 11 19:56

    Speed knows his side -25 Mar 11 12:53

    - Speed: Bale picked up injury with Spurs -24 Mar 11 17:35

    - Speed won't risk Bale fitness -18 Mar 11 17:42

    Speed wants players on song -22 Mar 11 20:45

    Flynn 'hails' fantastic U21s -10 Feb 11 19:16

    - Speed: I’ll bring back the fans -19 Mar 11 09:41
    - Question time with Speed -15 Mar 11
    - LISTEN: Speed can't wait -15 Feb 11
    - Speed knows the value -7 Jan 11
    - Speed tells his players to earn their place -5 Jan 11
    - Speed: Quality is very strong -27 Jan 11
    - Speed surprised by omission -25 Jan 11 
    - Speed welcomes Home internationals -13 Jan 11 
    - I wont Speed dial my old stars -3 Jan 11
    - Speed's Welsh needs -3 Jan 11
    - Speed: Giggs role -5 Jan 11
    - Flynn focus on Under 21s -16 Nov 10
    - Flynn would keep status quo  -15 Oct 10
    - Young Guns still excite Flynn -16 Nov 10
    - Flynn rues defeat -9 Oct 10
    - VIDEO: Flynn admits job application -13 Oct 10
    - Flynn wants job -13 Oct 10
    - Flynn planing to attack -7 Oct 10
    - Flynn lays down challenge -1 Oct 10
    - VIDEO: Flynn explains selection -1 Oct 10
    - No issue over Bellamy -17 Sep 10Flynn watch -17 Sep 10

    - Flynn open to returning stars -17 Sep 10
    LISTEN: Saunders in dark on role -12 Sep 10
    Flynn delighted - 10 Aug 10
    Toshack encouraged -12 Aug 10
    - Tosh praises Bellamy -12 Aug 10

    - Toshack Euro 2012 hopes - 11 Aug 10
    - Tosack point to prove 
    -15 Aug 10
    - Toshack welcomes pair's progress -27 Aug 10

    - Toshack against Greek ref -3 Sep 10
    Toshack reveals Bale bid -3 Sep 10
    - We must beat Montenegro -2 Sep 10

    Toshack fumes at Collins blow-4 Sep 10 08:50
    - Toshack swipe-10 Sep 10 08:12
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    UNDER 17: Wales in Sweden
    Tuesday 12th July 2011

    Wales Under 17s: photo linked from faw.org.uk

    Under 17: Wales travel to Sweden.
    Results from the games in Sweden:

    Sweden 7 Wales 2.
    Norway 1 Wales 2.
    Iceland 5 Wales 1.

    Brian Flynn has named the Under 17 squad for the upcoming 4 Nations Tournament to be staged in Falkenberg, Sweden, between 17-24 July 2011.

    Wales squad:
    Christian Dibble (Bury), Luke Chambers (Southend United), Will Roberts (Coventry City), Curtis Strong (Stoke City), Jordan Holt (Hull City), Darius Waters (Wigan Athletic), Elliot Scotcher (Ipswich Town), Elliot Hewitt (Macclesfield Town) Miles John (Bristol City), George Higgins (UD Almeria), Rob Evans (Wrexham), Gethin Jones (Everton), Robert Parry (Wolves), Jack Simmons (Ipswich Town), Rob Salathiel (Wrexham), Jake Eyre (Everton), Bradley Reid (Wrexham), James Loveridge (Swansea City).

    Ellis Harrison (Bristol Rovers) was due to to fly out with the squad, but could now be sidelined for eight weeks after breaking the fifth metatarsal in his right foot.

    Wales fixture dates: Iceland (19 July), Norway (21 July) and Sweden (23 July)

    info from wrexham afc website.

    posted: Tue, 12 July, 2011 08:36 UK.


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    NEWS: Home matches August, September and October
    Tuesday 28th June 2011


    The Football Association of Wales has confirmed that Wales will play a friendly international against Australia on Wednesday, August 10th.

    The venue will be the Cardiff City Stadium and kick off will be at 7:45pm.

    This will be the first of two international fixtures at the Stadium in the space of three weeks with Wales set to face Montenegro in Cardiff on Friday, September 2nd.

    The FAW has also confirmed that the final home fixture in the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign against Switzerland will be at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea on Friday, October 7th.

    updated: Tue, 28 Jun, 2011 20:06 UK.

    The FAW have confirmed the dates and venues for International matches to be played in Wales (late Summer/Autumn 2011).

    10th August FRIENDLY: Wales v Australia (Cardiff City Stadium).

    2nd September EURO 2012: Wales v Montenegro (Cardiff City Stadium).

    7th October - EURO 2012: Wales v Switzerland (Liberty Stadium).

    info from welshallianceleague.

    posted: Thu, 12 May, 2011 13:18 UK.


     Wales v Australia tickets





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    TICKETS: England v Wales
    Tuesday 14th June 2011

    Tickets for England v Wales Euro 2012 qualifer on Tuesday 6th September 2011 will go on sale only to members of the Wales Supporters Club.

    Gold and Junior members are guaranteed one ticket each, it's possible tickets may also be released to Silver members.

    Full details will be released when the FAW have confirmation of the allocation from the English FA.

    For Wales Supporters Club membership information, please go to www.faw.org.uk
    and follow the Tickets link.

    posted: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 20:25 UK.


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    FAW: Summer roadshows
    Tuesday 7th June 2011



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    FANS: No Team GB campaign
    Sunday 5th June 2011

    No Team GB campaign call for an Ethical Decision for the 2012 London Olympics

    The ongoing corruption allegations against JS Blatter and his lieutenants at the very top of the FIFA tree come as no surprise to the No Team GB campaign. For the past five years we have been questioning the assurances that FIFA representatives have been making with regards to protecting the independence of the football teams of the four home nations (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales).

    FIFA have flip flopped on their views towards a GB football team participating at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In March 2008 Mr Blatter stated “If you start to put together a combined team for the Olympics, the question will automatically come up that there are four different associations so how can they play in one team”. This was then contradicted by Jerome Valcke the following year when he offered assurances that that the four home nations would have their independent identities protected. This assurance from Mr Valcke was made in spite of the fact that no individual from FIFA can make this promise on the basis that it could be altered at any future FIFA congress.

    This was the same Jerome Valcke who was sensationally sacked from his Marketing position at FIFA in 2006 by Mr Blatter after he was found guilty of violating the negotiation rules with the FIFA sponsor MasterCard after going behind their back and holding concurrent discussions with VISA. Mr Valcke was then made FIFA General Secretary in 2007 in yet another flip flop decision by Mr Blatter. Perhaps Mr Valcke was party to certain information that forced Sepp’s hand to bring him back into the FIFA family?

    Mr Blatter and Mr Valcke are now at the centre of allegations of cheating, unethical behaviour and corruption. They are in the dock with Jack Warner and Mohammed Bin Hamman. Meanwhile, FIFA have cleared the unethical charges against Amos Adamu and Reynald Temarii who were exposed in an article in the Sunday Times of promising world cup votes for cash.

    Lord Coe was the first chairman of the FIFA Ethics committee when he was appointed to the role in 2006. After the farce of England’s bid to host the 2018 FIFA world cup, it would be interesting to hear Lord Coe’s views on the FIFA ethics committee and the rules and scope which govern that committee.

    In the past few years there have been a number of high profile British citizens who have been on the receiving end of FIFA surprises (Lord Triesman, Geoff Thompson, John McBeth, David Cameron, David Beckham, Lord Coe, Prince William to name a few). Quite how the British Olympic Association and the English Football Association can continue to propose that a GB Football Team participates at the 2012 London Olympics on the back of FIFA assurances beggars belief.
    Tam Ferry, spokesman for No Team GB said, “All along we have said that FIFA assurances are worthless. Blatter being in denial about FIFA being in crisis is like the Iraqi Information minister denying the US troops were anywhere near Baghdad as their tanks drove behind him”

    Paul Corkrey, spokesman for No Team GB is also quoted, "Its no surprise to the Welsh fans that Blatter got 186 votes in his re-election, as to vote against him would be like Turkeys voting for Christmas"

    Can any assurances from FIFA be trusted?

    Would you trust these people?

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    FAW: New website
    Wednesday 1st June 2011


    The FAW has launched its new web site.

    The FAW website is now up and running and the FAW will be making further improvements and modifications, there is still  huge amount of data that needs re-inputting.

     New FAW web site

    posted: Wed, 1 Jun, 2011 12:32 UK.







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    FAW: New quarterly magazine
    Wednesday 1st June 2011


    The FAW has launched its very first bilingual magazine called 'The Voice'.

    The quarterly magazine features articles on the footballer Joe Ledley, the Womens U19 European Championship qualifier, pictures from the England v Wales match and a One on One with Gary Speed. 

     FAW launch 'The Voice'

    posted: Wed, 1 Jun, 2011 11:50 UK.







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    NATIONS CUP: Northern Ireland 0 Wales 2
    Friday 27th May 2011

    Northern Ireland v Wales: photo linked from faw.org.ukNORTHERN IRELAND 0 WALES 2
    Goals from Aaron Ramsey and Robert Earnshaw earn Wales a 2-0 win against Northern Ireland in their final Nations Cup game.

    GOALS: Ramsey 36, Earnshaw 69.

    Wales starting line up:
    Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham United), Danny Collins (Stoke City), Neil Taylor (Swansea City), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal, Capt), Jack Collison (West Ham United), David Vaughan (Blackpool), David Cotterill (Swansea City), Craig Bellamy (Manchester City), Steve Morison (Millwall).

    All other squad players are named as subs, except Darcy Blake (Cardiff City) who has returned home.

    Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Brom), Lewis Price (Crystal Palace).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff), Danny Collins (Stoke), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Craig Morgan (Preston).

    Midfielders: Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Swansea), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Owain Tudur Jones (Norwich City), Andy King (Leicester), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), David Vaughan (Blackpool)

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff),  Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace), Steve Morison (Millwall), Sam Vokes (Wolves).


     Ticket news




    Other information:
    Nations Cup:
     N Ireland v Wales.
    Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
    Date: Friday 27th May 2011.
    Kick off: 7:45pm.
    Referee: A Kelly (ROI)
    LIVE: Sky Sports 1 and S4C.


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    NATIONS CUP: Scotland 3 Wales 1
    Wednesday 25th May 2011

    Rob Earnshaw: photo linked from sportlinglife.comSCOTLAND 3 WALES 1
    A 3-1 defeat against Scotland in the Nations Cup for Wales. Goalscorer for Wales was in the first half was Rob Earnshaw.

    GOALS: Earnshaw 36; Morrison 55, Miller 64, Berra 70.

    Wales line up:
    1. Boaz Myhill, 2. Neal Eardley, 3. Neil Taylor, 4. Owain Tudur Jones, 5. Craig Morgan, 6. Darcy Blake, 7. Andy Dorman, 8. Andy King, 9. Sam Vokes, 10. Robert Earnshaw (Capt), 11. Jermaine Easter.

    Subs: 12. Wayne Hennessey, 13. Chris Gunter, 14. Danny Collins, 15. Danny Gabbidon, 16. David Vaughan, 17. Aaron Ramsey, 18. Adam Matthews, 19. David Cotterill, 20. Steve Morison, 21. Jack Collison, 22. Craig Bellamy, 23. Lewis Price.

    Six substitutes may be used during the match.

    Adam Matthews has joined the squad as a late replacement for James Collins, who has a groin injury.

    Robert Earnshaw will captain the side as Gary Speed will rest a number of Premier League players.

    Norwich City midfielder, Owain Tudur Jones has joined the squad, h
    e has been added to the squad after several withdrawals and an availability doubt over Coventry City's Freddy Eastwood.

    David Edwards (Wolves) has also been forced-out of the squad due to injury.

    Revised Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Brom), Lewis Price (Crystal Palace).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff), Danny Collins (Stoke), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Craig Morgan (Preston).

    Midfielders: Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Swansea), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Owain Tudur Jones (Norwich City), Andy King (Leicester), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), David Vaughan (Blackpool)

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff),  Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace), Freddy Eastwood (Coventry), Steve Morison (Millwall), Sam Vokes (Wolves).

    Stand by players: Jason Brown (Blackburn).

    Both Ched Evans and Lewin Nyatanga are out due to injury.

    Craig Morgan
    is called up as replacement for Nyatanga. Also called up are Jermaine Easter and Andy Dorman. Squad meet up over the weekend.

    Also out are Ashley Williams, Joe Allen, Simon Church and Hal Robson-Kanu due to club duties. Also out due to injuries from the stand by list are Brian Stock and Christina Ribeiro. Joe Ledley is also out.

    Gary Speed has named the squad for the Carling Nations Cup matches in Dublin later this month. A larger squad than usual has been named to allow for Football League play-off commitments and fitness concerns with some players. The matches are against Scotland on Wednesday 25th May and Northern Ireland on Friday 27th May. Both to kick off at 7.45pm

    Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Wolves), Boaz Myhill (West Brom), Lewis Price (Crystal Palace).

    Defenders: Darcy Blake (Cardiff), Danny Collins (Stoke), James Collins (Aston Villa), Neal Eardley (Blackpool), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Lewin Nyatanga (Bristol City), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Ashley Williams (Swansea).

    Midfielders: Joe Allen (Swansea), Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Swansea), David Edwards (Wolves), Andy King (Leicester), Joe Ledley (Celtic), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), David Vaughan (Blackpool)

    Forwards: Craig Bellamy (loan Cardiff), Simon Church (Reading), Robert Earnshaw (Nottingham Forest), Ched Evans (Sheffield United), Freddy Eastwood (Coventry), Steve Morison (Millwall), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), Sam Vokes (Wolves).

    Stand by players: Jason Brown (Blackburn), Craig Morgan (Preston), Christina Ribeiro (Bristol City), Andy Dorman (Crystal Palace), Brian Stock (Doncaster), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace).

    Wales travel to Dublin at the end of May to face Scotland and Northern Ireland in the Nations Cup.

    Gary Speed will announce the squad now on Wenesday 11th May, at the Carden Park Hotel at around 3pm.

    The Wales manager is set to name a bumper a 30-man squad. Speed was at Ashton gate on Saturday running the rule of Lewin Nyatanga and young gun James Wilson. Gareth Bale is out for the rest season as well as Sam Ricketts. Several players will miss the games as they will be involved in play off matches for their clubs. Jack Collison is set for a recall after over 12 months out due to injury.


     Ticket news




    Other information:
    Nations Cup:
     Scotland v Wales.
    Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
    Date: Wednesday 25th May 2011.
    Kick off: 7:45pm.
    Referee: TBC

    LIVE: Sky Sports 1 and S4C.


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    UNDER 17: Wales 1 Sweden 2
    Friday 13th May 2011

    Wales Under 17s: photo linked from faw.org.uk / Propaganda

    Under 17: Wales 1 Sweden 2
    Defeat for Brian Flynn's new look Under 17 side 2-1 against Sweden.

    Sweden took the lead after 19 minutes through Chrstian Kouakou, Sweden went 2-0 up when Muamer Tankovic scored after 32 minutes.

    Substitute Declan John pulled a goal back for Wales after 54 minutes from the penalty spot. Sweden holding on for the win. It was a good workout for the Under 17s ahead of the UEFA qualifiers in the Autumn.

    Wales line up:
    1  Alex Lynch (Peterborough United) 
    2  Declan Weeks (Wolves) 
    3  Curtis Strong (Stoke City) 
    4  Gethin Jones (Everton) (Capt) 
    5  Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City) 
    6  Tom Attyeo (Swansea City) 
    7  Jaye Bowen (Cardiff City) 
    8  Deion Evans (Shrewsbury Town) 
    9  Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City) 
    10  Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra) 
    11  Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) 
    12  Luke Flemming (Cardiff City) 
    13  Declan Dalley (Manchester United) 
    14  Miles John (Bristol City) 
    15  Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City) 
    16  Rhys James (Cardiff City) 
    17  Bradley Reid (Wrexham) 
    18  Declan John (Cardiff City) 

    Under 17: Wales 2 Sweden 2
    Brian Flynn's new look Under 17 side drew 2-2 against Sweden.

    Wales took the lead after just seven minutes thanks to an excellent finish from Tom O'Sullivan. Sweden hit back straight away with goals from Christian Koukaou and Philip Olofsson. Wales hit back with Declan John making it 2-2 after only 15 minutes.

    With no further scoring during the match, honours were even at the final whistle.

    Wales line up:
    1  Luke Flemming (Cardiff City) 
    2  Declan Weeks (Wolves) 
    3  Curtis Strong (Stoke City) 
    4  Gethin Jones (Everton) (c) 
    5  Declan Dalley (Manchester United) 
    6  Tom Attyeo (Swansea City) 
    7  Miles John (Bristol City) 
    8  Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City) 
    9  Rhys James (Cardiff City) 
    10  Jaye Bowen (Cardiff City) 
    11  Declan John (Cardiff City) 
    12  Alex Lynch (Peterborough United) 
    13  Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City) 
    14  Deion Evans (Shrewsbury Town) 
    15  Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra) 
    16  Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) 
    17  Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City) 
    18  Bradley Reid (Wrexham)

    updated: Tue, 10 May, 2011 22:08 UK.

    Intermediate Teams manager, Brian Flynn, has named his squad for two end of season friendly matches against Sweden.

    The matches are set to be played at Buckley Town FC on Tuesday 10th May (kick off 6pm) and Flint Town United FC on Thursday 12th May (kick off 6pm). Admission is free at both games.

    Wales squad:
    Alex Lynch Wrexham, Corey Stephens - Cardiff City, Declan Weeks Wolves, Declan Dalley - Manchester United, Curtis Watkins - Cardiff City, Curtis Strong - Stoke City, Tom Attyeo - Swansea City, Miles John - Bristol City , Gethin Jones Everton, Deion Evans - Tranmere Rovers, Tom O’Sullivan - Cardiff City, Jaye Bowen - Cardiff City, Declan John - Cardiff City, Jake Charles - Huddersfield Town, Rhys James - Cardiff City, Callum Saunders - Crewe Alexandra, Gethyn Hill - Cardiff City, Bradley Reid Wrexham.

    Stand by players: Luke Flemming - Cardiff City, Daniel Barrow - Plymouth Argyle, Rob Evans Wrexham, Chike Kandi - Birmingham City, Josh Yorwerth - Cardiff City.

    Famous faces in this squad are Jake Charles (grandson of John Charles) and Callum Saunders (son of former Welsh International Dean Saunders)

    updated: Thu, 28 April, 2011 15:25 UK.

    Wales will play two Under 17 friendly matches against Sweden in North Wales during early May 2011.

    Wales fixtures:
    Tuesday 10th May 2011 at Buckley Town FC.
    Thursday 12th May 2011 at Flint Town United FC.

    Both matches kick off at 6pm, admission is free.

    The games will feature players who are eligible for 2011/2012 UEFA Under 17 qualifying matches, these games set to be played in October. Wales have been drawn in Group 9 with Serbia, Armenia and Lithuania. 

    posted: Wed, 20 April, 2011 16:46 UK.


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    FAW: Wales Host Under 19s
    Thursday 12th May 2011


    WALES HOST Under 19s
    Wales will host the UEFA Women's Under 19 Tournament Finals in August 2013.

    Matches will be held in Carmarthenshire, Swansea and Bridgend. Eight countries, including Wales, will play for the right to be crowned champions. Come and be part of the celebrations!

    statement from faw.org.uk.

    Thu, 12 May, 2011 13:35 UK.







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    FAW: Glyn Williams 1918-2011
    Wednesday 11th May 2011


    Glyn Williams :1918-2011
    It is with great sadness that the FAW marks the passing of former international player, Glyn Williams. He was 92.

    Full-back Glyn, won one cap for Wales in the 1951 Festival of Britain International with Switzerland at the Racecourse, Wrexham. In so doing, he became the fifth oldest player to win a first cap for Wales as he was 32 years 194 days old on his debut. Wales won the match 3-2.

    Maesteg - born Glyn was a Cardiff City regular after the war, playing some 144 league matches. Born in November 1918, he had earlier played for Caerau, helping them win the Welsh Amateur Cup in 1946. One of a legion of players who lost the best years of their careers to the Second World War. His cap came-about as regular right back, Walley Barnes, was needed by Arsenal for a tour of Brazil, so Glyn made his debut in the same match as the young John Charles. The Wales goals came from Trevor Ford (2) and Ron Burgess.

    Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time.

    statement from faw.org.uk.

    Wed, 11 May, 2011 20:00 UK.







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    TICKETS: Nations Cup
    Friday 6th May 2011

    Wales travel to Dublin at the end of May to face Scotland and Northern Ireland in the Nations Cup. Ticket information as follows:

    Aviva Stadium, Dublin
    Wednesday 25th May 2011
    Kick off 7.45pm (local time)

    Tickets for Wales supporters cost £18.00. Application forms have been sent to Gold and Silver members of the Wales Supporters Club from the (26.04.11).
    Closing date for applications Friday 13th May 2011.

    Aviva Stadium, Dublin
    Friday 27th May 2011
    Kick off 7.45pm (local time)

    Tickets for Wales supporters cost £18.00. Application forms have been sent to Gold and Silver members of the Wales Supporters Club from the (26.04.11).
    Closing date for applications Friday 13th May 2011.

    Fri, 6 May, 2011 20:25 UK.



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    FAW: News from Roadshows
    Wednesday 4th May 2011


    FAW NEWS in brief
    The new FAW web site is set to be launched on Monday 30th May. The FAW 2009 strategic plan is being reviewed, the Development Centre in Newport is set to open in 18 months, with another centre possibly being planned in North Wales.

    The FAW will be looking to repeat Kickback ticket scheme for future HOME matches.

    info from ffwtbol on twitter.

    Wed, 4 May, 2011 21:08 UK.







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    UNDER 19: Elite Group 6 news, Wales miss out
    Tuesday 3rd May 2011

    Wales Under 19: photo linked from uefa.comUnder 19 
    Results: Moldova 0 Wales 2. Norway 0 Serbia 3.

    Serbia top the group and qualify ahead of Wales and Norway. All three nations finished the group on six points, but Serbia qualify for the finals by virtue of their results against the other two nations. Wales beat Moldova 2-0, goals from Joe Walsh and substitute Reece Jones earned Wales a win. "It has been a good week, we had a good opportunity to go to Romania but we did not make it. A 2-0 win in any international game at any level is a good result." - Brian Flynn.

















    Serbia 3 2 0 1 10 3 6
    Wales 3 2 0 1 6 5 6
    Norway 3 2 0 1 7 4 6


    3 0 0 3 0 11 0

    updated: Tue, 3 May, 2011 22:45 UK.

    Rules: Equality of points at mini-tournaments
    6.09 If two or more teams are equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following criteria are applied to determine the rankings:
    a) Higher number of points obtained in the group matches played among the teams in question.
    b) Superior goal difference resulting from the group matches played among the teams in question.
    c) Higher number of goals scored in the group matches played among the teams in question.
    d) If, after having applied criteria a) to c), two teams still have an equal
    ranking, criteria a) to c) are reapplied to determine the final ranking of the two teams. If this procedure does not lead to a decision, criteria e) and f) apply.
    e) Results of all group matches:
    1. Superior goal difference.
    2. Higher number of goals scored.
    f) Drawing of lots.

    taken from uefa.com

    Under 19 
    Result: Norway 3 Wales 1.

    Defeat for Wales against Norway.

    In the final round of matches on Tuesday, Wales play Moldova and Serbia meet Norway. Norway just need a point to win the group an qualify. A win for Serbia could see them in with a chance of qualifying, depending on goal difference. A win for Wales would also mean a chance of qualification depending on goal difference.

    Other group result:
    Moldova 0 Serbia 5.

    Norway are next up for Wales in their second Group 6 qualifier. The hosts also won their opening group game on Thursday.

    Match details: 30th April, Kick-off: 5:30pm (local time), Match to be played at The Stadium, Sarpsborg, Norway (Match referee: Miroslav Zelinka).

    Result: Serbia
    (1) 2 Wales (2) 3.

    Wales GOALS: Peniket (36', 43), Alfei (Pen 90'+2)

    Serbia GOALS: Milunovic (39)', Lukic (90')

    A late Daniel Alfei penalty after Josh Dawkin was brought down, gave Brian Flynn's Under 19 side a 3-2 win against Serbia in their opening match of the Elite Round matches.

    Wales line up:
    1. Jonathan Bond (Watford), 3. Kyle McCarthy (Hereford United), 4. Lee Lucas (Swansea City), 5. Joe Walsh (Swansea City), 6. Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), 7. Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), 8. Josh Dawkin (Norwich City), 11. Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), 15. Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), 17. Richard Peniket (Fulham), 18. Elliot Chamberlain (Leicester City).

    Subs: 12. Daniel Ward (Wrexham), 2. Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), 9. Jake Cassidy (Wolves), 10. Robert Ogleby (Hearts), 13. Max Penk (Wrexham), 14. Ibrahim Farrar (Cardiff City), 16. Michael Doughty (QPR).


    Other group result:
    Norway 4 Moldova 0

    Elite round Fixtures list: (local time)
    Serbia v Wales : Match date: Thursday 28 April 2011. Kick off 3pm, The Stadium, Sarpsborg, Norway.

    Norway v Wales : Match date: Saturday 30 April 2011. Kick-off: 5:30pm, The Stadium, Sarpsborg, Norway.

    Moldova v Wales : Match date: Tuesday 3 May 2011. Kick-off: 5pm, The Stadium, Sarpsborg, Norway. 

    Withdrawn from the original squad are Adam Matthews, Tom Bender and Billy Bodin, called up are Michael Doughty, Max Penk and Richard Peniket.

    Brian Flynn, has named his squad for the UEFA Under 19 Elite Round matches in Norway later this month.

    Original Wales squad:
    Jonathan Bond (Watford), Daniel Ward (Wrexham), Adam Matthews (Cardiff City), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Kyle McCarthy (Hereford United), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Ibrahim Farrar (Cardiff City), Josh Dawkin (Norwich City), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), Robert Ogleby (Hearts).

    The group winner only will automatically qualify for the final tournament in Romania.

    Thu, 14 April, 2011 13:52 UK.


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    NATIONS CUP: McFadden to miss game
    Monday 25th April 2011

    updated:  Mon, 25 April, 2011 19:30 UK.


    Rio Ferdinand: photo linked from premiershipnews.org 


    McFadden to miss game -25 Apr 11 19:30
    James McFadden is set to miss next month's Carling Nations Cup game against Wales.






















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    FANS: New FAW crest
    Thursday 21st April 2011

    Wales t-shirt:NEW FAW CREST
    JJB Sports has started selling FAW merchandise with the new FAW crest

    for more click here

    updated: Thu, April 21, 2011 23:05 UK.

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    SCHOOLBOY: Switzerland v Wales
    Wednesday 20th April 2011

    Under 16s Draw against the Swiss:
    The Wales Under 16 Boys National Development produced an excellent perfomance this evening.

    Match was played at the Tivoli Stadium, La Louviere in Belgium. Cardiff City's Abdi Noor scored for Wales after Switzerland had taken the lead.

    Wales Team:
    1:-Gareth Owen (Llanelli), 2:- Joseph Jones (Cardiff City), 3:- Fraser Sturgess (Unattached), 4:- Thomas Atyeo (Swansea City), 5- Tomos Clarke (Oldham), 6:- Liam Walsh (Swansea City), 7:- Abdifatah Noor (Cardiff City), 8: Corey Francis (Swansea City), 9:- Owain Jones (Swansea City), 10:- Kyle Copp (Swansea City), 11:- Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town).

    Subs: 12:- Cameron Clarke (Cardiff City), 13:- Alex Penny, 14:- Samuel Jones (Cardiff City), 15:- Ross White (Wrexham), 16:- Sam Molyneux (Shrewsbury Town), 17:- Connor Shackleton (Tranmere Rovers), 18:- Joe Williams (Wrexham).

    posted: Wed, 20 April, 2011 22:51 UK.


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    FAW: North Wales Roadhshows
    Wednesday 20th April 2011


    FAW Roadshows - Come and listen to the Strategic Plan for the FAW.

    North East Wales Brymbo Sports & Social Club on Tuesday, 3rd May 2011.
    North Wales Coast Llandudno FC Clubhouse on Wednesday, 4th May 2011.

    All welcome, doors open from 7pm.

    info from FAW.ORG.UK

    Wed, 20 April, 2011 19:56 UK.







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