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That awkward moment when you realise ‘the good old days’ were terrible

October 30, 2010


By Luke James SUPPING searing hot tea under the warmth of four towering floodlights I was beginning to let myself feel a little nostalgic. Work had taken me Liverpool and after a long day in a conference venue I thought what better way to spend the evening by popping down to Prenton Park. Tranmere Rovers […]

The blazer squad – who really runs Welsh football?

October 14, 2010


As the men at the top of Welsh football decide whether Brian Flynn is the man to lead Wales to a brighter future on the pitch Luke James wants to find out whether the Football Association of Wales is fit for international duty off the pitch. Read a series of blogs in the coming weeks […]

The Celts’ keeper conundrum

October 11, 2010


By Tim Harris WALES and Ireland both sit in the difficult position of having goalkeepers who don’t play first team football for their Premier League clubs. Wayne Hennessey and Shay Given of Wales and Ireland respectively, have both yet to feature in a Premiership game this season. And having been confined to only the odd […]

It’s hard to be disappointed when you have no expectations, but Wales tried their best

October 10, 2010


"Whoever is appointed Wales manager needs to raise the expections of the fans and the players."

No fairytale for Freddy but Eastwood must have a Wales future

October 7, 2010


    Standing with 150 compatriots in the stifling Bulgarian summer heat I watched in shock and amazement as Freddy Eastwood unleashed a rasping shot from the edge of the area. I think I was as surprised as the goalkeeper to see the debutant look up, pick his spot and have a dig. Wales under […]