In spite of an expanded tournament format and tortured history, Wales have proved themselves worthy as one of the first 12 teams through the Euros gate.
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Nick Balchin discusses Brendan Rodgers’ decision to give James Milner more responsibility at Anfield.
Rickie Lambert’s England call up this week has capped a remarkable rise by the Football Leagues by the journeyman striker. Here, Joe Cawley compiles a former Stockport County XI come good.
Swansea exceeded all expectations last season, with some added investment can they go even better this year? Pete Sharland previews Michael Laudrup’s second season in charge.
Ciaran Kelly believes that there is no one better suited to Swansea than the Danish legend currently in charge.
When Liverpool were under the hellish ownership of George Gillett and Tom Hicks the news of a big money move out of the club would send shivers down the spines of near enough all Kopites. But even under the encouraging and secure stewardship of John Henry’s Fenway Sports Group the news of defender Daniel Agger’s […]
£4.50 an hour. That is what the new Wales captain, Ashley Williams, was earning, as a waiter just six years ago while he plied his trade part-time for Hednesford Town. Nowadays, things are a bit more comfortable for Ashley. The Wolverhampton-born Welshman was, this week, named both Wales’ Player of the Year for 2009, and […]