Andrew Smith explores whether or not the so called minnows of Europe are showing improvement and becoming more competitive.
Posts Tagged ‘Wales’
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.
As we approach the home stretch of Euro 2016 qualification, the competition looks as open as ever, with the potential for an unexpected winner, writes Ellis King
Alan Moore looks at the 2018 World Cup draw for Ireland and gives his thoughts on each opponent.
A look at the impressive start made by the home nations as they battle for Euro 2016 qualification.
Barry Landy reviews and rates the players from Wednesday night’s international friendly with Wales.
Jake Evans believes Cardiff City are well equipped to survive in the Premier League.
Tomos Llewellyn reviews Friday’s game between Scotland and Wales as Gordon Strachan’s tenure in charge of the hosts got off to a bad start.
It’s international week as Ireland face a tricky trip away to Kazakhstan and our friends at Setantabet have some specials to coincide with the games.
Roddy Graham heads back more than a century to look at Great Britain’s very first unified football team.