Bale willing to boycott social media over abuse of footballers
Wales star Gareth Bale said he would be willing to join a boycott of social media to tackle online abuse after former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry disabled his accounts.
Bale won't be put at risk says Wales caretaker boss Page
Wales caretaker manager Robert Page insists Gareth Bale's fitness won't be put at risk after Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho expressed concern over the forward's international workload. Wales meet the Republic of Ireland in Cardiff on Sunday and face Finland on Wednesday, with Bale expected to start both games as Wales chase promotion in the Nations…
Democracy at crossroads in the heartlands
January 31, 2020, was a momentous day on both sides of the pond (Atlantic Ocean). Brexit happened and the United States (US) Senate, controlled by Trump’s Republican Party
Brexit doubts grow in Wales as crunch vote looms
The 12 stars of the European Union flag are on proud display across Swansea University's new campus. The EU helped finance the site, along with many other projects in Wales, which voted in favour of Brexit in 2016 but is now having doubts as the day approaches. "We've created real jobs. We've created jobs where…
Giggs plays down fears over Bale injury ahead of Wales v Spain clash
Ryan Giggs has played down fears over the fitness of Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale despite ruling the Wales forward out of Thursday's friendly with Spain.
England, Wales, Scotland hold talks over 2030 World Cup bid
The Football Association of Wales has held talks over a potential home nations bid for the 2030 World Cup. FAW chief executive Jonathan Ford believes the joint proposal would be “strong and compelling”. The Scottish FA has also confirmed that exploratory discussions have begun, while the FA is already looking at a bid that Uefa…
Coleman quits Wales for Sunderland
Chris Coleman quit as Wales manager on Friday to take over at English Championship club Sunderland after he failed to steer his country to the World Cup.
Wales players urge Coleman to stay on
Senior Wales players have urged manager Chris Coleman to stay on despite the heartbreak of failing to qualify for next year's World Cup finals in Russia, a report said Tuesday.