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FM17: Flying The Flag, part 1

Welcome to the Welsh capital and a new Football Manager 2017 challenge Cardiff City have lost their Welsh identity, with only one Welshman in the first team at present at the Cardiff City Stadium. The challenge? Take Cardiff City back to the promise land of the Premier League, whilst developing the club’s youth system and restore its Welsh identity. You’ll […]

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Could Chris Coleman be on Leicester City’s radar?

Premier League-winning boss Claudio Ranieri got the sack yesterday Credit: Jon Candy There are often moments in football that really make you dislike the sport. Yesterday was one of them. Less than a year after he defied the odds — 5,000–1 odds that is — to win the Premier League title with Leicester City, the club have sacked the Italian Claudio Ranieri. Their form this […]

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Cult Hero: Kevin Moore

Pleased to publish the most recent instalment in the series. This article covers a player who was loved on the terraces at Somerton Park, and that player is Kevin Moore. Kevin Moore modelling a classic football kit. The player was born in Blackpool, England in 1956, and began his professional career at his hometown club in 1974. The player played for […]

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Yr Hunllef Hir

A new S4C documentary looks at the Hillsborough disaster No time to read? You can listen to this article here. Football fans traumatised by the Hillsborough disaster should be given more specialist psychological support, a documentary maker has said. Liverpool fan Dylan Llewelyn has made an emotional film about those still haunted Britain’s worst ever sporting tragedy featuring ex-players including […]

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My Greatest Ever Welsh XI

#2 — Scott Salter This is the second part of an ongoing series documenting the greatest ever Wales teams from various fans. No time to read? Listen here. When Craig mentioned that we should do a series where we all choose our greatest all-time Wales XI, my mind instantly was racing. How was it possible to choose just eleven players? In some positions, […]

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Y Ddraig Awards 2016

Because who would want to win a BBC Sports Personality of the Year award when you could win a Ddraig award? No time to read? Listen here. Credit: Jon Candy Player of the Year It would be easy to give our Player of the Year award to Gareth Bale, who at times has appeared to carry this Welsh side to victory. He’s […]

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2016 — The Year of the Dragon

Looking back at the greatest year in Welsh football since 1958 No time to read? Listen to this article here. Credit: Sky Sports 2016. What a year it has been — arguably the most important in Welsh football history. After an emphatic 2015, in which the whole of Wales was elevated by the national side’s success in our European Championships Qualifying campaign, the year […]

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