CHRIS COLEMAN believes Wales are at an “important crossroads” as talks continued yesterday over whether he will remain as manager.
Thursday 2nd Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Head coach believes team can go all the way in Japan
Wednesday 1st Nov 2017
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
WALES coach John Kear hit out at the World Cup organisers yesterday after they refused his request for water breaks during his side’s opening game against Papua New Guinea.
The Welsh were blown away by the Kumuls in the tropical heat of Port Moresby and Kear’s...
AS HE prepares to make his belated England debut, St Helens prop Alex Walmsley would “thrive” in the Australian NRL, an international teammate said yesterday.
The 27-year-old former Batley forward is thought to be in high demand with Australian clubs who will be casting a...
Managers can be sent off for kicking or throwing water bottles
VILE anti-semitic stickers of Holocaust victim Anne Frank have surfaced at football matches in Germany after they first triggered a scandal in Italy.
German news agency DPA reported yesterday that stickers with the image of the Jewish girl wearing a jersey of a Leipzig team were found...
JAMES NALTON rounds up the action as England, Wales and Scotland lose
Tuesday 31st Oct 2017
Brit has no plans to retire after winning fourth championship
ENGLAND, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will ask their opponents and Fifa for permission to display the poppy on armbands during their games in the days before and on Remembrance Sunday.
In a joint statement, the FA, FA of Wales, Scottish FA and Irish FA said yesterday they...