1. Why Euro 2016 Run Has to Be Seen as Just the Start for Beaten but Proud Wales

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal were the eventual and deserving winners of the Euro 2016 semi-final in Lyon on Wednesday night, but for a beaten and emotionally drained Wales, there was the acknowledgement of a different kind of victory...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 10 months ago 1,054 reads 3 comments

  2. Sky Bet User Backed Wales to Win Euro 2016, Leicester's Premier League Triumph

    A bettor who backed Wales to win UEFA Euro 2016 at 150-1 ahead of the tournament has already tasted extraordinary success this year, having successfully backed Leicester City 's Premier League title win at 5,000-1...

    Christopher Simpson Written by Christopher Simpson about 10 months ago 9,798 reads 22 comments

  3. Hal Robson-Kanu Stunner Helps Wales on Way to Shock Win over Belgium

    Hal Robson-Kanu helped Wales to a shock Euro 2016 quarter-final win over Belgium on Friday when he put the underdogs ahead after 55 minutes. The scores were level at 1-1 when Aaron Ramsey's cross found Robson-Kanu in the box...

    Tom Webb Written by Tom Webb about 10 months ago 9,082 reads 7 comments

  4. Wales vs Northern Ireland Betting Odds Preview, Euro 2016 Round-of-16 Prediction

    Two teams participating in their first UEFA Euro tournament will get an opportunity to advance to the quarterfinals when they square off Saturday in Paris, as Group B winner Wales takes on Group C third-place finisher Northern Ireland...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by OddsShark.com about 10 months ago 2,665 reads 0 comments

  5. Should Wales Expect More from Gareth Bale at Euro 2016?

    In the final minute of Wales’ 2-1 loss to England on Thursday afternoon, Neil Taylor launched a high cross in to the penalty area, and there was Gareth Bale rising to meet the ball with a header in an effort to rescue an unlikely point...

    Sam Pilger Written by Sam Pilger about 11 months ago 4,031 reads 17 comments

  6. Triumphant Wales Now Pose a Real Threat to England at Euro 2016

    It might have been an ugly, scuffed shot that came off a shin, but it was also arguably the most beautiful moment in Welsh football history...

    Sam Pilger Written by Sam Pilger about 11 months ago 4,419 reads 32 comments

  7. Wales Reliant on Strong Core, but Wide-Open Euro 2016 Group Gives Them Hope

    Chris Coleman only ever played with a back three once as a club manager, the final game of the 2005-06 season, when his Fulham side beat Middlesbrough 1-0...

    Jonathan Wilson Written by Jonathan Wilson about 11 months ago 2,080 reads 9 comments