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    Tonight's Captain

    Wouldn't it be nice to see a Welshman wearing the armband again.

    Now that Williams actual defending 'skills' have been brutally exposed for all to see, surely he's finished with Wales.

    Since the tippy tappy game has finished, he's been an embarrassment, first at Everton, and now at Stoke.

    Not quite as embarrassing as his fake dreadlocks mind, apparently he spent a few grand to get his new "look"


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    I call WUM

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    Wouldn't it be nice to see a Welshman wearing the armband again.

    Now that Williams actual defending 'skills' have been brutally exposed for all to see, surely he's finished with Wales.

    Since the tippy tappy game has finished, he's been an embarrassment, first at Everton, and now at Stoke.

    Not quite as embarrassing as his fake dreadlocks mind, apparently he spent a few grand to get his new "look"

    good on you, you knew this day would come, you waited and waited, now you enjoy it

    I feel proud to have been witness to your one man campaign

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger View Post
    I call WUM
    Have another call. Or are you new on here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue matt View Post
    good on you, you knew this day would come, you waited and waited, now you enjoy it

    I feel proud to have been witness to your one man campaign
    Thanks BM. It's been a long journey, but got here in the end. Feeling emotional if I'm honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    Thanks BM. It's been a long journey, but got here in the end. Feeling emotional if I'm honest.
    lesser men would have given up, but you stood tall and proud

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    Gotta be Bale or Rambo.

    Rambo for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueArmy 86 View Post
    Gotta be Bale or Rambo.

    Rambo for me
    I'd rather them be free of the responsibility. Rambo already lets it get to him when he has to carry the midfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    Wouldn't it be nice to see a Welshman wearing the armband again.

    Now that Williams actual defending 'skills' have been brutally exposed for all to see, surely he's finished with Wales.

    Since the tippy tappy game has finished, he's been an embarrassment, first at Everton, and now at Stoke.

    Not quite as embarrassing as his fake dreadlocks mind, apparently he spent a few grand to get his new "look"

    Fancy a jellybaby?

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    Re: Tonight's Captain

    Great to see Ash Williams captaining his country again after that bad injury against Mexico.


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    Been solid tonight in fairness to him

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    Wouldn't it be nice to see a Welshman wearing the armband again.

    Now that Williams actual defending 'skills' have been brutally exposed for all to see, surely he's finished with Wales.

    Since the tippy tappy game has finished, he's been an embarrassment, first at Everton, and now at Stoke.

    Not quite as embarrassing as his fake dreadlocks mind, apparently he spent a few grand to get his new "look"

    Captain Marvel leads us to glory once again as we demolish the Irish

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    Wait until young Ethan is captain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    Fancy a jellybaby?
    I Still still don't get that?
    I'm sure it must be REALLY funny tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    Been solid tonight in fairness to him
    Really?
    I could have played at the back for Wales tonight. Ireland were shocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Great to see Ash Williams captaining his country again after that bad injury against Mexico.

    He was playing for Wales, not HIS country

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue matt View Post
    lesser men would have given up, but you stood tall and proud
    Oh stop it now will you. I'm blushing.

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    Excellent win by the team, wasn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    Oh stop it now will you. I'm blushing.
    I feel for you, your wait goes on

    It'll be worth it though

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    This post sums up the reason why I will never watch them live , the way folk critise players because they are not pure born Welsh , but do wish to play for us , or play for Swansea,
    how we booed Coleman at the beginning of his career as the Welsh manager , because he dared to play for Swansea , then hailed him as a great Manager due to the Euro's , how we booed Giggs when he played at Cardiff for Man Utd , instead of showing the due respect of his playing achivements as one of the greatest Premieship players of all time , then posting negative comments about his appointment as a Welsh manager , it's all it bit rich now,
    as we now smile , and enjoy the pride after a great win , yep smacks of hyporiciy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Great to see Ash Williams captaining his country again after that bad injury against Mexico.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chris lee View Post
    Been solid tonight in fairness to him

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    Really?
    I could have played at the back for Wales tonight. Ireland were shocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    This post sums up the reason why I will never watch them live , the way folk critise players because they are not pure born Welsh , but do wish to play for us , or play for Swansea,
    how we booed Coleman at the beginning of his career as the Welsh manager , because he dared to play for Swansea , then hailed him as a great Manager due to the Euro's , how we booed Giggs when he played at Cardiff for Man Utd , instead of showing the due respect of his playing achivements as one of the greatest Premieship players of all time , then posting negative comments about his appointment as a Welsh manager , it's all it bit rich now,
    as we now smile , and enjoy the pride after a great win , yep smacks of hyporiciy.
    You don't attend matches because of a minority of fans being negative? That sounds negative in itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taunton Blue Genie View Post
    You don't attend matches because of a minority of fans being negative? That sounds negative in itself.
    Im sure it is , its more than a minority when it comes to the boo's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    This post sums up the reason why I will never watch them live , the way folk critise players because they are not pure born Welsh , but do wish to play for us , or play for Swansea,
    how we booed Coleman at the beginning of his career as the Welsh manager , because he dared to play for Swansea , then hailed him as a great Manager due to the Euro's , how we booed Giggs when he played at Cardiff for Man Utd , instead of showing the due respect of his playing achivements as one of the greatest Premieship players of all time , then posting negative comments about his appointment as a Welsh manager , it's all it bit rich now,
    as we now smile , and enjoy the pride after a great win , yep smacks of hyporiciy.
    You miss the point entirely. Williams never CHOSE to play for Wales, he never had a CHOICE.

    He selfishly played for Wales, because he thought he'd never get a game for his own country, and in doing so denied Welsh players caps for their country.

    If he had a choice, he'd obviously play for his own country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    You miss the point entirely. Williams never CHOSE to play for Wales, he never had a CHOICE.

    He selfishly played for Wales, because he thought he'd never get a game for his own country, and in doing so denied Welsh players caps for their country.

    If he had a choice, he'd obviously play for his own country.
    How do you really know that though although it could be very likely it’s not a fact Is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    How do you really know that though although it could be very likely it’s not a fact Is it
    What? You actually think Williams chose to play for Wales, rather than England?

    I think he may regret his selfish decision a little now mind, Ryan Shawcross (he's also as 'Welsh' as Ashley), got a cap for England when they were struggling for centre backs, even Williams might have been in with a shout

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    Quote Originally Posted by G rangetown Blue View Post
    What? You actually think Williams chose to play for Wales, rather than England?

    I think he may regret his selfish decision a little now mind, Ryan Shawcross (he's also as 'Welsh' as Ashley), got a cap for England when they were struggling for centre backs, even Williams might have been in with a shout
    You don't know the guy personally. Ampadu and Brooks are certainly far too young to put in the category of "no chance will they play for England" yet both have declared for Wales. Williams may have felt no different.

    Just guessing really aren't you?

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    Thank the Lord that Zola Budd never ran through Grangetown, hed have put tin tacks down for her bare feet🤣

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