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Nations League: 'There's more to come, believe me,' says Wales boss Rob Page

Wales manager Rob Page says he could not be prouder of his players despite another late defeat by the Netherlands. In an overly congested window, Wales' three Nations League defeats will be overshadowed by qualification for the 2022 World Cup. "There are too many positives to be down about the...
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Rob Page brings together Wales squad to realise World Cup dream

The Cardiff City Stadium echoed to the sound of a song rarely heard in Madrid. “Viva Gareth Bale” rang out as the man himself bounced up and down before the crowd noticed that, amid an ungainly jig, he was pointing to his goalkeeper and close friend. They heeded his advice and switched their attentions to saluting Wayne Hennessey instead. If Bale took Wales to the World Cup, so did Hennessey, whose nine saves included a stunning stop from Artem Dovbyk. A veteran of 102 caps, he has only made two league appearances in as many years. He traded the role...
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Wales: Rob Page revels in ‘unbelievable feeling’ after guiding nation to World Cup

Wales manager Rob Page reflected on “an unbelievable feeling” after guiding his nation to a first World Cup appearance for 64 years.Wales secured a 1-0 victory over Ukraine at the Cardiff City Stadium after Gareth Bale’s 34th-minute free-kick was headed into his own net by Andriy Yarmolenko.“It's an unbelievable feeling, if you can see the scenes in the dressing room now, it's incredible,” Page said. He also praised the supporters for being “magnificent” and called the match “stressful”. Click here to sign up for our newsletters. Read More Ukraine news live: Russian foreign minister cancels Serbia tripWhy did Russia invade Ukraine? The conflict explainedSign The Independent’s petition to help the people of Ukraine
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Wales vs Ukraine: Rob Page believes Gareth Bale will be ready for Sunday's World Cup play-off final

Wales manager Rob Page believes Gareth Bale will be ready for Sunday's World Cup play-off final against Ukraine after sitting out Wednesday's Nations League clash in Poland. Live on Sky Sports, the Welsh have the chance to make their first World Cup finals appearance in 64 years when they take on Ukraine, who won 3-1 in their play-off semi-final against Scotland in Glasgow on Wednesday.
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Rob Page proud of Wales’ progress in recent years but not resting on laurels

Rob Page believes Wales should be proud to be among the top-ranked teams in the Nations League and believes it will aid their improvement. Wales won promotion to League A in the last edition of the competition and Thursday’s draw for the next version put Page’s team in a group alongside Belgium, Holland and Poland.
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Wales World Cup 2022 squad: Rob Page names his final qualification squad

Should they qualify, the Wales World Cup 2022 squad will be named in around 12 months' time. Today, Rob Page takes a step closer to that final 23, with his last selection for the group stage qualifiers. Neither Gareth Bale nor Aaron Ramsey are enjoying particularly good seasons at club...
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