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Wales’ Kieffer Moore needed protecting after gruelling season, Rob Page insists

Wales’ Euro 2020 hero Kieffer Moore had to be protected after a gruelling domestic season impacted by Covid-19, interim manager Robert Page has explained. Former lifeguard Moore was Wales’ saviour in their tournament opener against Switzerland as his second-half headed equaliser secured a 1-1 draw in Baku. The 6ft 5ins...
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Last chance for Wales' golden generation: Rob Page is bidding to emulate the spirit of 2016 but such a golden summer will be hard to live up to for Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey & Co at Euro 2020

Even when the Wales players look in the mirror here, they see evidence of an attempt to locate the spirit of 2016. Five years ago, the motto was #togetherstronger as they journeyed to a semi-final. This time, the players found the message ‘Goray Chwarae Cyd Chwarae’ (‘the best play is team play‘) attached to the mirrors of their hotel rooms when they arrived on Monday. The words were first stitched into the Wales crest, exactly 70 years ago. ‘A nice little touch when you first get here,’ Joe Allen reflected. ‘A little bit of home. It sums up what we’re about.’
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Wales 0-0 Albania: Rob Page says Aaron Ramsey has not suffered serious injury after taking a heavy kick to the shin as hosts are frustrated in final warm-up match ahead of Euro 2020

Wales manager Rob Page insisted that Aaron Ramsey had not sustained serious damage following a blow to his shin during a goalless, ill-tempered final Euro 2020 warm-up game against Albania. Juventus midfielder Ramsey took a heavy kick from Ardian Ismajli a few minutes into the second half but Page said:...
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Wales’s Rob Page plans to sound out Chris Coleman for Euro 2020 advice

Rob Page has said he would be foolish not to reach out to Chris Coleman before leading Wales at the European Championship. Coleman guided the country to the Euro 2016 semi-finals and on Wednesday his former assistant Kit Symons joined Page’s backroom staff in the wake of Ryan Giggs’s continued absence.
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Kit Symons: Wales boss Rob Page adds coach to Euros staff

Wales manager Rob Page has added former national team coach Kit Symons to his European Championship backroom staff. Symons, 50, served as a coach for Wales under Chris Coleman and also won 36 caps as a defender in his playing days. Page takes charge of Wales this summer after national...
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Wales boss Ryan Giggs charged with three separate offences including ABH and will miss European Championships this summer - with Rob Page continuing his stand-in role for the tournament

Ryan Giggs will not manage Wales at the European Championship finals after he was charged with three offences just 50 days before their opening game against Switzerland. The former Manchester United winger was charged with causing actual bodily harm to a woman in her 30s and common assault of a woman in her 20s. Both counts relate to an incident on November 1 last year.
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