Wales want Bale more often

Wales boss Chris Coleman has urged Gareth Bale to make himself available for his country as often as possible.

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hughsie9 (Cardiff City) says...

Success breeds success. If Wales were just to eek into one major tournament the attitude of players and managers would change, and they would be encouraged to play internationals. You rarely hear of English players being held out of friendlies by their club managers.

Posted 12:07am 5th June 2014

redfloyd (Liverpool) says...

Ok so good players should only play for their country if they're in the top 10, 20 or 30? If all our top players thought like that we'd be (even more) dog s**t.

Posted 10:10pm 2nd June 2014

xfloydx says...

Must be frustrating for him. One of the best players alive and will likely never take part in a world cup.

Posted 6:24pm 2nd June 2014

fictionalemu says...

There's a pretty big difference between Portugal - who have qualified for the last 8 major international tournaments and are currently ranked 3rd in the world - and Wales, who haven't qualified since 1976.

Posted 8:04pm 1st June 2014

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