Wales failed to win the China Cup. Instead they lost 1-0 to Uruguay. They should never have given it to Giggsy.
Gareth Bale is now Wales' record goalscorer in an absolute cruise in Ryan Giggs' first game as manager...
The Football Association of Wales would lose £100,000 if Bale didn't play. So...
Phil Foden, Eddie Nketiah, Jadon Sancho...who doesn't want to see that? Plus, they've 'given it to Giggsy'.
Their four-game stint during Ryan Giggs' interim run as Man United manager went so well, you see.
Finally, somebody has given it to Giggsy. And he is promising 'fun'. Not for the first time.
Presumably, Giggsy has polished his interview technique after flunking his Swansea test...
Another presentable managerial opportunity, another declaration of interest from Ryan Giggs.
The Wales manager doesn't need to be experienced, he just need to "inspire" players. Giggs, then?
The manager guided Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 and is set to takeover at Sunderland
One player wants Chris Coleman to "carry on being the greatest Welsh manager of all time"...
"When the dust settles we'll see where we go," says Coleman. Does he fancy the Premier League?
Serbia qualified and Spain and Italy won, but it's all about that Iceland team. Heroes...
James McClean continued his impressive form for country as his effort sent Ireland into the play-offs.
England are through, but here's what everyone else needs over the weekend to further their qualification hopes...
"A point may be OK, but we'll go for three. That's the way it's set up." It's all set for a doozy in Cardiff...
Tom Lawrence's second half strike was enough for Wales to secure a crucial three points against Georgia in Tbilisi.
Wales are currently second in Group D, one point above the Republic of Ireland with two games left.
Sheffield United's David Brooks has been named in the Wales squad for their final World Cup qualifiers.
Chris Coleman says Wales "have to take it slow" with Ben Woodburn. "Unless we’re forced to..."
"If we have to get through the play-off, no problem. Absolutely, no problem at all," says Chris Coleman.
The football world is rife with discussion as to whether Ramsey's penalty for Wales was a Panenka.
More on bad fouls and type of players, why Defoe should go to Russia, it can be Winks AND Davies and sensational comebacks...
Nobody ever is. What we do know is that it was a horrific challenge that broke Seamus Coleman's leg.
"There's no knee-jerk reaction to cap him," insists Wales boss Chris Coleman of Ben Woodburn.
The football associations of the home nations have been fined by FIFA following last month's poppy row.
Wales suffered a World Cup blow as Serbia struck late on at the Cardiff City Stadium to earn a 1-1 draw.
There's a reason Wales have only played four friendlies in two years; it's got them in qualifying pot A.
Little more than 20 years before reaching a Euro semi-final, Wales suffered their most embarrassing defeat.
Chris Coleman says Wales will heed any Arsenal advice over the fitness of Aaron Ramsey
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