Swansea manager Garry Monk has hailed his team's 'togetherness' as the key to yesterday's win at Manchester United.
Swans in tough pre-season training in Chicago
The multi-national players meet at Roath Rec and the project celebrates the diverse community of football.
Newport County are away to Portsmouth in League Two. It's Portsmouth 0-0 Newport at half time.
Wrexham are currently drawing with Woking in the Conference after a late goal just before the half time whistle.
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Woking's Scott Rendell put the visitors in the lead with a goal in the 23rd minute.
Wrexham equalised 15 minutes later after a right footed shot by Louis Moult.
Swansea City take on West Bromwich Albion at home at the Liberty Stadium tomorrow. Fans might well expect another three points given the team's form - but Swans manager Garry Monk knows it won't be so easy.
Wales international James Collins has withdrawn from the squad's Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra. The Football Association of Wales says the West Ham defender is suffering from a hamstring injury.
He's been replaced by Newcastle United's Paul Dummett for the match on 9th September.
The Wales squad has been announced for the forthcoming UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra.
Wayne Hennessey - Crystal Palace; Kyle Letheren - Dundee; Owain Fon Williams - Tranmere Rovers #ANDvWAL
James Chester - Hull City; James Collins - West Ham United; Ben Davies - Tottenham Hotspur; Chris Gunter - Reading #ANDvWAL
Adam Matthews - Celtic; Samuel Ricketts - Wolverhampton Wanderers; Neil Taylor - Swansea City; Ashley Williams - Swansea City #ANDvWAL
Joe Allen - Liverpool; Emyr Huws - Manchester City (Loan Wigan Athletic); Andy King - Leicester City; Joe Ledley - Crystal Palace #ANDvWAL
Aaron Ramsey - Arsenal; David Vaughan - Nottingham Forest; Gareth Bale - Real Madrid; Simon Church - Charlton Athletic #ANDvWAL
Tom Lawrence - Manchester United; Hal Robson-Kanu - Reading; George Williams - Fulham; Jonathan Williams - Crystal Palace #ANDvWAL
Wales manager Chris Coleman believes the 'holy grail' of qualifying for a major tournament is within reach if he can play his best team in the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
The campaign starts in Andorra on 9th September, but it is the games against group favourites Belgium and Bosnia-Herzegovina as well as Israel and Cyprus which will determine whether Wales make it to France in 2016
Wales haven't qualified for a major final since the World Cup of 1958.
But, there is real hope this time that Coleman can turn that around by guiding a talented group of players to an expanded 24-team championship.
– Chris Coleman, Wales manager
We're going into it with enthusiasm. Expectations are always high and it's all to play for. The holy grail for us is to qualify and we've got a chance to do that over 10 games with a little bit of luck. That's the objective.
Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale heads the list but Coleman can also call on the likes of Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, Liverpool's Joe Allen and Swansea skipper Ashley Williams.
The squad will be announced later today.
Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay says he's spoken to his union about receiving equality and diversity training following controversial text messages between him and Iain Moody. Mackay insists he's not "racist" or a "homophobe."
Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has said he's 'no racist, no sexist and no homophobe', as he apologised for sending text messages he's called 'unacceptable.'
It's been alleged that he exchanged controversial text messages with his former recruitment chief Iain Moody, while they were both at the Bluebirds.
In a television interview, Mackay has now admitted sending three 'inappropriate' messages and says he did make a mistake.
Nick Hartley has the story.
Malky Mackay has insisted he is "no racist," "no homophobe" and "no anti-Semitic" after offensive text messages he is alleged to have sent were revealed.
The former Cardiff City manager said he was under "immense pressure" at the time the messages were sent, but admitted "it should not have happened".
Cardiff City Football Club have called for the chief executive of the League Managers Association to resign.
Cardiff say LMA chief executive Richard Bevan's position is "untenable" following public statements from the LMA on behalf of their former manager Malky Mackay.
Cardiff says it was "reprehensible that the LMA should itself put out a statement which seeks to dismiss deeply offensive racist comments as 'friendly banter'."
– Cardiff City Football Club
We also point out that the LMA members have a ‘Code of Conduct’ incorporated into their managerial contracts. One of the requirements is “A Manager shall not use racist or other discriminatory language. A Manager’s behaviour should demonstrate to Players and other employees under his control that discrimination in any form is unacceptable.” We therefore find it entirely reprehensible that the LMA should itself put out a statement which seeks to dismiss deeply offensive racist comments as 'friendly banter'.
If that is the view held by the LMA, as appears from its statement, we consider that Richard Bevan’s position is untenable and we call for his resignation"