Police say they want "no surprises" from Welsh football fans.Read the full story ›
There is speculation Jose Mourinho's appointment to Manchester United could lead to assistant manager Ryan Giggs departing the club.Read the full story ›
Chris Coleman expects Head Coach Paul Trollope to leave the Wales set-up following Euro 2016 to concentrate on Cardiff City.Read the full story ›
A press conference is due to be held tomorrow, where it's thought they'll announce a contract extension for Chris Coleman.Read the full story ›
Paul Trollope has been confirmed as Cardiff City’s new boss, taking over the role from former Manager Russell Slade.Read the full story ›
Cardiff City FC have unveiled head coach Paul Trollope as the successor to Russell Slade.
Trollope, who is also a coach with the Welsh National team, first joined the Bluebirds in March 2015.
He will retain his title of Head Coach but will oversee all first team affairs.
I am delighted for Paul on his new appointment. He is young, full of ideas, extremely hard working and this is an opportunity for him to establish his credentials further.
I believe Paul will improve the team in several areas. In particular, I hope he will lead the team to play an attractive style of football that Cardiff City fans love.
We hope that under Paul’s leadership, Cardiff City will return to the Premier League. I’d like to thank him for what he’s done for us so far whilst wishing him the best of luck for the future. He has our full support.
Trollope said he would remain part of the Wales set-up until at least after Euro 2016.
I'm due to meet up with Wales in preparation for the Euros and that doesn't change.
I've got full belief that I've got time to prepare properly for pre-season and the new season ahead.
After that I think there will be a discussion moving forward with Chris Coleman, the FAW and the club whether it's viable (to stay).
Welsh football fans driving in France during Euro 2016 are being advised to check the laws of the road.Read the full story ›
A stark warning was issued by council chiefs in Gwynedd, especially as England play Wales at 2pm on a Thursday afternoon in term-time.Read the full story ›
The squad met with the band earlier this week to record the video.Read the full story ›
It is exactly one month to go before the UEFA Euro 2016 finals kick off in France on the 10th of June.
Wales will be making their first appearance in a major football tournament since 1958 when they take on Slovakia in the Stade de Bordeaux on the 11th of June.
Gareth Coleman announced his 29-man squad pre Euro 2016 training camp yesterday.