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FAW to appeal FIFA sanctions after Armistice Day commemorations

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The Football Association of Wales said it will appeal sanctions posed by FIFA after Armistice Day commemorations in 2016.

In a statement the FAW confirmed it had received written reasons from FIFA's Disciplinary Committee relating to sanctions imposed during Wales' World Cup Qualifier against Serbia on November 12, 2016.

The FAW faced a fine of 20,000 Swiss francs or £15,692 by the governing body for what it described as 'displaying political symbols' during the match, which include wreaths being laid and a poppy being created in the stands by fans.


Taylor set to leave Swansea for Aston Villa

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Wales international Neil Taylor is set to leave Swansea to join Aston Villa as part of an exchange for Jordan Ayew.

26-year-old Taylor joined the Swans from Wrexham in 2010 and has established himself as a regular in the Wales side.

Paul Clement confirmed his departure at today's press conference ahead of Swansea's match against Southampton tomorrow.

That is not done yet but it is close to being done. Ayew can play wide or through the middle and I like that versatility.

Neil has been a great servant to this club but feel it is right time for new challenge and he would like to take it.

– Paul Clement, Swansea manager

Ayew is the brother of former Swansea forward Andre Ayew who left the Liberty join West Ham last summer.

Cardiff City fall to narrow defeat at Brighton

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Cardiff City have suffered a 1-0 defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium.

A goal from Tomer Hemed in the second half earned Brighton all three points, and saw them return to the top of the Championship table.


Swansea City suffer heavy defeat to Arsenal

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil (right) Swansea City's Nathan Dyer battle for the ball during the match at the Liberty Stadium Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire/PA Images

Swansea City have suffered a heavy 4-0 defeat to Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium.

Own goals from Jack Cork and Kyle Naughton helped secure a firm victory for the Gunners.

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