Gareth Bale is not as badly injured as Real Madrid and Wales first feared.Read the full story ›
Wales striker Tom Lawrence insists Wales will not be fazed by the loss of Bale in their remaining 2018 World Cup qualifiers.Read the full story ›
The Real Madrid star will not be featuring in the Georgia and Republic of Ireland matches next week with a calf strain.Read the full story ›
Defender Chris Gunter has been named Welsh footballer of the year. He's the first man other than Gareth Bale to win the award since 2012.Read the full story ›
Wales face an anxious wait over Gareth Bale after the forward missed Real Madrid's LaLiga clash with Espanyol on Sunday.Read the full story ›
Brooks, who qualifies for Wales through his Wrexham-born mother, switched allegiance from England in August.Read the full story ›
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane was full of praise for Gareth Bale after the Wales forward scored a stunning goal on Sunday night.Read the full story ›
Wilfried Bony looks set for a first Swansea start since he rejoined the club in Tuesday's Carabao Cup clash against Reading.
Swans manager Paul Clement made only a small number of changes for the trip to MK Dons in round two but Bony looks set to be called upon.
Elsewhere, Clement is likely to hand opportunities to goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt plus Angel Rangel, Renato Sanches, Leroy Fer and Roque Mesa as Swansea head to the Madejski Stadium.
Sections of the home crowd were heard booing the Wales forward during Wednesday’s 3-0 Champions League win against Apoel Nicosia.Read the full story ›
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has revealed he had to take a 'lot of painkillers' to be able to play last seasonRead the full story ›