Who of you know the track record of the Wales national team on the World Cup stage?. Of course, almost all of them will shake their heads or do not know. Therefore, their presence in Qatar 2022, has been underestimated.
However, if it is underestimated, the enthusiasm of Wales will be burning to talk a lot at the Qatar 2022 World Cup. “I hope we can make this country proud in November and we can continue our success by qualifying for another major tournament,” said Rob Page, Wales coach.
Wales’ success in securing a place in the Qatar 2022 World Cup finals has become history. The Dragons ‘had’ to wait for 64 years to be able to return to action in the biggest balbalan stage every four years.
The Wales national team first participated in the 1958 World Cup. Amazingly, at that time, Wales immediately stepped on the gas. After that, Wales was like being swallowed by the earth.
Although not counted, the people of Wales still give full support to Page’s fleet. “The World Cup is the perfect opportunity for us to show Wales on the world stage,” said Steve Williams, President of the Football Association of Wales.
Wales’ actions in the 2022 World Cup stage will be a magnet in itself. How not, they carry a style that is almost the same as their group mates, England.
Yup, the British war will be a spectacle that should not be missed. The two familiar styles will showcase their side of fun on a stage as big as the 2022 World Cup.
Star Player Profile : Gareth Bale
Bale is carrying a heavy burden. As the most senior player with a wealth of experience, Wales supporters have high hopes for him. In the national team, Bale shines on his own.
The 33-year-old player, who has played in the English and Spanish Leagues, has appeared in 106 matches with The Dragons. The result was very satisfying: 39 goals and 14 assists.
His experience while defending Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid certainly makes Bale a threat to opponents. Moreover, they are in Group B which is also inhabited by England, Iran and the United States.
Even though he is no longer young, the players who are currently playing with Los Angeles FC are not finished yet. Evidently, the captain’s armband is still entrusted to him.
Coach Profile : Rob Page
Plong! Page can now focus on work. After being worried about his future, Wales’ PSSI gave him a contract extension for the next four to four years.
Page is the interim coach, following the resignation of Ryan Giggs in 2020. Rewarded with a new contract, Page is beyond happy. His adrenaline suddenly spiked.
“There is no greater honor than coaching the national team and I look forward to the challenges of the next four years, starting with our first World Cup (2022) in 64 years,” Page said.
Page is far less flashy than Giggs. However, his experience as a tactician is more than adequate. The 48-year-old man has coached Wales U-21, Northampton Town and Port Vale.
Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey, Adam Davies, Tom King.
Defenders: Chris Gunter, Ben Davies, Connor Roberts, Ethan Ampadu, Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Oliver Denham.
Middle: Aaron Ramsey, Harry Wilson, Jonny Williams, Matthew Smith, Dylan Levitt, Sorba Thomas, Wes Burns.
Forwards: Gareth Bale, Daniel James, Brennan Johnson, Rabbi Matondo, Mark Harris.
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Wales vs Inggris (Al Rayyan Stadium)