Gerry Armstrong knows a thing or two about upsetting the odds at a major tournament.
“Look what these bastards have done to Wales. They’ve taken our coal, our water, our steel. They buy our homes and live in them for a fortnight every year. What have they given us? Absolutely nothing. We’ve been exploited, raped, controlled and punished by the English – and that’s who you are playing this afternoon. The English.”
Former Arsenal winger Robert Pires admits he has a "little regret" over snubbing the likes of Real Madrid.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with the Colombian centre-back.
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Derby County’s Jeff Hendrick could start for the Republic of Ireland.
In the midst of a scarring, salty day in Marseille it was a relief to get stuck into the questions that were purely about football. Watching England emerge into the vast atmospheric waves of the Vélodrome it was pertinent to wonder if Roy Hodgson had pitched his gambled selection right. Too attacking? Too carefree with the throw of the dice to suddenly pick the captain in unfamiliar midfield?
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Defender Eitan Tibi has reportedly snubbed a move to Rangers.
The West Ham United star was the key man in the win over Romania.
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Arun Murthy, Standard Chartered's global head of commodities, is retiring after eight years with the bank.
West Bromwich Albion should consider a loan move for the Chelsea man.