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England lack midfield strength to be a World Cup force - Ryan Giggs

Wales manager Ryan Giggs assesses England's hopes of success at the World Cup.
Wales manager and Man United legend Ryan Giggs speaks exclusively to ESPN FC about his wish for the Premier League to institute a winter break

SHANGHAI, China -- Wales manager Ryan Giggs has questioned whether England have the quality in midfield to make a major impact at the World Cup in Russia.

Gareth Southgate's side will be favourites to advance to the round of 16 along with Belgium from Group H but, while Giggs believes England can benefit from the youthful talents of Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford, he is yet to be convinced by the team's midfield options.

"I think they've got some really talented young players, players...

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Wales' Ashley Williams suffers collapsed lung in Javier Hernandez collision

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez discuss what Rafael Marquez would offer Mexico if he makes Juan Carlos Osorio's 23-man squad.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez reflect on Rafael Marquez's contributions to El Tri and how he might fit into Juan Carlos Osorio's World Cup plan.

Ashley Williams has thanked staff at a Los Angeles hospital for their care after he suffered a collapsed lung while playing for Wales against Mexico in the city on Tuesday.

Wales captain Williams also sustained two broken ribs in a collision with Mexico striker Javier Hernandez that forced him to leave the pitch after 17 minutes of the first half.

Writing on his Facebook page, the Everton defender said: "Crazy couple of weeks. Great to be back in a Wales shirt & with the lads. However, after coming...

 By Tom Marshall

Wales boss Ryan Giggs call Gareth Bale 'greatest' Welsh player I've seen

Watch from all angles as Gareth Bale wins the UEFA Champions League for Real Madrid with a stunning bicycle kick against Liverpool.
Real Madrid UCL final match winner Gareth Bale was disappointed not to start against Liverpool and wants to play consistently.
Gareth Bale played the hero role for Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but Stewart Robson does not think his future is in Spain.
Check out some of the sights and sounds from Kiev, Liverpool and Madrid as Gareth Bale scored twice to clinch the Champions League title for Real Madrid.
Sub Gareth Bale scored a stunning overhead kick in between two howlers from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius to give Real Madrid their third UCL title in a row.

LOS ANGELES -- Wales manager Ryan Giggs poured praise on Gareth Bale following his match-winning performance for Real Madrid in Saturday's 3-1 Champions League victory over Liverpool in Kiev, Ukraine.

"It's quite apt that Zidane is the [Real Madrid] manager," Giggs said ahead of Wales' training session in Los Angeles. "The goal he scored at Hampden Park [in 2002], one of those goals where you just go 'wow.'"

"And it was one of those moments from Gareth. It's up there as one of the best Champions...

 By PA Sport

David Brooks commits to Wales: England call was a 'misunderstanding'

Stewart Robson and Gab Marcotti believe Harry Kane might wish he could take his words back after saying England could win the World Cup.

David Brooks insists his future is with Wales and that he will not be returning to the England set-up.

The highly-rated Sheffield United forward was named the best player when England won the Under-20 Toulon Tournament last summer. But Warrington-born Brooks -- whose mother Cathryn is from Llangollen -- switched to Wales a few months later and was capped against France and Panama in November, producing a man-of-the-match performance in the latter.

Brooks could still represent England as those games...