SCOTLAND players will take the knee in solidarity with their England counterparts when they play at Wembley in Euro 2020. The Scots had confirmed on Thursday that they would continue standing in solidarity against racism during the tournament but the reaction has prompted a partial rethink 24 hours later.
Wales are recreating the spirit of 2016 as they seek to live up to the achievements of their extraordinary run to the semi-finals in the last European Championship. The ‘Together Stronger’ motto became a legendary part of Wales’ tournament and the message has been posted at selected places around the team hotel.
Ben Cabango: Wales and Swansea defender says taking a knee before games 'shows we're making progress'
There were no boos heard when Wales took a knee before their game against Albania on Saturday, but Ben Cabango says even if there are boos heard in Azerbaijan this coming weekend it won't deter the team; "With some people I just don't think there's any change in them," he said
England fans urged to 'drown out the boos' in new Kick It Out and Football Supporters' Association campaign
Fans are being urged to 'drown out the boos' at Wembley in a new Kick It Out and Football Supporters' Association initiative as England begin their Euro 2020 campaign on Sunday. It comes after England boss Gareth Southgate's pleas to respect the anti-discrimination gesture were once again ignored by a small section of fans during the side's final Euro 2020 warm-up game against Romania.
Wales boss Robert Page had plenty of Euro 2020 food for thought after the 3-0 friendly defeat away to France on Wednesday. The Dragons start their European Championship campaign against Switzerland in Baku, with Italy and Turkey completing the Group A picture. Here, the PA news agency predicts what the Wales team will look like for the June 12 opener.
West Ham United could be plotting another raid on the EFL this summer with Ben Cabango apparently in their sites. According to ExWHUemployee, the Swansea City defender is a player of interest to the Irons as they look to add to their squad and build on a great season in the Premier League.
Swansea City centre back Ben Cabango is said to be of interest to West Ham United, with ExWHUemployee recently telling the The West Ham Way Podcast that the club see the player as someone with a lot of potential. Cabango has gradually become a regular for the Swans after making his way through the club’s academy over the years and played a total of 35 games for the Welsh side across all competitions as they just missed out on promotion to the Premier League, with Steve Cooper’s side losing 2-0 to Brentford at Wembley Stadium.
This article is part of Football League World’s ‘The Verdict’ series, which provides personal opinions from the FLW writers regarding the latest breaking news, teams, players, managers, potential signings and more… West Ham United are reportedly keen on signing Swansea City defender Ben Cabango according to ExWHUemployee on The West Ham Way podcast.
According to a report by reliable club insider ExWHUemployee, via West Ham Central, the club have looked into promising Swansea City defender Ben Cabango as interest emerges in the player. Cabango, who started 31 Championship matches over the 2020/2021 season under Steve Cooper, has indeed entered the radar of West Ham following another impressive campaign for the Swans.
Wales manager Rob Page will reveal his squad for the upcoming European Championship tournament, where Wales face Switzerland, Turkey and Italy in the group stages Wales' Rob Page will reveal his Euro 2020 squad for this summer's European Championships on Sunday evening. Page and his staff have been in Portugal this week with players who have completed club duties as final preparations are made ahead of the tournament.
WALES manager Robert Page has named 28 players for his Euro preparation camp in Portugal. Fifteen players from the Cardiff training camp will stay on for Portugal, and are joined by players who have just finished their respective club seasons. Daniel James is unavailable due to Manchester United’s involvement in the Europa league final, while Swansea City's Connor Roberts and Ben Cabango will be taking part in the Championship play-off final.
Robert Page has named a 28-man squad as Wales prepare for EURO 2020 next month WALES manager Robert Page has named 28 players for his EURO preparation camp in Portugal. 15 players from the Cardiff training camp stay on for Portugal and are joined by players who have just finished their respective club seasons.
Marc Guehi earned another man-of-the-match award for his superb display against Barnsley in the play-off semi-final Marc Guehi has been told that his future is anything he wants it to be after another barnstorming display in a Swansea City shirt. The 20-year-old was given the man of the match award once again following the 1-1 draw with Barnsley - a result which sealed Swansea's place in the play-off final.
Swansea City beat Barnsley 1-0 in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final last night and many fans have been waxing lyrical about the performance of goalkeeper Freddie Woodman. Andre Ayew’s goal just before the break means Steve Cooper’s side head back to the Liberty Stadium with a one-goal lead but the performances of some of the players at the other end of the pitch were no less important.
Several Swansea City players received high praise from former Crewe, Norwich City, West Ham and England striker Dean Ashton after the win over Barnsley Dean Ashton lavished praise on Ben Cabango and Marc Guehi after the pair's efforts in Swansea City's 1-0 Championship play-off semi-final first leg win over Barnsley.
Steve Cooper has opened up on his side being tagged as the underdogs by bookmakers while also addressing Barnsley manager Valerien Ismael's comments on the Swans being favourites Steve Cooper believes Swansea City's results against Barnsley this season will count for nothing when they take on the Tykes in the Championship play-offs.
Swansea City press conference Live: Latest team news and updates ahead of Barnsley play-off semi-final first leg
Steve Cooper faces the media today ahead of the first leg of the Championship play-off semi-final between Swansea City and Barnsley Swansea City travel to Barnsley on Monday for the first leg of the Championship play-off semi-final contest between the sides.Around 4,500 home fans will be in attendance at Oakwell, although Steve Cooper's men will be bidding to leave Yorkshire with the advantage ahead of the second leg at the Liberty Stadium five days later.
Fan columnist Guto Llewelyn casts his eye over the strengths and weaknesses of Barnsley ahead of the Championship play-off semi-finals The play-offs are usually associated with great moments of magic.In Swansea’s case we remember events such as Darren Pratley’s strike from his own half in 2011, Rory Fallon’s bicycle kick in 2006 or conversely the gut-wrenching spectacle of Northampton’s John Frain curling his final minute free-kick past Roger Freestone in 1997.
Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael has addressed the media ahead of his side's clash with Swansea City at Oakwell on Monday night Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael says his team are a completely different side to the one that Swansea City defeated 2-0 twice earlier this season.The Swans emerged victorious against the Tykes at the Liberty Stadium in December thanks to a Jamal Lowe strike and an own goal from Victor Adeboyejo.