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Ashley Williams: Defender still Wales captain despite being dropped - Ryan Giggs

BBC Sport Sunday, 24 March 2019
Ashley Williams: Defender still Wales captain despite being dropped - Ryan GiggsWales manager Ryan Giggs says Ashley Williams will keep the captaincy despite dropping him for the Euro 2020 qualifying win over Slovakia.
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News video: Giggs lauds match-winner James as Wales make ‘perfect’ start to qualifying

Giggs lauds match-winner James as Wales make ‘perfect’ start to qualifying 00:52

Wales boss Ryan Giggs hailed match-winner Daniel James' "fantastic" performance after his early goal sunk Slovakia at Cardiff City Stadium.

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