The Dragon Roars Again: Wales and the Euros 2016

After years of telling ourselves this is our year , finally, 2016 is our year Fifty eight years since 1958, at last Wales have qualified for a major international tournament again The Dragon Roars Again tells the story of Wales historic journey to the apex of international football with exclusive insights from the people who made it possible Inside these pages you wilAfter years of telling ourselves this is our year , finally, 2016 is our year Fifty eight years since 1958, at last Wales have qualified for a major international tournament again The Dragon Roars Again tells the story of Wales historic journey to the apex of international football with exclusive insights from the people who made it possible Inside these pages you will find the thoughts of Chris Coleman, Osian Roberts, Raymond Verheijen, Ashley Williams and so many accounts of this incredible voyage that Welsh football has been on over the last 58 years The author looks in depth at Wales development under Hughes, Toshack, Speed and Coleman in the new millennium, and he also casts an eye over previous near misses The Dragon is roaring again, and this book tells its story A superbly researched book, full of in depth information on Wales return to the pinnacle of football from the people who made it possible An incredible story, very well told Roger Speed An excellent account of Wales journey to Euro 2016 Taking into account all the heartbreak of years gone by and how it has defined Wales as a footballing nation is no mean feat Jamie has a bright future ahead of him Gary Pritchard An excellent contribution to Welsh football literature Chris Coleman
The Dragon Roars Again Wales and the Euros After years of telling ourselves this is our year finally is our year Fifty eight years since at last Wales have qualified for a major international tournament again The Dragon Roars Aga

  • Title: The Dragon Roars Again: Wales and the Euros 2016
  • Author: Jamie Thomas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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