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MessagePosté le: Lun 19 Mar - 09:09 (2018)    Sujet du message: Ryan Giggs defends Ashley Williams' Everton form ahead of Ch Répondre en citant


sbo666 Ryan Giggs has backed Ashley Williams to bounce back from a difficult season at Everton after retaining the defender as his Wales captain.

Williams has been heavily criticised for his club performances this season and is currently serving a domestic ban after being sent off in Everton's defeat at Burnley earlier this month.

However, new Wales boss Giggs has shown his faith in the veteran centre-back by handing him the armband at the China Cup this week.

When asked about Williams' indifferent form, Giggs said: "Everton have had a change of manager and new ideas have come in but all I can really gauge are Ash's performances for Wales and they have been fantastic.

"It is like a lot of the players, they seem to just go on to that next level when they play for Wales.

"That is all I'll be looking at. I have had several chats with him and he has been a tremendous captain for Wales.

"The club form for some of the players might not be what it is for Wales, but when they come away with us I want them to perform." sbo666 

Williams, who forged his reputation at Swansea before joining Everton in 2016, was appointed Wales captain by Giggs' predecessor Chris Coleman in October 2012.

The 33-year-old was a hugely influential figure in Wales' rise under Coleman and led the side during their historic run to the Euro 2016 semi-finals in France.

But Williams has been below his best during a season of turmoil at Everton, making several high-profile mistakes, and his frustration was evident when he was sent off for lashing out at Burnley striker Ashley Barnes.

Giggs said: "He came down to meet me and all the staff, it was the day after he got sent off, so it was great for him to come down.

"I've been a player and if you lose the game a day before, and you've got stuff to do the day after, you don't feel like doing it.

"I was delighted for him to come down and spend a few hours with all the staff. I did say to him: 'You need games now!' and he laughed at that. He has been brilliant with me."

Giggs' bow as Wales manager comes at the China Cup, a four-team tournament which will be played in the southern Chinese city of Nanning.

Wales will play the hosts on Thursday before being involved in either a third-place game or a final against the Czech Republic or Uruguay. sbo666


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wwwpic5678 Kyle Walker admits England need a “miracle” to win the World Cup in Russia because the players lack experience on the world stage. The 27-year-old has been a key component of Manchester City's Premier League title-winning season following his summer arrival from Tottenham and helped Gareth Southgate's men earn automatic qualification from Group F, after an unbeaten campaign.

Walker was part of the disappointing exit to Iceland at Euro 2016 in France and says their inexperience on the world stage means both players and managers need to be realistic about their chances. "I hope we can go as far as we can go, but we need to be realistic," Walker told TalkSPORT.

"To win the World Cup is going to be a miracle, but we have got the players to do it. A lot of us play in probably the best league in the world. "We've got the players to do it, but have we got the experience going further along in competitions? No, we haven't. Not in recent years. wwwpic5678

"We need to be realistic. There are a lot of good teams out there and our record in tournaments has not been fantastic. "We've had a lot of conversations inside the camp - England haven't won a knockout game for God knows how many years, so for us to go there and win a knockout game, that would be a step in the right direction." wwwpic5678
 


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