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Wales rests Bale and Giggs

WALES manager John Toshack opted to rest Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs and Southampton left back Gareth Bale last night.

Wales played out a 0-0 draw with Northern Ireland.

Toshack told the Echo: 'We did not really need to see Ryan or Gareth, we know what they can do.

'I just hope that they will now be fully fit and ready for our game at Croke Park against the Irish'.

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Date:Wednesday February 7 2007

Time: 1:00PM

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Thanks Wales!
Archer
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07/02/2007 11:53:00

Make the most of him he wants to play in the Premiership next season.
pompeygray
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07/02/2007 13:44:00

Don't need to see giggs and bale ? is he **** real ? how can he know how they play together if don't play together, 1st and 2nd div players playing for their country give us a break tosh, play your best win games and gain confidence get up the rankings and then maybe we'll get an easier group to qualify from.
cyjax
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07/02/2007 13:48:00

thats good for us as he will be sharper and fresher when we play West Brom at the Weekend
the_saints_sfc
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07/02/2007 16:14:00

 

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