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Talk about do everything right, that’s Chris Coleman, the man who goes about his business in a very modest way, playing success down (rather like Tony Pulis) maintaining relegation is priority so players don’t get ahead of themselves.

Yeah, nobody expected Coleman to take his team this far and that includes him himself, but as each match unfolds he sees that his team are real contenders, only getting lost a little against England, which is one failure being not giving Jonny Williams more playing time instead of Joe Ledley, who I believe he has used as his Muscle Man.

Williams has been there outstanding performer (footballer) and if he replaces Aaron Ramsey tonight it will not effect Wales’s chances one iota. He has shown great composure in the minutes he has been on the field, even overcoming a GBH attempt from former Liverpool defender Skrtel.


But the young man picked himself up dusted himself down and got back on the ball and showed the big central defender that brain will always overcome brawn.

Creation as been at a premium in this competition and that is why Williams has caught my eye and I fancy him to come through tonight as Wales try to beat the Sharks who really would look better in red.

They have been swimming in the lower waters of this competition failing to win a match and lucky to get through when Hungary crashed their post at 3-3, but they are there and there to be beaten.

It will not be Bale v Ronaldo tonight….

It will be won and lost in the middle of the field and with Joe Allen having a fine competition, Williams can swing it in these Shark infested waters, with the Great White looking to pounce on his prey with the Golden Boot in sight.

Wales go into this match having overcame the disappointment of their worst performance against England, a match that Coleman said they got carried away after taking a shock lead thanks to Joe ‘Give Us A ‘W/Save’ Hart.

Portugal have got better as the competition has gone on and they might feel that it is something they can pull off after being second best throughout.

However, The Mustard Man Coleman has although been hot has stayed cool in the heat of battle and made moves from the bench like Swiss Clockmaker.

His precision has been immaculate and tonight will incredibly, not be his biggest test to date when you think Wales kept Hazard, De Bryne and Lukaku (players worth zillions in comparison to Wales) quiet in the previous match, and I’m sure that is exactly what he will tell his Welsh Dragons.

Coleman already is the new King of Wales but what is to come will be the icing on a very tasty cake, or the English Mustard on his very juicy Steak!.

By | 2017-05-22T21:30:57+00:00 July 6th, 2016|Euro 2016|0 Comments

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Alan Hudson former England, Chelsea, Arsenal, Stoke City and Seattle Sounders player and frequent blogger loves to share his thoughts on the beautiful game.

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