World Cup: Wales boss Rob Page inspired by local hero and Rhondda spirit as he prepares for opener

Wales manager Rob Page is hoping to inspire the Dragons with local hero Jimmy Murphy and the spirit of Rhondda as he gears up for their World Cup opener against the USA

The Wales World Cup squad has been forged in principles of Rhondda Valley rugby union country, just as the last one was in 1958. 

Rob Page and Jimmy Murphy, the managers of the respective squads, were brought up three miles apart in adjacent valleys, on opposite ends of the hilltop St Mary’s Wells, one of the nation’s most sacred sites.

The two never met before Murphy’s death, though…

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