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Can Gareth Bale conjure one last miracle against England? Wales must win to reach the last 16


The sun was up again during that endless summer on France’s Brittany coast when Gareth Bale walked into a classroom for a discussion, which has been remembered across the six years for just one of the many words he spoke.

How many England players would make Wales’s line-up? he was asked. ‘None,’ he replied. His discussion of Wales, England and why he wouldn’t have played for the latter, even if it had meant never gracing a tournament finals, was so mesmerising that Bale left the room to a round of applause. ‘We feel more pride and passion than anyone else,’ he said at the Wales base in Dinard.

That confidence was borne of soaring self-belief, at what we now know was the high tide mark of a glorious Welsh footballing generation. But contrast the way Bale has assiduously avoided any…



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