Jonny Williams targets another major tournament appearance with Wales
Jonny Williams’ career has mirrored a roller coaster but he is determined toenjoy another high with Wales next summer.
The midfielder was unable to stopCharlton going straight back down from the Sky Bet Championship last month – ayear after he helped the Addicks into the second tier with promotion via theLeague One play-offs.
Williams featured in the Wembley win against old clubSunderland in May 2019 after he had spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan withthe Black Cats, who went on to suffer relegation.
Fit and raring to go for thenext challenge, the 26-year-old has the ultimate long-term goal this season ofappearing at another European Championship with Wales.
Thousands of Covid-19 jabs are being administered after stadiums and football grounds in London were transformed into mass vaccination centres. Giant jab clinics have been set up at the Olympic Stadium, Stamford Bridge, Tottenham Hotspur FC, Charlton Athletic FC, Selhurst Park and Crystal Palace Athletics Centre. Chelsea FC had 6,000 Pfizer vaccines to administer on Saturday, with the jab being offered to all adults over the age of 18 yet to receive a first dose, as well as those awaiting a second Pfizer dose. The “super pop-ups” are expected to attract thousands of young Londoners on “super Saturday” who are now eligible to receive their first Covid jab.
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Anton Ferdinand believes England should be barred from hosting another major football tournament until racist abuse and social disorder problems can be eradicated from the game.England’s Euro 2020 final against Italy on Sunday was marred by scores of ticketless fans trying to break into Wembley, while Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka were subjected to racist abuse on social media.Ugly scenes in London’s Leicester Square and at Wembley before and after the penalty shoot-out defeat will also have damaged the nation’s chances of hosting the 2030 World Cup.
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Ticketless England fans managed to jump the perimeter walls of Wembley Stadium ahead of the Euro 2020 final.The security breach was confirmed by officials shortly before half-time in the match against Italy.
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The nation came to a standstill for the Three Lions’ biggest match in 55 years. Gareth Soundgate and his men left for Wembley, as the stadium filled up with more than 60,000 fans to see England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final. England got off to a flying start with Luke Shaw’s early stunner. but Italy wrested control of Sunday’s final and deservedly levelled through Leonardo Bonucci, with the match going to extra-time and then penalties. Italy won the shoot-out 3-2 to make sure of silverware.
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Bryony first became a household name in 2012 when she won gold at the World Cup in Sofia. She has since gone on to be crowned British champion four times, becoming the first GB trampolinist to win an Olympic medal. In 2014 she won gold with GBR at the European Championships and gold at the same event just two years later. Bryony came back from injury in 2018 and her story is an inspiration for gymnasts and athletes worldwide.
England fans riot after their team lost Euro Cup 2021 finals, videos of the same have gone viral on social media. This is not the first time that fans have acted crazy after a defeat or a loss. Check out this video to see such more bonkers fans.
Former Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams is proud of best friendWilfried Zaha for standing up to racism and stepping forward in the fight forequality, especially with it out of character for the..
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