Dylan Jones sy'n ymuno â Dylan Ebenezer a Malcolm Allen ar y soffa a bydd sgwrs arbennig gyda seren ifanc Cymru a Sheffield United David Brooks. An interview with Wales starlet ...
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-It's Wednesday night, but forget
-about Sheffield Wednesday...
-..it's Sheffield Utd which takes
-our attention this week.
-We'll take a look back at all the
-goals from the Welsh Premier League.
-And there aren't enough days
-in the week for Ffiona...
-..the busy Aberystwyth physio.
-Those puns are especially
-for our guest.
-He presents Post Cyntaf, Radio
-Cymru's early-morning show...
-..and also Ar y Marc, the station's
-Saturday morning football show.
-Dylan Jones' usual bedtime.
-I woke up at half past three.
-Malcs didn't realise there were
-two 6.30 times in a day!
-Dylan is a Leeds fan so he might
-not want to watch this next bit.
-One the one hand, we visit Sheffield
-to catch up with David Brooks.
-On the other hand, we show
-one of his goals against Leeds.
-Sheffield is a special place.
-A special young player is shining
-for one of the steel city's clubs...
-Illness was the only thing
-that floored David Brooks in 2017.
-from glandular fever...
-..he's back for club and country.
-Club and country,
-it was a real good year for me.
-It was filled with a lot of special
-memories for me and my family.
-Hopefully I'll get
-more years like that.
-I'm guessing Paris must be up there.
-To be in the minority of
-getting to play for your country...
-the stage it was on in France.
-My mum, my dad and my family all
-from Wales, all supporting in Paris.
-I think it was
-the most special memory I've got.
-You all came on together -
-you, Ethan Ampadu and Ben Woodburn.
-It's a great photo.
-Have you seen that photo?
-I've got them all
-from nine different angles.
-It was mine and Ethan's debut
-I think it was a pretty special one,
-especially for us two.
-Ben had a few more games
-..but I can see it being up there
-for him with the game it was.
-It was nice to be involved in.
-Panama again, you end up with
-Man of the Match, another highlight.
-That was the first one
-in front of the home fans.
-It was a good game but it was sad
-to see Chris Coleman go.
-Looking forward to the future
-and seeing what that holds.
-So, Ryan Giggs comes in now. You've
-been compared to Giggs as a player.
-That's a massive compliment.
-How aware are you of Ryan Giggs?
-Do you remember watching him?
-I'm a big Manchester United fan
-and a big fan of his.
-He was a great player
-and a Man Utd legend.
-Hopefully I'll get to play under him
-and take some pointers.
-With Wales, the photos
-are becoming a theme of this.
-There's a photo of Ryan Giggs
-playing for England Schoolboys.
-There's a photo of you
-wearing an England shirt.
-They might show that
-in years to come.
-What was the situation
-out in Toulon?
-When the squads got announced,
-I was in both.
-I hadn't been aware I'd been
-called up for Wales.
-It was a funny situation.
-I had to go away with England.
-We did well and I played well.
-It was always my ambition
-to go and play for Wales.
-Hopefully, it didn't change
-their minds after it.
-I went away and played
-against Switzerland and Portugal...
-..and got the call-up
-to the first team.
-You mentioned the Switzerland game.
-That was some goal, fair play.
-First game for them and I was
-delighted to get on the score sheet.
-We got the three points
-and that was nice.
-I've got to ask you about your club,
-You get a sense of how big they are.
-Speaking to Robert Page,
-they're a club on the way back.
-It's definitely a club on the rise.
-Coming back up
-into the Championship...
-..we've proved we can compete
-at this level.
-We believe we can push
-into the play-offs.
-Couple of things I'm fascinated
-with - do you play FIFA?
-If so, do you pick yourself?
-I do pick myself.
-I do play with that quite a lot.
-Brilliant. Are you happy
-with your rating on FIFA?
-Not on 64, no. Hopefully
-it gets improved next year.
-I can only do it on the computer
-game, you can do it on the pitch.
-Great to have you back on the pitch.
-Looking forward to watching you
-over the next few years.
-He certainly is
-a star of the future.
-Malcs, Ethan Ampadu and Ben Woodburn
-have gathered a lot of attention.
-But what about Brooks?
-He is quite a player.
-He scored again for Sheffield Utd
-against Burton Albion last night.
-He is very special. He is
-a real talent.
-He puts you on the edge
-of your seat.
-He plays the same role as Dele Alli.
-You never know what's coming next.
-He was in the Man City
-academy for many years.
-He looks delighted to play
-under Ryan Giggs.
-Robert Page speaks very
-highly of him.
-He has good people around him.
-Dylan, that nutmeg
-against Sheffield Wednesday.
-He really fooled that defender.
-He's doing that sort of thing
-at such a young age.
-Great to hear the excitement in his
-voice whilst talking about Giggs.
-I'm sure the Welsh fans will
-cheer on Giggs in the end.
-Ryan Giggs' first squad announcement
-takes place tomorrow.
-It seems that Brooks will be in
-the U21 squad because of illness.
-I think there might be a few new
-defenders drafted into the squad.
-Neil Taylor won't be in this squad.
-Chris Mepham also plays
-It's important to bring
-in new players.
-The squad for the China Cup will be
-revealed in St Fagan's tomorrow.
-This week, it's the turn of
-Talybont but which one?
-The real one of course,
-the one near Aberystwyth.
-Talybont Pendro Challenge.
-Look at that one!
-That was special.
-What is he doing?
-He looked up, kept his head,
-sent the goalie the wrong way.
-Goodnight and thank you.
-Look at that,
-look at the state of it.
-There's no other world.
-You could have run around the goal
-and still saved it.
-What a goal!
-Let's take a look at the
-Pendro Challenge Scoreboard.
-Three for Talybont which puts them
-in mid-table mediocrity.
-If you want to take part
-in the challenge...
-..get in touch with us
-here at Sgorio.
-Dylan Jones, you are the voice
-of Ar y Marc on Radio Cymru.
-The programme has been going
-for 26 years!
-Not bad considering it was
-supposed to be a one-off series!
-The first one was in 1992.
-It was when Wrexham played
-Arsenal in the FA Cup.
-There was music and other
-sports at the beginning.
-We then decided just to
-stick to football.
-What's the secret for making
-such a long-running programme?
-I don't really know.
-I think we introduce
-football to everyone.
-We don't take it too
-That picture was in Bordeaux. That
-was a real highlight.
-Wales's first game in the
-There have been 1300 programmes and
-I've only been on it once!
-Our budget just doesn't
-stretch to you, Malcolm.
-Your agent also said he wanted
-change the name of the programme...
-..to Ar Y Malc!
-There is also a video from
-a TV programme.
-You look like you were in the
-film Reservoir dogs!
-You look very well there.
-Some lovely pictures there.
-It's amazing how many
-stories are out there.
-There are also so many
-characters involved in the game.
-There are hundreds of football
-clubs and thousands of fans.
-They just want to talk
-Some people don't like football
-and still listen to the show.
-It's on at 8.30 every
-Join us after the break.
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-This week's musical
-..is the first single from Gwenno's
-new album Le Kov, Tir Ha Mor.
-in the Cornish language.
-Next season, there will be
-a change in the number of games...
-..Welsh Premier League clubs
-will play in Europe.
-So why don't we give you the
-definitive guide to the league.
-The 12 teams in the league...
-..play each other twice
-in the first half of the season.
-That's the simple part.
-After 22 games, the league splits
-into a top six and bottom six.
-The six teams in both halves
-play each other twice again.
-No team from the top half
-can drop lower than sixth...
-..and no team from the bottom six
-can rise higher than seventh.
-In the top half, the team in first
-place wins the league title...
-..and a place
-in the Champions' League.
-The second place team
-earns a place in the Europa League.
-The other four teams in the top half
-play play-off games...
-..for the final Europa League spot.
-In the bottom half,
-two teams will be relegated...
-..if teams from the next tier
-qualify to take their place.
-The team which finishes seventh,
-topping the bottom half...
-for the play-off games...
-..and the possibility
-of European football.
-There will be changes this season
-for Welsh clubs in Europe.
-The three teams playing
-in the Europa league...
-in the previous round...
-..while the team in the Champions'
-League will play a round later.
-There is an added bonus.
-If the team playing in the
-Champions' League is knocked out...
-..they have an additional
-opportunity in the Europa League.
-The league champions will have
-at least two European games...
-..from this year onwards.
-There will be more money
-because of the extra games.
-Some clubs are knocked out
-very early on.
-They start the European
-campaign very early...
-..and sometimes there's a gap to the
-start of the regular season.
-It great that the champions
-..will go into the Europa league.
-The other clubs will have to play
-in the preliminary round...
-..of the Europa league.
-It means more games and
-possibly more money.
-What do the fans think?
-I think the league split
-People like the fact that the
-league should be the same...
-..throughout the season
-for all teams.
-Sometimes there are too many
-fixtures between the same clubs.
-I think the standard has improved.
-One more story to catch our eye
-involves Alec Mudimu of Cefn Druids.
-He has been included
-in the Zimbabwe squad.
-Malcolm, this is why!
-He has shown real flashes
-He definitely has the potential to
-play at a higher level.
-I'm really surprised that Wrexham
-haven't picked him up.
-It's a great profile for the club.
-He might go to Blackpool
-before going to Wrexham.
-That's what Scott Quigley did.
-Did you have a busy weekend?
-Well, it wouldn't have been as busy
-a weekend as that of Ffiona Evans...
-..the Aberystwyth physio who also
-plays for the town's women's team.
-I'm on my way up to Newtown.
-I'm a sports therapist for
-Aberystwyth men's football team.
-I'll be covering their game
-against Newtown today.
-Tomorrow, I'll be making
-the journey back to Aber...
-..to play for Aberystwyth women
-I do this job on a Saturday
-..because my ambition in life
-is to work for a professional team.
-It doesn't have to be football...
-..but I'd rather be out in the wind
-and rain than indoors in a clinic.
-I'm strapping up Matthew's shoulder.
-He partially dislocated
-his shoulder about a month ago.
-Maybe not the worse but the most
-gory injury with the most blood...
-..was this year,
-clash of heads, 18 stitches.
-Their player had 14.
-Here's Ryan Wade.
-He has a Grade 1 hamstring strain.
-What was it - about four days ago?
-He's not playing today.
-It's not quite right with him.
-He needs to get rid
-of some of that tightness.
-We have a week off next week.
-He should be fit
-for the following week.
-We've only got a small squad.
-Lads have always got knocks,
-pulls, strains and strappings.
-You need someone experienced
-to do it.
-Ffi's been here a long time at the
-club and she does a fantastic job.
-There was one moment in the game
-when I considered going on.
-I clutched the bag
-ready to run on...
-..but the ref said I wasn't needed.
-I went back to sit down then!
-I'm in Aberystwyth this afternoon.
-I'm playing for the women's team
-one tier under the Premier League.
-We're fourth at the moment.
-We have games in hand
-over the teams above us.
-We're hoping to win the league and
-get promotion to the Premier League.
-She's a great kid. Trains hard,
-works hard, captain of the team.
-I wish she'd have got a goal
-for the cameras.
-Just didn't come at the end there.
-A chance to score a goal.
-My touch was a little heavy.
-By then, the goalie was out
-and cleared it.
-A fantastic weekend,
-two wins for the club.
-Back to the clinic tomorrow
-and two more games next weekend.
-She certainly is a talented
-and busy young woman.
-Apparently, Oprah Winfrey
-is a Swansea fan.
-Before we go,
-we must discuss Cardiff.
-They won 3-1 at Brentford last
-night, a 7th successive victory.
-Cardiff are seven points clear
-of Aston Villa in third place.
-They conceded fewer goals than any
-other team in the league.
-There's real passion in
-They're only three points
-I think they might win the
-They have the momentum.
-All the players want to be
-playing on the pitch.
-They are full of confidence
-and are very determined.
-Neil Warnock has been
-promoted seven times.
-is a former Leeds manager.
-He's really shown his
-mettle here in Cardiff.
-He has really inspired the players.
-He's turned around a few
-careers at Cardiff.
-Being a Leeds fan is a long story.
-In 1970, there was a picture of
-Gary Sprake in a magazine.
-He also played for Wales.
-That's why I supported Leeds.
-Happy birthday to Joe Allen.
-He is 28 years of age today.
-Thanks to Dylan Jones
-and Malcolm Allen.
Dylan Jones sy'n ymuno â Dylan Ebenezer a Malcolm Allen ar y soffa a bydd sgwrs arbennig gyda seren ifanc Cymru a Sheffield United David Brooks. An interview with Wales starlet David Brooks.