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-I have a full house
-of guests tonight.
-Malcolm Allen is here.
-Owain Tudur Jones is also here.
-Our special guest tonight
-is Heledd Anna.
-We have to talk about Ryan Giggs.
-We're not sure how it will go.
-He has plenty of success
-as a player for Man United.
-He did well as a Welsh player.
-We don't know
-what he is like as a manager.
-Would you be happy
-as a Welsh player?
-I would be delighted.
-It's a new chapter for Wales.
-We haven't seen what
-his ideas are yet.
-I would be on the edge of my seat...
-..looking forward to
-playing for Wales.
-He is the boss now.
-Ryan Giggs is the new Wales manager.
-Here's what he had to say.
-First of all, congratulations.
-Wales manager. How does that sound?
-Sounds good. Obviously,
-my first role in management.
-What a huge role,
-what a huge responsibility.
-Mixed emotions. Obviously proud,
-nervous but excited.
-Looking forward to March
-and seeing the players.
-With the fans, they're never happy.
-There's this perceived image that
-you did miss a lot of friendlies.
-Throughout my career,
-I had problems with my hamstrings.
-When I played for Wales, it was one
-of the proudest moments of my life.
-My family live in Cardiff and I
-always loved playing for my country.
-Selling out the Millennium Stadium
-against Italy and Germany...
-..I've got great memories
-of playing for my country.
-Taking that into management,
-that's a plus for me.
-I've been in the same situation
-as the players.
-I remember those games, when we were
-both younger. You've aged better.
-There was an excitement
-around that team.
-When you got the ball, people
-were on the edge of their seats.
-Is that the ethos
-you'll instil in your Welsh team?
-I want us to be aggressive...
-..when we've got the ball
-and haven't got the ball.
-Excite fans, make fans
-want to come to watch Wales play.
-A winning team but also an exciting
-team doing it in the right way.
-You've got decent players
-in this squad as well.
-You were a teenage sensation.
-How can you help their development?
-By making things
-..pushing the more
-..so that they're looking
-over their shoulder.
-That can only improve everyone.
-It is exciting, there's a
-balance of experienced players...
-..and players who are hungry.
-I've been in both situations.
-As a 17-year-old,
-I wanted to be in the first team.
-The experience of having
-Gareth Bale in the squad...
-..and you're looking over
-Is Osian Roberts likely
-to retain a role in the set-up?
-It is an option.
-I've not spoken to Osh yet.
-What he's achieved over the
-last few years, and before that...
-..as technical director, is huge...
-..so I'll be speaking to him
-over the next few days...
-..and we'll get together
-and see what happens.
-Ryan Giggs, the new Wales manager.
-What do you think?
-We'll do the next
-interview with him!
-I was a little bit star struck.
-Do you think Osian Roberts will be
-prepared to continue in that role?
-Do you think Giggs will want him?
-Giggs has to try everything.
-He knows Osian Roberts
-has had success.
-Giggs won't want to
-rebuild from the ground.
-I think Roberts would be
-very useful to him.
-It would also be good for
-You need to bring new ideas
-without changing too much.
-He's also talked about
-picking new players.
-No one should take their
-place for granted.
-I'm sure Osian Roberts will
-have a important role to play.
-If Roberts leaves they have
-to start from the ground up.
-I'm sure he will bring
-some people in.
-Gary Speed and Chris Coleman
-brought in coaches they knew.
-Those guys were able to
-inspire the dressing room.
-Giggs is known for
-being a little quiet.
-He may need someone like that.
-Do we need an inspirational
-figure in the dressing room?
-They will listen to what Giggs says.
-You don't always need somebody
-who is loud in the dressing room.
-Ryan will have the role
-of inspiring quietly.
-These are interesting days.
-We have an item coming up later
-in the series...
-..with Jayne Ludlow,
-the Welsh women's coach.
-Here is what she thought
-about Giggs' appointment.
-Having Ryan involved can only
-be a positive for us as a nation.
-He has 30 years of experience
-at a top-level club.
-The men's team have to keep
-pushing after so much success.
-I will give Ryan my full backing.
-Giggs is the most decorated player
-in the history of football.
-Show us your medals,
-here they are...
-..13 Premier League titles,
-four FA Cups...
-..and two Champions League trophies.
-He played over
-600 Premier League games...
-..and over 150 games
-in European competitions...
-..in a playing career that lasted
-almost 25 years with Manchester Utd.
-He won 64 caps for Wales
-scoring 12 goals.
-He was part of the team that almost
-qualified for the 1994 World Cup...
-..and the 2004 Euros.
-His commitment to Wales was
-questioned on numerous occasions.
-After winning his first cap...
-..it took eight and a half years
-He only won ten caps
-in friendly matches.
-After retiring from
-international football in 2007...
-..he played for his club
-for another seven years.
-Back at United,
-he was a coach under David Moyes...
-..a caretaker manager
-when Moyes departed...
-He has coaching experience
-at the highest level.
-We have been asking your
-opinion on twitter.
-The vote was split
-like the Brexit vote.
-52% were in favour
-of the appointment.
-Our voters think he is the
-right successor to Chris Coleman.
-Everybody's been having
-their opinion aired.
-Giggs will be fine as long
-as the results go his way.
-He has to bring the
-Manchester United wall down...
-..so the fans can see what
-he is really like.
-If he takes time and
-take selfies with fans...
-..and interacts naturally with them
-then he'll be fine.
-His first matches in charge will be
-in a tournament in Nanning, China.
-He needs to get a stable
-position around him.
-He is the leader now.
-He has to enjoy that responsibility.
-Winning games is the end target.
-Manchester United have protected
-their players over the years.
-Ryan Giggs has been in a position...
-..where he didn't have to give too
-much away to the media.
-He will have to change.
-Malcolm is going to be
-for this part of the show.
-Stay with us for Part 2 when we look
-at Saturday's Cup Final and Pendro.
-We'll be right back.
-What's it like working
-with Owain Tudur Jones?
-It was marvellous to see all the
-different kinds of things...
-..involved in football.
-Some footballers get shy
-in front of a camera.
-The ones we've had on
-our programme don't.
-You are dating one of the enemy.
-An exponent of
-the oval ball, no less.
-We have lots of rugby
-on the television...
-..but Rhys also watches football.
-We will be talking to
-you a lot more later.
-take on The New Saints...
-..in the Nathaniel
-MG Cup final on Saturday.
-Welcome to the Cardiff Met campus.
-When I'm not down the Liberty
-screaming at the Swans...
-..I'm here doing my Sport
-Broadcast masters degree.
-Tonight, I'm the one
-asking the questions...
-..to the boys behind me training
-for the cup final.
-It's University Challenge.
-Christian Edwards, Director
-of Men's Football at Cardiff Met...
-..1st Team Manager and
-senior lecturer in sports coaching.
-Cardiff Met FC captain.
-Studying a PhD in Student Well-being
-and Mental Health.
-Emlyn Lewis, Cardiff Met defender.
-Studying a Sport Coaching masters.
-Challenge, not Mastermind.
-The Mastermind music is better!
-Your specialist subject
-is Cardiff Met FC.
-What was so special about 2009?
-Swanee, or Christian,
-joined the club.
-I'd always wanted to go there.
-2009 was my first year
-in charge of the football club.
-Is every player in the squad
-a full-time player?
-People think so but, no, everyone
-works, everyone's in the university.
-How often do you train
-during the week?
-How many times a week
-do other clubs think you train?
-I think they believe we train eight
-days a week, a first for any sport.
-Do you have to be a student
-to play for Cardiff Met?
-You don't have to be
-but you must have a past connection.
-Kyle McCarthy and Josh Barnett
-aren't current students...
-..pursuing academic work,
-but they've been here for years...
-..so they claim a place in the team.
-Can you sign new players?
-We can but only through
-the university system.
-We only accept students
-to play for us.
-How noisy is Emlyn on the pitch?
-How noisy is Emlyn on the pitch?
-Emlyn is noisy wherever he goes.
-He's pretty vocal.
-Is it true that you were the farm
-sheepdog back home on the farm?
-When I'm home for Christmas
-or over the summer...
-..I still chase the sheep
-when Dad's on the quad.
-Why is Cardiff Met's defence
-Everyone will point to Swanee...
-..but I think myself, Brad and Will
-work well together as a back three.
-Brad and Emlyn have done well...
-..but I think it's the fullbacks
-and the goalkeeper.
-What can the club achieve?
-Last year we missed out
-in the final.
-We'll try and achieve that.
-Do you think you can win the cup
-Of course we can win.
-Whether we do is another question.
-The squad is strong,
-it's big in size...
-..and I believe we can win the cup.
-I think the boys are ready for it.
-We're friends and when you win with
-friends, there's nothing better.
-The final score is...
-We'll find out on Saturday.
-Emlyn didn't pass there.
-That's just like him on the pitch!
-They've had a great season.
-They aren't playing as well as they
-did at the start of the season.
-I think they will be confident.
-It could be a shock.
-We have to talk a little about
-the action from Saturday as well.
-Joe Phillips scored a perfect
-hat-trick for Aberystwyth.
-He scored with his right foot,
-left foot and his head.
-We've looked back in the archive.
-Who is this doing it
-for Bangor City in 2003?
-Is it the player with powerful legs.
-Is it the player with powerful legs.
-I was talking about the goalscorer.
-Osian Roberts was the coach of
-Port when I scored those goals.
-He was furious.
-Is he always showing off?
-No, he's great to work with.
-Not so great a week for
-this guy from Carmarthen.
-Clayton Green scored an own
-goal 52 seconds after coming on.
-I may have scored
-a perfect hat-trick...
-..but I've also scored
-two own goals in a game.
-It can happen to anyone.
-It happened against
-Rangers in Scotland.
-I had to cope with
-50,000 fans laughing at me.
-It's time now for
-another episode of Pendro.
-This week it's the players and staff
-Whitchurch Pendro Challenge.
-He's not going to reach.
-Oh, what a great save!
-Look at that. That was special.
-That was delivered on a plate
-with a knife and fork.
-There's no other word for it.
-would have saved that.
-Sack tomorrow morning.
-If your team fancies
-a go on Pendro...
-..get in touch with us via
-Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.
-You have challenges on your show.
-We discovered that we are
-both very competitive.
-I sulk if I lose.
-I don't know how I fell there.
-That looks unfair.
-Once the whistle is blown
-all bets are off.
-This girl really does sulk.
-We have a surprise for you.
-It is your birthday.
-I thought everybody would like to
-see you starring on Rownd a Rownd.
-We're sorry to put you through this.
-Have you come here to say
-you're dancing with Megan.
-You didn't want to do it.
-That's my hair.
-Why did you do that?
-That was 10 years ago.
-I started when I was eight.
-I really enjoyed It.
-Some latest news for you. Theo
-Walcott has moved to Everton.
-Damien Allen has moved to Aber
-but Jonny Spittle has left.
-Wrexham have signed Scott Quigley
-on loan from Blackpool.
-Quigley moved to Blackpool from TNS
-at the start of the season.
-Neil Warnock has beefed up
-his midfield today.
-He's signed Liverpool's Marko Grujic
-on loan for the rest of the season.
-Thanks to Malcolm, Owain and Heledd
-for their company.
-Sgorio's live match on Saturday
-is Cardiff Met vs The New Saints.
-Our coverage begins at 5.00pm.
-Until then, goodnight.
-S4C Subtitles by Adnod Cyf.
Cyfweliad gydag Ethan Ampadu, wrth i Dylan Ebenezer, Malcolm Allen ac Iwan Williams drafod y byd pêl-droed. Football chatshow including an interview with young Wales sensation Ethan Ampadu.