Bydd Kath Morgan, Malcolm a'u 65 cap rhyngwladol yn ymuno â Dylan Ebenezer. Sioned Dafydd sy'n holi Jayne Ludlow. All the latest football stories and a quirky look at a Subbuteo...
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-On Mwy o Sgorio tonight...
-..a chat with the queen of women's
-football in Wales, Jayne Ludlow.
-Things are literally falling apart
-in the Welsh Premier League.
-Flick to Kick! A Subbuteo
-competition near Offa's Dyke.
-Those are words I never
-expected to string together on S4C.
-Happy English Dwynwen's Day to you.
-I've got plenty of love for
-my studio guests this evening.
-Malcolm Allen is here and so is Kath
-Morgan, former Wales Women captain.
-The first woman
-to win 50 caps for Wales...
-..and now her first cap
-on the Mwy o Sgorio sofa.
-Did you get plenty of cards?
-The postman was exhausted.
-You look a bit jealous.
-You want some love off me.
-That is perfect.
-We start tonight by challenging that
-old saying - Never meet your heroes.
-We've decided to meet them
-in our new item called - Icons.
-got to choose the first one.
-I could have met anyone today.
-The most obvious would be
-Gareth Bale, Zidane or Lee Trundle.
-I'm meeting someone who played
-professionally for 13 years...
-..and scored over 200 goals.
-After winning 61 caps for Wales,
-38 as captain...
-..she is now the manager
-of our national team.
-Join me as I speak to Jayne Ludlow.
-Probably my Dad. When I was growing
-up, he managed Blaenrhondda Town.
-He loved the game and wanted
-to be involved as much as he could.
-He managed the team and my Saturdays
-were spent at Blaenrhondda Park.
-I enjoyed playing with all the boys
-in the school environment.
-Luckily, I had a headmaster at
-Dunraven Primary who didn't mind...
-..and he allowed me to play
-in the boys' five-a-side team...
-..and the boys' competitions.
-I was treated as a player.
-She joined Arsenal in 2000 and
-played for the club for 13 years.
-In 2007, she was part of the
-legendary quadruple-winning team.
-You look back,
-it's something I'm really proud of.
-The team we had
-for that four, five years...
-..would have competed
-with anybody in the world.
-We had a gift that when we came to
-finals, the majority of them we won.
-Was becoming a manager
-always a part of your plans?
-No. I'm a qualified physio.
-I always thought I'd go into
-that route to stay in the game.
-I'm enjoying every part of it
-but there's lot of different parts.
-It's a very different role...
-..to anything people assume
-within the men's game.
-When you think
-of a senior team manager role...
-..compared to what I do
-it's a very different one.
-It's about developing
-..not just standing
-on the side of the pitch.
-Will the great start
-to the qualifiers end tonight?
-Hayley Ladd for Wales. She's scored.
-It's late and Wales are ahead.
-We have targets still to hit,
-we haven't achieved anything.
-that's nice to look back on.
-We're only halfway
-through a campaign.
-We're pushing to change things
-in the future for us.
-We're a third-ranked nation
-in qualifying groups.
-We're not expected
-to push those top nations.
-We've shown that we can compete
-with nations ranked above us.
-We've got to continue it.
-If we manage to keep everybody fit,
-I'm sure we can compete.
-everybody else is semi or amateur.
-They're all working or studying.
-For us, as a group,
-we acknowledge that...
-..we have to overcome
-certain hurdles because of it.
-It makes it nice when people
-want to appreciate what we do.
-The squad we have right now and the
-younger generation coming through...
-..are working as hard as any player
-in the world right now.
-They want to be as good
-as those top players.
-I don't see
-why there can't be another myself...
-..or another Jess Fishlock...
-..or another top level player
-coming through our ranks.
-We provide a training environment
-that gets them to the top level.
-They have to understand
-how much commitment...
-..they have to put in
-to reach that level.
-There are so many opportunities now
-for young players within Wales.
-It's great to be a part of that.
-You were in the same team as her.
-What is she like?
-She's a tough character. She likes
-winning. She's doing a good job.
-Jayne Ludlow has announced
-her squad for the Cyprus Cup.
-These are preparation games for the
-next World Cup qualifying matches.
-They haven't lost,
-or conceded a goal...
-..but they haven't
-played England yet either.
-That's quite an achievement so far.
-They have the momentum to take
-it on against England.
-How tough is it without
-All the English players
-will be full-time.
-They have a huge amount of
-You have to appreciate
-how good they are.
-What did you make of England
-appointing Phil Neville as coach?
-It's an interesting appointment. The
-focus has to be on the girls.
-It's not about Phil Neville really.
-Your generation inspired
-the current generation.
-It's good for the game to
-Let's hope the success continues.
-We will be following them.
-Next is the Welsh Premier League.
-Here are the best goals
-from last weekend.
-# I'm not asking too much,
-I'm just asking for a smile
-# I don't want much,
-you don't have to do a thing
-# Not a thing
-# You and your faithful crowd
-supping your wine
-# Wearing a pretend crown
-and you're the Queen
-# You're the Queen
-# Watch yourself
-# Someone better than you
-will come one day
-# Pure jealousy
-# Will cause you to be dethroned #
-Another exciting weekend.
-Michael Bakare had the best
-He thought he was Rocky.
-I remember Roger Milla celebrating
-around a corner flag.
-He regretted punching the
-I only scored three goals for Wales.
-The New Saints have
-a clear lead at the top.
-We'll talk about their Irn-Bru Cup
-semi-final later in the show.
-At the bottom, the
-Carmarthen renaissance continues.
-Neil Smothers has taken over
-as manager this month.
-He is unbeaten in three games.
-They can beat Aberystwyth twice
-again this season.
-They've already beaten them twice.
-New managers always seem to
-make a difference.
-We have seen it with West Ham and
-Crystal Palace and Swansea City.
-Carvalhal has changed at all.
-Is it just a different voice
-that makes a difference?
-Need players like a manager who
-empathises with them.
-Sometimes a manager forces his
-character onto a squad.
-They have to do that really.
-It's working at The Liberty Stadium.
-Subbuteo after the break.
-I really want to see those fingers.
-are so realistic these days.
-Soon, you'll be able to step into
-the game and play with your heroes.
-When I was young, it was simpler.
-All you needed was one figure
-and the talent to do this.
-Today, in Knighton,
-I'm stepping back into childhood.
-A Subbuteo competition
-..from Buckley, Cardiff
-I had time to reminisce with one of
-the personalities of the local team.
-my friends played it too.
-It was big in the '70s.
-You had one flick forward.
-A defensive flick.
-Who won - you or Geraint?
-It was fairly even at the time.
-You can have one shot
-and you have a defence too.
-There's a lot of movement.
-Some of these lads are sweating.
-They're good, they're good.
-The game isn't as popular now
-as it was in the '70s...
-..but Subbuteo is still popular
-in some countries.
-The World Champions in Italy
-and Spain play Subbuteo...
-..as well as Ronnie O'Sullivan
-Malta is a very small country
-but they have 700 players.
-Sports Personality of the Year...
-..they had a guy in the top three.
-Tom Taylor's Subbuteo shop
-closed many years ago...
-..but he organises
-regular contests in Knighton...
-..and continues to be a good player.
-0-0, but by no means a boring game.
-What a save!
-I'm being schooled
-by the master, the organiser.
-Good goal. 2-0.
-Boys, what happened out there?
-I've been through everything.
-Tactics, formation, everything.
-I've told you who to mark.
-They're walking it in.
-Here we go, here we go.
-Thank you, Tom, thank you so much.
-Thank you for the little lesson
-Most of the players are reliving
-the nostalgia of their childhoods...
-..but one player showed
-a new generation of players.
-I'm No.1 in the UK
-for the Under-12s...
-..and No.47 in the world
-for the Under-12s.
-And you're only 8.
-I'm the same, all my children
-are playing computer games...
-..but this is very different.
-Is this better?
-I find it better to compete against.
-It's more tactical.
-Ruby reached the semi-final
-of the individual competition...
-..before losing to eventual winner
-Phil Dacey from Cardiff.
-Cardiff were also crowned
-the team champions.
-I don't usually like
-reliving the past...
-tend to be better than reality.
-I must say,
-Subbuteo hasn't disappointed.
-It's still here
-and maybe it's here to stay.
-Flick to kick.
-You two were too busy playing
-for real to play much Subbuteo.
-It was a thrill to play for
-We played every other season.
-It took 15 years to get 50 caps.
-You will have the coaching
-I was the first girl to get those.
-I'm a hard-working Merthyr girl.
-Do you have a good team
-at the moment?
-We have two good teams.
-The older girls are
-doing really well.
-They don't remember me playing.
-Jess Fishlock is their hero.
-She is a real role model for them.
-They see that there is a chance to
-get a professional contract.
-Here's a blast
-from the past for you.
-An FA Cup match
-with Laura McAllister.
-Laura McAllister will be
-devastated by those glasses.
-We were taking on
-Inter Cardiff in the FA Cup.
-The conditions weren't great. I
-was born a little too early.
-Those old pictures
-may have Kath in a spin...
-..which is fitting really
-because it's Pendro next.
-Foot Club Pendro Challenge...
-Pentraeth Football Club
-Look at that one!
-What's he trying to do?
-That one's heading for outer space.
-We'll never get that ball back,
-that's for sure.
-He looks up, keeps his head,
-sends the goalkeeper the wrong way.
-Thank you and goodnight.
-Nain would have saved that.
-Come on, lads,
-you're better than this.
-There's the league table. Llangefni
-are winning at the moment.
-My girls would love to try that.
-It's a date.
-Malcs, you saw Cardiff City
-beat Bolton 2-0 last night.
-They are one point adrift
-of the automatic promotion places.
-They look to be enjoying themselves.
-It wasn't the best performance
-but they still won.
-They are a huge danger
-from all set pieces.
-They have a very strong
-squad to compete.
-The desire is there.
-Neil Warnock is making a
-Every one of the 15 games they
-have left are finals.
-They need to win the next home
-game against Middlesbrough.
-They have to go to Derby and Aston
-Villa before the end of the season.
-Tottenham did well to recover a
-two goal deficit against Juventus.
-Ben Davies gave away a penalty.
-Ben Davies has had a superb season.
-We are very proud of
-Gareth Bale as well.
-It's a great image for us
-as a country.
-It's fantastic to have two players
-competing in the champions league.
-Let's not mention the Europa League.
-The New Saints take on Dumbarton
-in the Irn-Bru Cup semi on Saturday.
-A lot of the boys haven't played
-anyone out of our conference.
-It's a different challenge
-and a different style of football.
-Livingston and Queen of the South...
-..were good quality
-Elgin was more comfortable.
-Dumbarton will be a big challenge.
-They squeezed past Connah's Quay
-in the final seconds.
-They are the favourites being that
-they are used to winning leagues.
-They have good players in
-Steve Saunders and Jon Routledge.
-We're used to being underdogs.
-Only ourselves and Brechin
-are part-time in our division.
-We're used to that status and the
-We'll try and come here
-and enjoy the semi-final.
-We'll try and win it.
-That Scottish accent will clash
-with Nicky John's accent.
-Wales may be playing Mexico
-Ryan Giggs has been doing the rounds
-in the last few days.
-He was spotted in Brymbo.
-Chris Coleman did this
-kind of thing often.
-He needs to win a charm offensive.
-Those are the players of the future.
-It's a good start.
-That kind of thing really works.
-You get the fans behind you.
-That isn't the best picture
-of the week however.
-I've been doing this show
-for about six months.
-I am King at last.
-That is a real picture
-of the show in the West End.
-Don't forget about that
-live match on Saturday night.
-The New Saints versus Dumbarton at
-19.15pm live on S4C from Park Hall.
-Until then, goodnight.
Bydd Kath Morgan, Malcolm a'u 65 cap rhyngwladol yn ymuno â Dylan Ebenezer. Sioned Dafydd sy'n holi Jayne Ludlow. All the latest football stories and a quirky look at a Subbuteo tournament.