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Scotland
How will Rangers spend their summer?
12:00 Friday 14th June 2019

Throughout Scottish football history, the domestic scene has largely been dominated by Glasgow sides Rangers and Celtic. For years, the pair would take turns in winning the division while every other side just watched on in awe... That…

International
Wales 0-1 Uruguay: Cavani and co too strong
14:40 Monday 26th March 2018

Ryan Giggs tasted defeat for the first time as Welsh manager, watching his side lose in the China Cup final to a strong Uruguay side that boasted both Luis Suarez and Edison Cavani. In failure one always finds lessons to learn and this…

International
China Cup: The Ryan Giggs Notebook
20:00 Tuesday 20th March 2018

As a cohort of the Welsh squad landed on Chinese soil and went through the expected preamble of photographs, autographs and posing with the tournament mascots, Ryan Giggs cut an affable and amiable figure. Giggs was not exactly curt in…

Premier League
Sam Allardyce struggling at Everton in recent weeks
09:00 Monday 8th January 2018

Upon his appointment as Everton manager Sam Allardyce looked to have turned the Merseysiders around. He won four of his first five games in charge. The Toffees have since gone the same span without a win. Another big test comes next…

Opinion
Everton are still lacking a leader
14:40 Monday 18th September 2017

Everton's hammering at the hands of Manchester United was yet another example of why they are not yet ready to battle for a Champions League spot with the best in the Premier League. A 4-0 defeat means that the Toffees have now conceded 12…

Opinion
The British and Irish Lions Football team?
17:00 Monday 10th July 2017

The sporting public's imagination was captured on Saturday morning - a ferocious effort from the British and Irish Lions meant they held the double world champions on their own turf. It is often hearsay to include football and rugby in dialogue,…

Premier League
One Reason Manchester United Shouldn't Target Romelu Lukaku This Summer
11:30 Tuesday 11th April 2017

Romelu Lukaku has been in the spotlight quite often on Round and White lately. Andrew Dowdeswell rates him. So does Kingsley Ukpai. I get it. He's a big, strong striker. He leads the Premier League's golden boot race by four goals over Harry…

World Cup
How Wales should line-up against Republic of Ireland
09:00 Thursday 23rd March 2017

It's a crunch match. From a Wales perspective, many fear it will be a case of "do or die". A win would set the Welsh back on track, whilst a draw would continue their stuttering form, and a loss would be disastrous. Chris Coleman will need…

Opinion
Euro 2016: The story of the Quarter-Finals
14:37 Monday 4th July 2016

The eight remaining teams in the competition went head-to-head for a place in the semi-finals of Euro 2016 over the course of four days. The quarter-finals produced some unforgettable moments as four sides claimed their place in the next round…

England National Team
The three ways England can beat Wales.
15:41 Wednesday 1st June 2016

In recent times, it has been only rugby in which Wales can challenge England. The proud neighbours have always been a few steps behind the English with their football team struggling to match their neighbours. Wales best showing at a tournament…

The Latham Lowdown
Welsh Stars Must Step Up To Stop The Rot
16:07 Thursday 13th September 2012

It's Round and It's White's resident columnist Rob Latham delivers his first weekly column for the new-look site, by taking a look at the current state of Welsh football. A demoralising 6-1 defeat to Serbia on Tuesday evening firmly brought…