Wales defender Neil Taylor has been banned for two games for the tackle that left Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman with a double leg break.
Taylor was sent off in the 69th-minute of the goalless World Cup qualifying draw between the Republic and Wales at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on March 24, and was therefore due to serve an automatic one-match suspension, but FIFA's disciplinary committee have increased Taylor's sanction to two matches.
The Football Association of Wales said in a statement...
Saturday's Welsh Alliance League match between CPD Llanberis and Llandudno Junction had to be temporarily halted when a pitch invasion brought play to a standstill.
Indeed, the referee was left with little option other than to pause the game temporarily as two sheep gallivanted their way through the middle of the action.
The woolly invasion was captured on film by Martyn Jones, who served as Junction FC's manager last season.
The 2017 Champions League final in Cardiff could be played under a closed roof for the first time.
UEFA will make the decision closer to the June 3 final at the Principality Stadium, local organising committee officials told a Champions League media briefing on Friday.
The roof of the 74,500-capacity stadium has been closed in the past for Wales rugby internationals, but shutting it for European club football's showpiece event would see UEFA break new ground.
There is, however, a precedent for a...