#sports activities World Cup: Wales reward Robert Page with new four-year contract ahead of Qatar 2022
Wales reward Robert Page with new four-year contract after main them to their first World Cup in 64 years, with deal taking Ryan Giggs’ substitute to finish of qualifying for 2026 event
- Rob Page has carried out an excellent job for Wales since changing Ryan Giggs
- They will play at their first World Cup finals since 1958 in Qatar this winter
- Page started with Wales as Giggs’ assistant however tailored shortly to supervisor position
- Wales overcame Austria and Ukraine within the play-offs to e book their spot in Qatar
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Rob Page has signed a new four-year deal with Wales after main his nation to their first World Cup since 1958.
Page has carried out an excellent job since changing Ryan Giggs and has been rewarded with a contract that takes him to the top of 2026 World Cup qualifying.
‘There is not any larger honour than teaching your nationwide group and I am unable to watch for the problem the following 4 years will convey, beginning with our first World Cup in 64 years,’ stated Page, who will lead his facet towards England throughout November’s group stage in Qatar.
Rob Page signed a new four-year deal with Wales after main his nation to the World Cup
Page has been rewarded after doing an excellent job since changing Ryan Giggs (centre)
‘This is an thrilling time for Welsh soccer and I hope we will make the nation proud in November and proceed our success by qualifying for extra main tournaments sooner or later.’
Wales additionally certified for Euro 2020 underneath Giggs, although Page was in cost for the event final summer time after they made the final 16 earlier than dropping to Denmark.
Page started with Wales as Giggs’ assistant however tailored shortly to the position of supervisor, incomes the respect of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in addition to guiding kids akin to Neco Williams and Brennan Johnson via to the senior facet.
Wales earned a play-off spot earlier than beating Austria and Ukraine to e book their spot in Qatar
Wales earned a play-off spot by ending second to Belgium of their qualifying group, earlier than they overcame Austria and Ukraine to e book their spot in Qatar.
Welsh FA chief govt Noel Mooney stated: ‘I’m assured Rob is the perfect individual to convey us extra success over the following 4 years.
‘By placing the proper foundations in place, I’m certain we’ll see the group qualify for extra tournaments within the close to future and proceed to develop the positivity round Welsh soccer.’