Wales coach proud of team despite heavy defeat to Poland in Euro 2024 qualifier

Rob Page insists Wales have a bright future despite failing to qualify for this summer's European Championships, as Daniel James watched the Red Dragons miss penalties after a 0-0 draw with Poland from the penalty spot. In Cardiff, the coach may now face questions about his future but said "the country should be very proud of the performance".

Head coach Rob Page insists that "the nation should be very proud of its Welsh players" despite their failure to qualify for Euro 2024. The Red Dragons tragically failed to qualify for Germany Football Jerseys after losing on penalties to Poland in Cardiff. The final originally ended in a goalless draw after 120 minutes, with Chris Mepham sending the home side off in extra time. This paved the way for a penalty shootout, but Daniel James' penalty was saved by former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny. Page admitted it was a frustrating way to lose, especially considering how well he thought his side played.

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Wales coach proud of team despite heavy defeat to Poland in Euro 2024 qualifier

Page said: "It's a tough game. "That's what I told the players. We were one step away from qualifying. It's painful. I think we are the better team. My message to the players at half-time was 'we are the better team'. We're going to go." To keep winning this game.

"Well, we've made some changes, we brought in David Brooks but we had to take him off, he hadn't trained for two days since last Thursday and he was ill. We need new legs again.

"I just say to the team: Look how far we've come, we're disappointed not to qualify for the big tournament. For sure, there are some good things happening with this team. So, I'm very proud of this." Group. ."

Wales had never qualified for a European Championship before 2016, when they reached the semi-finals. They also reached Euro 2020 but were knocked out in the round of 16 before being eliminated in the group stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. And despite not reaching the German children's football jersey, Page insists the country has a bright future. "The country should be proud of them. They made a change and then tonight someone came along and tried to get us there. We are disappointed, but we will come out stronger and stronger having gone through a horrible experience. I just said it," he added: "We are going somewhere. This group is going somewhere." Somewhere. They were very disappointed that they didn't advance. They are hungry for it. We are almost there tonight. We're just one step away from promotion. There's still a lot to do.

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