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| แทง บอล ฟรี Wales' young guns have enjoyed contrasting fortunes ahead of the second international break of the 2018/19 season. The Red Wall were left in awe as several youngsters showcased their talents as Wales kick-started their inaugural Nations League campaign with a bang by beating Republic of Ireland 4-1 in a stylish display at Cardiff City Stadium last month.
And ahead of the second encounter against Martin O'Neill's side along with the glamour friendly with Spain at Principality Stadium, Giggs has delivered his verdict on how his young stars have fared at club level so far this season.
Here's exactly what he's had to say about four of his key youngsters. Woodburn has featured just seven times for the Blades since joining Chris Wilder's men on a season-long loan deal from Liverpool. แทง บอล ฟรี And of those seven appearances, he has completed the full 90 minutes just once while he has not played in Sheffield United's last four matches.
"I've got no concerns regarding Ben of his quality," said Giggs. "I've seen it in training in the last camp. He's just not getting regular game-time at the moment. "Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn't out on loan. But also this could be a good thing. "When you go through difficult times, which he is at the moment.
"When you come through แทง บอล ฟรี it sometimes you are a better player and a better person. The quality is definitely there and it's up to Ben to make the most of that. It's only him that can do that. "If I can help him along the way then great, but young players go through highs and lows and that just comes with the territory."
The 20-year-old is loving life in the Premier League having joined the Cherries from Sheffield United in the summer. And Brooks comes into the international break having scored in back-to-back matches against Crystal Palace and Watford, with Eddie Howe's men winning both of those outings. "Brooksy is like Ben, they're both talented players, exciting and I enjoy coaching them and watching them in training," added Giggs.