Warren Gatland & Liam Williams

Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. Liam Williams (born 9 April 1991) is a Wales international rugby union footballer currently playing for the Scarlets having previously played for Llanelli RFC. 5.0/5

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"We saw some excellent attacking play from Liam Williams on Tuesday". Warren Gatland on Lions XV to play htt…
Just last week, Warren Gatland was still maintaining Liam Williams was a wing. I guess Sanjay may have persuaded him otherwis…
Liam Williams will start Wales' World Cup opener against Uruguay if he is fit, says Warren Gatland
Gatland optimistic over Liam Williams. Warren Gatland optimistic back Liam Williams will be fit for the...
Wales' Williams out for 10 weeks: Warren Gatland 'optimistic' back Liam Williams will be fit for the R... NE Feed
Wales coach Warren Gatland says Liam Williams, who replaces George North against Scotland, was "unlucky" not to face England last Friday.
So now Jonathan Davies, Liam Williams, Adam Jones and Scott Andrews have got injuries from the match yesterday, Warren Gatland has added 4 players to the Wales squad. 2 Props from Scarlets, Samson Lee and Rhodri Jones. 2 other players from the Dragons, Hallam Amos and Tom Prydie. Anyone got a comment for any of these players?
South Africa Injury to insult for Wales Sun, 10 Nov 2013 11:41 It was the worst we've been aerially for some time Wales’ woes were compounded in the wake of their loss to the Springboks in Cardiff on Saturday after confirmation that centre Jonathan Davies has been ruled out for the rest of the year. Wales suffered a 15-24 loss to the Springboks despite five penalties from the boot of the metronomic Leigh Halfpenny. Tries from captain Jean de Villiers, hooker Bismarck du Plessis and a second half effort from scrumhalf Fourie du Preez earned the win for Heyneke Meyer's side. Wales were not helped by a number of significant injuries. Davies, Liam Williams and Adam Jones were all forced off during a hugely physical first 40 minutes. Scott Andrews, who himself was a replacement, also went off injured as the intensity of the game led to its fair share of casualties. Wales coach Warren Gatland confirmed that Davies will miss the Tests against Argentina, Tonga and Australia due to a pectoral injury and possibly ...
Got to love The Tines . Taking the lead after less than three minutes was just what Warren Gatland, the Wales coach, had wanted, but once Jean de Villiers’ side got used to the pace and physicality of the game they were up and running. The early penalty exchanges between Halfpenny and Morne Steyn put Wales 6-3 ahead after seven minutes, but it was pace and power that seized the initiative for the southern hemisphere side. The pace was provided by the familiar figure of Bryan Habana, who scooted round Richard Hibbard in the midfield before showing George North a clean pair of heels and racing deep into Welsh territory. He found Bismarck du Plessis, the hooker, who knocked Liam Williams into the middle of next week before off-loading to de Villiers, who crossed with two men on his back.
Key Clash Preview and Prediction: Wales v South Africa November 8, 2013 On Saturday evening the Millennium Stadium will play host to two of international rugby’s most muscular outfits. This is the first time the sides have met since the 2011 World Cup and Wales will be fully aware of their terrible record against the Springboks, having only beaten them once in the last 107 years. South Africa have only been beaten twice in 2013, both times by an impeccable New Zealand side, and after finishing second in the Rugby Championship, the visitors will be looking to leave Europe with nothing less than a clean sweep. Wales are coming off the back of a disappointing tour of Japan, but the touring party was more of a development squad and now Wales have all of their British and Irish Lions back as they attempt to maul some powerful Springboks. Wales Injuries have forced Warren Gatland to pick a fresh-faced backline. Liam Williams replaces Eli Walker, who suffered a hamstring injury in training on Thursday. Talisma ...
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