Wales good now

Coleman takes plaudits as scientists attribute new-found adeptness to Bale and Ramsey.

Whales, probably not from Wales
Whales (Image: Gabriel Barathieu)

Wales are good now, it has been confirmed.

The Welsh, good now, look set to capitalise on their sudden goodness by qualifying for next year’s European Championships in France, actually taking part at a major tournament and everything.

They also look set seem poised to take their place in the top 10 of the Fifa world rankings for like the first time ever, probably.

Saturday’s 1-0 win over Belgium left Chris Coleman’s men three points clear at the top of Group B, an almost unthinkable state of affairs following years of Robbie Savage type players.

While Coleman is sure to commandeer many of the plaudits, scientists have confirmed that Wales’s new-found goodness can more likely be attributed to the presence in their side of Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale and Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey.

And, to a slightly lesser extent, Hal Robson-Kanu.

Speaking exclusively to Football Burp, Daffyd, a Welshman from Anglesey, pointed out that Wales could have been quite good for ages if Ryan Giggs hadn’t decided to be such a dick about it.

He said: “Why would you dedicate your life to playing for Manchester United when all that time you could have been leading Wales to glory?

“If only he’d had Mark Pembridge’s attitude and application he could really have made something of himself.”