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360 games sports LONDON (Reuters) – Wales manager Ryan Giggs has called for Gareth Bell, Real Madrid, to be re-announced for the next UEFA EURO 2020 competition against Slovakia, despite the fact that he hurt pedigree from the 41-year contract Real Madrid v. Valladolid on Sunday.

The Welsh attacker was trained to bury the funeral last week in the 41rd home at Ajax in the Champions League, which the club made out of the 16th tour of the competition.

A problem he has been getting away from Valladolid, which later became the last game of Santiago Solari, before Zinedine Zidane returned to the club on Monday.

A coach for Wigan, Ryan Giggs, along with Gareth Bell on the team of 31 people to make friends against Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday, came ahead of his first match in the European Nations Cup in four days.

Speaking at a news conference, Giggs said: “I got in touch with Bill. You're worried like anyone else, but you should be right. it will give us a big bit … "