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Fon Williams in Wales squad
Wednesday 13th March 15:59

Tranmere goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams has been called up by Chris Coleman for Wales' two World Cup qualifiers this month.

Tranmere goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams happy to wait for Wales debut
Thursday 7th February 12:30

Owain Fon Williams has vowed to keep working hard and take his opportunity for Wales when it comes along, after being left as an unused substitute against Austria.

Transfer news: Owain Fon Williams has no desire to leave Tranmere
Monday 28th January 22:53

Tranmere's sought-after goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams insists his focus is locked on guiding the club into the Championship, rather than a January exit.

Rovers boss feels for Williams
Friday 19th October 15:12

Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore was delighted to have goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams back in his side last weekend.

Fon Williams set for hand op
Monday 28th November 11:33

Tranmere goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams will undergo an operation on his broken hand on Monday.

Features

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

Keith Andrews reflects on Watford's 3-0 loss at Norwich and a controversial red card to Joel Ekstrand

skysports.com will be getting inside the minds of the players this season.

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

Premier League: Raheem Sterling looks willing and able to step up and fill the void left by Luis Suarez at Liverpool

And so, life without Luis Suarez begins in earnest at Anfield. Signings have been made but the early evidence of Liverpool’s opening game of the season is that the responsibility of making light of his exit will fall squarely on the coiffured head and shoulders of Raheem Sterling… And he’ll cope.

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Premier League: Manchester City show why they remain the team to beat after 2-0 win away to Newcastle United

Much of the focus this summer has been on how teams can close the gap on the Premier League champions. Chelsea have spent enough for the bookmakers to install them as favourites, while Liverpool have added the depth that some would suggest scuppered their bid last season.

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