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In a first for FSF Cmyru we are very happy to announce that on Thursday 6th October (1.30pm) we will live stream the pre-match press conference with Gary Speed and Aaron Ramsey. The team face a busy few days in the latest round of Euro 2012 qualifiers with a home game against Switzerland on 7th October and a trip to Sofia (Bulgaria) four days later.

The Swiss are still in the hunt to qualify for the 2012 finals in Poland/Ukraine and victory in their two remaining games would see them finish second in Group G, enough for a play-off place.

Watch the pre-match press conference below (Thurs 6th October, 1.30pm).

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