Wales can find next Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey and will succeed at Euro 2020, says FAW President Kieran O'Connor
Wales can surpass their semi-final finish at Euro 2016 in this summer's tournament and the next Aaron Ramsey or Gareth Bale can be found within their youth ranks, according to FA Wales president Kieran O'Connor.
Robert Page's side begin their European Championship campaign against Switzerland at the Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan on Saturday, face Turkey on June 16 at the same venue, and play Italy four days later at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
Their run to the semi-final in France five years ago is firmly etched in the mind of every Wales fan and their football association's president is hoping for similar levels of euphoria at the start of their next Euros campaign both back home and with the near-200 supporters who have travelled to Azerbaijan.
With Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale, aged 30 and 31 respectively, coming towards the latter stages of their careers, O'Connor thinks there are more mercurial talents within Wales' youth ranks who can guide the country to further major tournament success in future.
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