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  • Ryan Giggs tells Wales players to focus amid concerns of abuse in Hungary

    first_imgEuro 2020 qualifying Share on Twitter Share on Facebook news Share on Messenger Wales Hungary Topicscenter_img Share on WhatsApp Reuse this content Share on Pinterest Share via Email Ryan Giggs has no concerns about his Wales players being targets for racist abuse during their Euro 2020 qualifier against Hungary on Tuesday.The Group E game at Budapest’s 22,000-capacity Groupama Arena will see 3,000 seats shut off after Hungary were fined more than £20,000 by Uefa following their game with Slovakia on 21 March.The governing body’s original charge against Hungary was for racist behaviour of fans, vandalism, the setting off of fireworks and the throwing of objects. The throwing objects charge was dropped after an appeal by Hungary but the rest were upheld.“There will be less fans in the stadium but I understand it’s a very good atmosphere,” Giggs said. “I’ve talked before about sanctions on racism not being strong enough. They need to be stronger but for me it’s all about concentrating on the game.“ I’ve got enough to worry about with winning this game. We hope all the fans behave as always.”Last month, Giggs called for stadium bans, points deductions and bigger fines if teams and their supporters were found guilty of racism. Hungary have been ordered to display a Uefa banner behind one of the Groupama Arena’s goals with the slogan #EqualGame to cover the 3,000 seats.Wales’s focus is on the field, with Giggs calling on his team to bounce back from Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Croatia in Osijek. As ever, Gareth Bale will be an important figure. The captain has been hidden away from press duties, so he can avoid being questioned about his future at Real Madrid.“I was happy with Gareth’s performance in Croatia,” Giggs said. “He grew into the game and that might be because of not playing for six weeks, which is understandable.“Hopefully he is saving it for Hungary. Any team that plays against a team with Gareth in it will mark him up as a danger man. A lot of teams will stop him any way they can, it is up to us and Gareth to find a way around that. He is used to that both at club and international level.”Wales can still qualify for next year’s European Championship if they lose in Budapest but defeat would leave them six points behind Hungary and up against it.Giggs will make changes from the Croatia game, with Bournemouth’s David Brooks and Ethan Ampadu of Chelsea expected to start. The experienced Chris Gunter could also replace Connor Roberts at right-back.“It’s important we get something from the game but there are 15 points to be won after that as well,” Giggs said. “I realise after the impact they made in Croatia a lot of fans are asking why I didn’t start Ethan and David. Ethan hasn’t started a game for six months and Brooks didn’t end the season.”Hungary are top of the group, level on points with Croatia, with Wales three points adrift.In addition to the seating ban, Hungary have also had their manager, Marco Rossi, banned from the dugout after he was sent off in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Azerbaijan in Baku. Share on LinkedInlast_img read more

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