Gibraltar held its last training session early yesterday before they play Armenia in their final home match in the UEFA Nations League Group 4. Julio Ribas, the Gibraltar Head Coach stated that his “players who had to give it their all throughout the 90 minutes so that the supporters would give it their all and support them no matter what the result.” Gibraltar’s match against Armenia will kick-off at 8.45pm with a sell out crowd guaranteed after tickets sold out on Tuesday.
9th June 2019
One of Gibraltar’s most reliable midfielders in recent years, Anthony Bardon, will be hanging his boots and turn to coaching after tomorrow’s match against the Republic of Ireland. With 28 International caps to his name, Bardon is currently Gibraltar’s joint 4th most capped player. His football career saw him play for Lincoln Red Imps where...
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