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We are pleased to announce some great football players from the Wales Team! Terry Yorath Leighton James Alan Curtis Neville Southall All will be attending Sunday 10am-3.30pm. Terry Yorath Terry is a former footballer and has been a manager at both club and international level. He is also the father of television presenter Gabby Logan. He represented Leeds United, Coventry City, Tottenham Hotspur, Bradford City, Swansea City and the Welsh national team. He later became a football manager for Bradford City, Swansea City, Cardiff City and Sheffield Wednesday as well as assistant at Huddersfield Town, and also internationally managed Wales and Lebanon.Yorath picked up the first of 59 Welsh caps in 1970 against Italy, and he maintained a regular presence in the international side until 1981. Yorath also captained his country on 42 occasions. Leighton James James started his career as a left winger with Burnley making his league debut in November 1970 against Nottingham Forest. In 1971 he won his first international cap against Czechoslovakia. Altogether, he played 54 times for Wales and scored 10 goals. In 1975 he signed for Derby County for a then club record fee of £310,000 before signing for Queens Park Rangers in 1977 in exchange for Don Masson. He made his QPR debut against WBA in October 1977 and went on to play 28 league games, scoring 4 goals. Alan Curtis Alan is a former Welsh international footballer, who played as a forward. He played 35 times for Wales scoring 6 goals. Curtis played his club football for Swansea City, Leeds United, Southampton, Stoke City and Cardiff City.He scored 20 goals in 1978–79 as Swansea secured back to back promotions and earned Curtis a lucrative move to First Division Leeds United. However after scoring just six goals in 35 matches for Leeds and moved back to Swansea City and helped them gain promotion on the First Division in 1980–81. Neville Southall Neville is a Welsh former international footballer. He has been described as one of the best goalkeepers of his generation and won the FWA Footballer of the Year award in 1985. He played internationally for Wales, winning a record 92 caps between 1982 and 1998, though he did not feature in any major international competitions. As an individual, he was named on the PFA Team of the Year four consecutive times, and was listed as one of the world's top ten goalkeepers by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics on four occasions. He is a member of the Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame. He has been named as one the 100 'Greatest Players of the 20th Century' by World Soccer magazine. In 1995 he was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for his services to football.