Welsh professional Soccerer Danny Gabbidon is a talented defender who has played for many top flight sides. He currently plays for Panteg AFC as a rock solid tackler and ball winner and in his long career has turned out for the likes of Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United. As well as this, Danny has also long been an important player for his Wales national side and has turned in many great performances in the defensive ranks.
He first started playing for the Welsh under 21 side and picked up 17 caps doing so. He received his first call up for Wales at full senior level in rather surprising circumstances in a World Cup qualifier against Belarus in October 2001. That prevented him from making his final appearance for the under 21 side but started his full senior career in earnest. His full debut came in a 0-0 draw at home against the Czech Republic and although he had to battle against a back problem he was part of the Wales set up for a long time. Sadly he missed out, along with the team, on playing in Euro 2004 and the same sad fate befell the team when trying to quality for the World Cup in 2006. It was said that Danny was a great leader on and off the pitch and eventually went on to captain the side in place of the injured Ryan Giggs in 1-0 away defeat against Cyprus in November 2005.
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