Harry Beadles golygu
Cyn chwaraewr pêl-droed rhyngwladol Cymru a chlybiau Lerpwl a Caerdydd oedd George Harold "Harry" Beadles (28 Medi 1897 – 29 Awst 1958). Roedd yn aelod o dîm Caerdydd yn rownd derfynol Cwpan FA Lloegr ym 1924-25.
Bywyd Cynnar golygu
Cafodd ei eni yn Llanllwchaiarn ger Y Drenewydd, Powys yn un o saith o blant a gadawodd yr ysgol yn 12 mlwydd oed er mwyn ymuno â chwmni Pryce Pryce-Jones, y Royal Welsh Warehouse, yn Y Drenewydd. Ar ddechrau'r Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf, er ei fod yn 16 mlwydd oed, ymunodd â'r Ffiwsilwyr Brenhinol Cymreig.
Cwpan FA 1925 golygu
25 April 1925
|Sheffield United||1–0||Dinas Caerdydd|
|Enw llawn||Sport Lisboa e Benfica|
As Águias (The Eagles)
Os Encarnados (The Reds)
O Glorioso (The Glorious One)
|Sefydlwyd||28 Chwefror 1904|
|Maes||Estádio da Luz|
(sy'n dal: 65,647)
|President||Luís Filipe Vieira|
|2014–15||Primeira Liga, 1st|
|Gwefan||Hafan y clwb|
Clwb chwaraeon sydd wedi ei leoli yn Lisbon, Portiwgal yw Sport Lisboa e Benfica neu Benfica. Mae'r clwb yn adnabyddus oherwydd eu tîm pêl-droed sy'n chwarae yn y Primeira Liga, sef prif adran bêl-droed Portiwgal.
Mae'r clwb yn chwarae eu gemau cartref yn yr Estádio da Luz.
Cysylltiadau Cymreig golygu
|Dean Saunders||08 Rhagfyr, 1998||05 Awst, 1999|
|Mark Pembridge||01 Mehefin, 1998||05 Awst, 1999|
Cynghrair Europa golygu
|†||Match won after extra time|
|*||Match won after a penalty shootout|
|§||Match won by a golden goal|
- The "Season" column refers to the season during which the competition was held, and links to the article about that season.
- The two-legged final matches are listed in the order they were played.
- The "UCL" note by the winner means that the team initially competed in the UEFA Champions League for that season (since the 1999–2000 season).
- The link in the "Score" column directs to the article about that season's final.
G. ^ 0-0 oedd y sgôr wedi 90 munud ac amser ychwanegol. Sevilla enillodd 4–2 ar giciau o'r smotyn.
H. ^ Yn cynnwys Gorllewin yr Almaen.
Brian Flynn golygu
Cyn bêldroediwr a rheolwr pêl-droed Cymreig yw Brian Flynn (ganwyd 12 Hydref 1955). Roedd yn chwaraewr rhyngwladol ac yn reolwr ar dîm cenedlaethol Cymru ond sydd bellach yn Gyfarwyddwr Pêl-droed ar glwb Doncaster Rovers.
Roedd yn reolwr ar dîm pêl-droed dan 21 Cymru o 2004 tan fis Mai 2012 a chymrodd yr awennau dros-dro fel rheolwr Cymru wedi i John Toshack ymddiswyddo a chyn i'r Gymdeithas Bêl-droed benodi Gary Speed
Gyrfa chwarae golygu
Dechreodd Flynn ei yrfa gyda Burnley gan wneud ei ymddangosiad cyntaf ym 1973-74. Wedi 120 o ymddangosiadau yn y gynghrair, symudodd i Leeds United ym mis Tachwedd 1977. Wedi pum mlynedd yn Elland Road, symudodd yn ôl i Burnley ym mis Tachwedd 1982. Ar ôl 80 o gemau cynghrair dros gyfnod o pedair blynedd, ymunodd Flynn â Dinas Caerdydd ym mis Tachwedd 1984.
Aeth ymlaen i chwarae dros Doncaster Rovers, Bury, Limerick City a Wrecsam. a gwnaeth ei ymddangosiad olaf yn y gynghrair ar 3 Tachwedd 1992 pan ddaeth ymlaen fel eilydd yn erbyn Scunthorpe United.
Llwyddodd i ennill 66 cap dros 66 full Gymru rhwng 1975 a 1984 gan sgorio 7 gôl.
Gyrfa rheoli golygu
Cafodd ei benodi'n reolwr ar Wrecsam ym 1989 cyn gadael Y Cae Ras yn 2001 During his twelve years in charge Wrexham won the FAW Premier Cup three times gaining entry to the Cup Winners Cup. They achieved notable FA Cup giant-killing victories over reigning league champions Arsenal and Premier League West Ham United. Flynn also led Wrexham to promotion into the second division. At the time of his departure from Wrexham he was the league's third longest serving manager behind Alex Ferguson and Dario Gradi.
Swansea City golygu
Cusack's last game in charge on 18 September 2002 had seen Swansea lose 1-0 away to Boston United and move to last place in the Football League for the first time in their history. Flynn's first game on 21 September 2002 was no better for Swansea with them losing 1-0 at home to Torquay United. He set about trying to rebuild the side giving debuts to 21 players in his first season Their Football League status was only maintained on the last day of the season with them winning 4-2 at home to Hull City. The following season started well for Swansea and they made the FA Cup 5th round but after a loss of form, Flynn was replaced by Kenny Jackett.
Flynn joined the Welsh national set-up in 2004 as under-21 coach. His management of the Welsh under-21 side has seen some of the best results in its history. Flynn came agonisingly close to taking the Welsh team to the 2009 UEFA under-21 Championships, guiding the side to the top of a group containing France and Romania, including a superb away win against the latter. Unfortunately, competition rules stipulated that even group winners had to go through a two-legged play-off round in order to qualify, and Wales were knocked out 5–4 on aggregate against their neighbours, England.
Following the departure of John Toshack as Wales manager in September 2010, Flynn was appointed as Wales caretaker manager. He took charge of two games, both defeats. On 8 October 2010 Wales were beaten 1–0 in Cardiff by Bulgaria and on 12 October 2010 they lost 4–1 to Switzerland at St. Jakob-Park in Basel.
Flynn vacated his position with Wales Under 21s in May 2012 at the end of his contact. He was credited with an important role in the development of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen and Wayne Hennessey.
Doncaster Rovers golygu
Having already been working for Doncaster Rovers as a scout, he was appointed as caretaker manager of the club on 7 January following Dean Saunders move to Wolverhampton Wanderers. At that point he was assisted by player Rob Jones who had been briefly installed as caretaker earlier that morning. On 17 January Flynn was confirmed as permanent manager with a contract till the end of the season. His first game in permanent charge of Doncaster on 19 January 2013 saw his side win 2–0 against Leyton Orient.
On 27 April 2013, Flynn secured promotion with Doncaster, and the League One title, with a 1–0 win against Brentford at Griffin Park. Victory for Brentford would have seen them promoted at Doncaster's expense, and they were awarded a penalty-kick in injury-time, but missed and Doncaster scored from the resulting counterattack to earn the victory.
At the end of the season, Flynn expressed a desire to step down as manager and return to a role of developing and recruiting players. Doncaster offered him a senior role in this as well as helping to choose the new manager. For the 2013−14 season he was named as Director of Football including overseeing the newly formed development squad which would be playing competitive games.
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Chwaraewr Cymreig Y Flwyddyn golygu
Gwobr flynyddol a roddir i'r pêl-droediwr Cymreig sy'n cael ei ystyried y chwaraewr gorau yn ystod y tymor ydi gwobr Chwaraewr Pêl-droed Cymreig y Flwyddyn (Saesneg: Welsh Player of the Year). Mae'r wobr wedi ei chyflwyno ers tymor 1990-1991 pan enillodd Dean Saunders y tlws cyntaf.
Caiff yr enillydd ei ddewis yn dilyn pleidlais gan ohebwyr a sylwebwyr pêl-droed sy'n gweithio yn y wasg Gymreig ac yn dilyn tîm cenedlaethol Cymru.