Since joining The New Saints, the one-cap New Zealand international has scored 84 goals in 152 games.
In November 1994, Wales travelled to Georgia for a Euro '96 qualifier – and the hosts ran riot. What happened in Tbilisi that day would go down as one of the worst Welsh showings on the international stage.
John Charles' goalscoring prowess in Yorkshire and Turin made him an icon of European football – and perhaps the greatest player to emerge from Wales.
Tiger Bay are not the average Welsh lower-league side, with every player and staff member at this small club either a first or second-generation immigrant. VICE Sports travelled to Cardiff to find out more.
The Welsh national team will not be honoured at this year's Eisteddfod, because an Archdruid is upset that several players do not speak Welsh.
Ahead of the biggest game in the history of Welsh football, we went to photograph Wales fans in London. The result was gutting, but the reaction one of complete acclaim.
Wales had genuinely come to believe that footballing success was something that only happened to other nations. Now that it's happening to them, the feeling is something close to shock.
In a show of good, Welsh solidarity, people are chipping in to cover Dean Saunders' costs after he left his car at Birmingham Airport for the duration of the Euros.
For Welsh rugby fans, the Famous Three Kings is the London pub of choice. We went to see if the same held true for football, and how it felt to support Wales behind enemy lines.
In November 2011, Wales boss Gary Speed took his own life. A little under four years later, his country qualified for Euro 2016. Chris Coleman is in charge now, but Speed remains closely linked with the side that will play in France.
Either the team have found inner mindfulness thinking about Joe Allen, or he’s started up some sort of cult.