WALES men's football team manager Rob Page paid a visit to Wrexham earlier this week.

On Monday, January 23, the Leader reported that Page had been at Ysgol Dinas Bran school in Llangollen, where he met staff and even coached some of the pupils.

Since then, the Wales boss has been at the Football Museum for Wales, based in Wrexham, where he enjoyed a tour of the facilities.

Of particular interest there at the moment is the fascinating 'Shirt Stories' exhibition, which is a shirt-by-shirt history of Welsh football.

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Page was joined by Football Association of Wales president Steve Williams during his visit.

And the pair were given the opportunity of taking a look at different exhibits, as well as further plans for the museum in the future.

A statement from the Football Museum For Wales team read: "We were delighted to welcome FA Wales President Steve Williams and Cymru manager Rob Page to our future home - Wrexham Museums earlier this week.

"The visit included a tour of the Shirt Stories exhibition and a preview of the design plans for the new museums. We were also able to show them a few 'behind the scenes' highlights from the Welsh Football Collection."