HAS it really been five years since the Red Wall cheered Wales to the semi-finals of the European Championship?

Do you remember when Ruthin's own Neil Taylor scored against Russia?

Or when Gareth Bale and co humbled the superstars of Belgium?

Five years on from energising and thrilling an entire nation, Wales are back at the Euros.

Wales left an indelible mark on Euro 2016 in France, reaching the semi-finals under the charismatic Chris Coleman.

Dubbed ‘The Red Wall’ by the players, fans were just happy to be at a major tournament after 58 years of hurt since Wales’ only previous finals appearance at the 1958 World Cup.

The vocal support was over 30,000 strong and their bonhomie and good behaviour won them an “outstanding contribution” award from UEFA.

And for those who didn't make it to Paris, there was plenty of support in packed pubs and living rooms as we cheered on the boys.

This year, the Euros are very different.

They are one year late for starters, and taking place in countries all over Europe.

Familiar names from France are set to join Bale at Euro 2020, among them Ramsey, Joe Allen, Ben Davies, Wayne Hennessey and Chris Gunter, the first Wales men’s player to win 100 caps.

Neco Williams, Daniel James and Tyler Roberts have also emerged to provide energy and enthusiasm.

Can Wales equal the success of 2016 - or could they even do better?

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