Wales v Kazakhstan: FAW escape fine over anthem blunder

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Welsh FA blunder: Confusion as Kazakhstan's anthem fails to play

The Football Association of Wales (FAW) has escaped a fine for failing to play Kazakhstan's national anthem before a women's Euro 2017 qualifier.

Uefa, European football's governing body, reprimanded the FAW for only playing the Welsh anthem before Wales women beat Kazakhstan 4-0 in November.

Wales were also given a warning for allowing fans to stand around the Haverfordwest pitch.

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The FAW has declined to make any comment.

Wales' victory at the Bridge Meadow Stadium was their only win of the qualifying campaign so far.

On 1 December, they drew 2-2 in Israel to remain third in Group Eight, five points behind leaders Austria.

Jayne Ludlow's side, who next face Kazakhstan away on 12 April, remain two points above fourth-placed Israel, who have a game in hand.

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