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He made his debut for them in March 2008 and has since earned over 75 caps.He captained the team at UEFA Euro 2016 where The Dragons made it all the way to the semi-final."It really didn't depend on if I fit in with their culture. (Not that it's all been fun: In one house, they tore down a wall to reveal a beehive and had to run out to avoid the swarm.) Now, they make it a point to hire fellow veterans throughout the process, and feature one veteran, a landscaper, in the show's first season."I served in the Marines, and in the Marine Corps we have an ethos," Andy says.He amassed 352 appearances for the Swans, scoring 14 goals.
S, Ashley first tried to find a job, since she has a degree in healthcare administration.
But she had trouble showing how her work in the military would translate in the civilian world.
When she finally found employment, in a hospital, her military communication style didn't mesh well with her colleagues. "I was told on my first counseling statement that I was too intense, which was strange to me." Andy and Ashley both found the real estate world was a better way to transition. "And, a lot of the time, that's all the military personnel have, is the work ethic."They dove into the real estate business, at first investing in affordable housing and secondary markets, and slowly getting more successful as time went on.
After helping Swansea win the League One title and, with it, promotion to the second tier of English football for the first time in 24 years, the move was made permanent for a reported £400,000 – a club record transfer fee at the time.
The defender impressed during his first season at Championship level, eventually going on to be named the 'Wales Footballer of the Year' at an FAW awards dinner in November 2009.
Ashley Errol Williams (born 23 August 1984) is a professional footballer who plays as a defender for Premier League club Everton and as the captain of the Wales national team. After being released from West Bromwich Albion as a teenager, he played for non-league side Hednesford Town before turning professional at Stockport County in 2003, later becoming their captain.