Everybody makes mistakes, but when goalkeepers make them, it is costly. That's the nature of being a goalkeeper.
I don't like the showy nationalism - a tattoo, wrapping yourself in a flag - that doesn't matter to me. The way to show your patriotism and commitment is to go and support or play for your team.
A lot of people still disregard something like yoga. I would have as a young player. I would have been too busy playing golf or something.
Goal scoring is a recurring theme. If you aren't scoring then you aren't going to win games. That's obvious.
I think it's unfair to criticise someone for not being Welsh, but the smaller the nation, the more patriotic you seem to be.
If you've got aspirations to be a manager or coach, obviously coaching your country would be a great honour.
Everyone I know is fervently proud to be Welsh but you try not to be preachy about it. It's difficult at times. But when I go home to north Wales, or to somewhere I've never been in south Wales, I still feel at home because I'm in Wales. It's hard to explain.
I had a lot of times with Wales as well when we were getting beat - and beaten well - and you learn to deal with it. You learn that next time it happens, you roll your sleeves up and give everything for the team.
Everyone tells me to play as long as you can. Sometimes, it goes in one ear and out the other.
I didn't want to leave Newcastle, but that's football.
I have won 85 caps and have had a great career with Wales and have enjoyed every minute of it.
I love everything about playing for Newcastle, the club, the fans and the city.
If I had my time again and was able to change one thing from my career then I wouldn't have retired. I would have played for Wales longer.
What's important is Welsh football and that it progresses.
You've got to believe you can get a result from the game.
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