Chris Coleman will 'make his own mind up on Wales future'

Chris Coleman will 'make his own mind up on Wales future'

Chris Coleman will 'make his own mind up on Wales future'

Monday's game saw a Gareth Bale-less Wales lose to a James McClean second half victor, which meant they failed to qualify for next summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

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Chris Coleman will determine whether he can take Wales forward before making a decision to stay or call time on his "dream job" and has the backing of star striker Gareth Bale to carry on in the role he's held for almost six years.

Wales manager Chris Coleman will hold talks about his future after Republic of Ireland ended their World Cup dream, with senior players urging him to stay on.

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The squad have given their unanimous support to Coleman and it is understood the Football Association of Wales is also eager for him to extend his near six-year stay at the helm.

The defeat means Wales have failed to progress to the World Cup finals, while the Republic of Ireland will continue to the play-offs. "What he has done for the team and Welsh football has been wonderful".

Coleman's two-year contract runs until the end of next month and he had been adamant that the World Cup campaign would be his last, although his stance is thought to have softened recently.

"He's been a massive part of what we've done and he is the man to take us forward hopefully".

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The Real Madrid man said: "Of course we want him to stay".

As well as the players, Dragons fans and FAW board members want Coleman to stay for the Euro 2020 qualifiers.

"It's done, it hurts, it's hard - we have a dressing room of devastated players and a nation mourning".

"We will wait to see if he feels if he can take this team further".

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With three Champions League triumphs in the past four seasons, Bale is already arguably Britain's most successful footballing export, and yet he is under greater pressure at the Bernabeu than ever before.

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