• Current deal as Wales manager expires after Euro 2016 • ‘I want to do things a bit differently,’ Coleman says Chris Coleman has taken a bullish approach to his contractual position with the Football Association of Wales by saying he intends to “rattle a few cages” with his employers to
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has signed an extension to his current contract which ties him to the club until June 2019.
• Chris Coleman admits he would welcome test for his team • ‘We’re looking at top-10 opposition if we can but it’s not easy’ Chris Coleman has revealed that Wales would be open to the idea of taking on Portugal in a friendly at the Millennium Stadium next month, in a match that would ine
England, Wales, Northern Ireland have qualified, with possibly Republic of Ireland to follow - Charlie Eccleshare looks at what awaits them next summer
• Aaron Ramsey: we aren’t going to France just to make up the numbers • Manager likely to resume contract negotiations in November Looking slightly dazed as he tried to make sense of all the emotion swirling around in his mind, Chris Coleman admitted he was desperate to get back to the team ho
The last time Wales reached the finals of a major tournament, they were knocked out by the Pelé-inspired Brazilians in Sweden, 57 years ago The last (and only) time Wales reached the finals of a major tournament was in 1958 when they qualified for the World Cup finals in Sweden. Featuring in a…
• Wales qualify for first major tournament since 1958 • Bale: ‘Everyone knows how important Wales is to me’ Gareth Bale has put Wales’ qualification for Euro 2016 on the same level as winning the Champions League with Real Madrid. Wales ended their 58-year wait for a major finals appearanc
Wales manager Chris Coleman hails ‘huge effort from everyone’ after sealing a place at Euro 2016 despite losing 2-0 to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Wales ended a 57-year wait to qualify for a major tournament after Israel’s 2-1 defeat to Cyprus means the Welsh are guaranteed to qualify Continue readin