Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Giggs the next Wales boss?

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Press Association Sport reported that Coleman met key players, including the injured Gareth Bale, after the match, with the squad giving him their unanimous backing.

James McClean's 57th-minute goal gave the Republic a 1-0 win in Cardiff and ensured that they, not Wales, make next month's playoffs.

Coleman, who has been approached by Swansea and Hull since last summer, has said he would like to return to club management and is open to coaching overseas.

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

"If the powers that be can give him a really good contract and make him stay he can carry on being the greatest Welsh manager of all time". After Chris Coleman guided his side to European Championship semi-finals in 2016, World Cup qualification would have been expected but now they will have to deal with a number of friendlies over the coming months against sides who have already secured their ticket to Russian Federation in 2018.

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Gareth Bale, together with other members of the Wales squad will make a concerted effect to persuade Chris Coleman to remain as national team coach in spite of the team's failure to qualify for next year's World Cup finals in Russian Federation.

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Rookie coach Ryan Giggs is the bookmakers' favourite to replace Coleman should he depart and would at least be interviewed by the FAW.

"The gaffer has been great for us and I've loved every second of working with him and we'll see what happens".

"I know I'm going to be asked about my situation but I won't think about that right now".

On Strachan, McCann told us: "Four points from their opening four games came back to haunt Scotland in Slovenia on Sunday and it will be interesting to see if the Scottish FA persevere with Strachan with the jury out - a glorious failure that deserves another crack of the whip or two strikes and out?" He's proved himself as the Wales manager and I think he's lined up for a big job if that's what Chris wants to do.

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