Passing Out Of Defence – Issue 51 (October 2014)
Chris Coleman was installed as the Wales national team manager in January 2012. Although qualification for the 2014 World Cup wasn’t achieved, the 44-year-old has led his side to some impressive wins in his 32 months in charge, including beating Scotland (twice) and Austria. And the nation’s 2016 European Championships campaign got off to an excellent start in September with a 2-1 victory in Andorra.
On the domestic front, Coleman is an experienced manager, notably with Fulham
and Coventry City in England, but he’s also taken charge of sides abroad, with Real Sociedad (Spain) and Larissa (Greece) offering him 57% and 72% win ratios respectively. As a player, he was a stylish defender who played for hometown club Swansea City, Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers and Fulham.
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