Chris Coleman first moved into coaching after ending his playing career at Fulham in October 2002. Staying on at Craven Cottage, he was appointed manager at the end of the season, having spent the tail end of that campaign as caretaker manager.
After four years maintaining Fulham’s position in the Premier League, he enjoyed a short spell in Spain as manager of Real Sociedad. He subsequently served as manager of Championship clubs Coventry City and Sunderland, and worked in Greece with AEL and in China coaching Hebei China Fortune. He also spent five successful seasons as manager of Wales, leading the country to the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championship. He is currently the manager of Greek Super League club Atromitos.