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13:05  13 october  2017
13:05  13 october  2017 Source:   skysports.com

Coleman to take time before considering Wales future

  Coleman to take time before considering Wales future Wales will have to wait until 2022 to have another chance of appearing at a World Cup, with the manager set to contemplate his next moveWales' hopes of reaching the competition for the first time since 1958 were dashed by a 1-0 defeat to the Republic of Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium on Monday.

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Stoke manager Mark Hughes wants Chris Coleman to remain as Wales manager despite failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

Wales fell to a 1-0 defeat at home to the Republic of Ireland on Monday night, meaning they failed to secure second place and a play-off spot in Group D.

Coleman, whose contract expires at the end of November, was in no rush to decide his future following Monday's game, saying he would "let the dust settle" before making any decision.

But former Wales manager Hughes was full of praise for the "fantastic job" Coleman has done "in difficult circumstances" since taking over at Wales in 2012 and was keen for 47-year-old to stay on in the role.

Coleman to take time before considering Wales future

  Coleman to take time before considering Wales future Wales will have to wait until 2022 to have another chance of appearing at a World Cup, with the manager set to contemplate his next moveWales' hopes of reaching the competition for the first time since 1958 were dashed by a 1-0 defeat to the Republic of Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium on Monday.

Chris Coleman should be given what he wants to make sure he remains Wales manager, says the former boss of the national team Mark Hughes . Wales' Panama promise has 'no bearing' on Coleman future - John Hartson. "I would want him to stay .

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"I think everyone in Wales would (like him to stay on)," Hughes said. "He's done a fantastic job since taking over in difficult circumstances, and I think there's more to come from the group.

"They have a good number of young players ready to break through, so the group is becoming stronger, it's not as if the team is coming to the end of its era.

"When I was in charge, a number of experienced players were coming to retirement - I don't think that's the case with the group Chris has got.

"And maybe that will encourage him, and make the difference between whether he stays or goes."

During Wales' defeat to the Republic of Ireland, Joe Allen was forced to come off in the first half after sustaining a suspected concussion.

And Hughes has confirmed the midfielder did suffer a concussion and revealed he is "unlikely to be available" for Saturday's game against league leaders Manchester City.

"He's not great, unfortunately, we gave him a couple of days to stay at home. He came in yesterday, felt a lot better, but reality is he is unlikely to be available," said Hughes.

"It's clearly concussion, a thing you cant take any risks with. We have to follow the protocol, hopefully he will start showing some improvements with that.

"He found it difficult to remember the incident itself, so that obviously tells you a lot about the severity of it, so we are being very careful with it, and at the moment he isn't able to train."

Hughes: Stoke didn't cope well in the first half .
Bournemouth picked up their first away win of the Premier League season, leaving the opposition boss to bemoan early errorsMark Hughes acknowledged Stoke City were blown off course in the first half as they failed to master the tricky conditions in a 2-1 home defeat against Bournemouth on Saturday.

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