[Lancashire Evening Post] - Chris Coleman will be confirmed as Gary Speed's successor as Wales head coach later this month. DAILY EXPRESS: A penalty from Steven Gerrard gave Liverpool a vital first-leg lead in the Carling Cup semi-final. Also: Tottenham moved level on points with
[The Star] - Former Fulham manager Chris Coleman will meet with the Football Association of Wales this week to discuss the vacant national team job. The FAW are stepping up their recruitment drive following the death of manager Gary Speed in November and Coleman
[The Independent] - MORE The new Wales manager, Chris Coleman, will try to stop Craig Bellamy retiring from international football. "I will try to talk him round," Coleman said. "Wales need him. He's demanding and difficult, but wants things done right.
[Vitalfootball] - Two of City's former managers have taken on high-profile roles, Chris Coleman becoming the new Wales boss and Eric Black appointed as number two to Coleman's old Ricoh Arena assistant Steve Kean at Blackburn. The youth cup dreams of the Sky Blues'
[Daily Star] - Chris Coleman will be unveiled as the new Wales manager today. The appointment of the former Fulham boss as the successor to the late Gary Speed will be confirmed by the FA of Wales in Cardiff. The 41-year-old left his job at Greek club Larissa last
[The Guardian] - There was to be no serene start to Chris Coleman's tenure as manager of Wales. His former employers Larissa state that they are to sue the Football Association of Wales over the appointment of Coleman, who gave up his post as manager of the Greek club
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - My main job remains at Stoke, but as I've said before, your national job is something you might look at in the future." Former Fulham manager Chris Coleman is the favourite to replace Speed as Wales's full-time manager Gary Speed Wales - 0.
[Coventry Observer] - By Steve Carpenter Updated: :52 Chris Coleman claims he was promised millions of pounds to spend on improving his squad at Coventry. Photo by Jamie Gray jg6 CHRIS Coleman has revealed he was promised significant funds by Sisu
[Click Manchester] - Former Fulham boss Chris Coleman, is understood to be the favourite to fill the post. There are no comments yet on Manchester United boss Ferguson blocks Giggs for Wales post. Be the first to leave one, enter your thoughts below.