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Chris Coleman: Wales boss open to managerial job abroad

BBC Local News Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Chris Coleman: Wales boss open to managerial job abroadBBC Local News: North East Wales -- Wales manager Chris Coleman believes he will have to move abroad to achieve his Champions League ambitions.
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News video: Coleman quits as Wales soccer coach

Coleman quits as Wales soccer coach 00:56

Chris Coleman, who led Wales to the Euro 2016 semi-finals, quits and is set to become manager of English Championship team Sunderland

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