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Sport Giggs interviewed for Wales job, but Bellamy and Roberts also in running

06:25  13 january  2018
06:25  13 january  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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Ryan Giggs has been interviewed for the Wales manager’s job as the search for Chris It is understood that Bellamy and Roberts , who is the FAW’s technical director Newport-born Tony Pulis was also among the initial contenders to succeed Coleman, but he ruled himself out of the running

Giggs lost out on the Swansea job to Bob Bradley after being interviewed for the manager's role at the Liberty Stadium in October 2016. It is understood that Bellamy and Roberts , who is the FAW's technical director, also have their supporters at the Welsh FA.

Ryan Giggs could land his first managerial job (EMPICS/Simon Cooper) © Provided by The Press Association Ryan Giggs could land his first managerial job

Ryan Giggs has been interviewed for the Wales manager’s job as the search for Chris Coleman’s successor nears its conclusion, Press Association Sport understands.

Giggs remains the favourite to succeed Coleman and return to football 18 months after leaving his coaching role at Manchester United.

But Craig Bellamy and Coleman’s former assistant Osian Roberts are also in contention for the position, with the Football Association of Wales keen on appointing a Welshman.

The FAW hopes to announce its new manager in the next week, before the UEFA Nations League draw takes place in Switzerland on January 24.

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Ryan Giggs has been interviewed for the Wales manager's job as the search for Chris It is understood that Bellamy and Roberts , who is the FAW's technical director Newport-born Tony Pulis was also among the initial contenders to succeed Coleman, but he ruled himself out of the running

• Osian Roberts and Mark Bowen also in running to succeed Chris Coleman • FA of Wales close to making appointment, with Giggs the current frontrunner. Bellamy , who played alongside Giggs for Wales , has also made no secret of his desire to manage his country, saying he will “probably be

Giggs has been in pole position to claim his first permanent role in management since Coleman stepped down in November to take over at Sunderland.

The 44-year-old has many long-time admirers at the FAW and been linked with the role in the past.

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