Coleman Will Accept Joint Wales Job

12 September 2010 06:51
Chris Coleman for Wales Former Coventry City manager Chris Coleman, according to The People newspaper, is happy to become joint manager of Wales with Brian Flynn.Coleman, who was sacked by City in May after the Sky Blues finished in 19th and has been doing some media work since his tenure was ended.Brian Flynn has been put in charge of Wales next two Euro 2012 Qualifiers after John Toshack stepped down on Thursday. The Wales U21 boss is favourite for the job and it is understood that the only way that Chris Coleman will get the job will be if he were to team up with Flynn.Picture copyright of Covsupport News Service. Credit CNS/KM