Bale backing Flynn appointment

13 October 2010 10:05
Tottenham star Gareth Bale has championed the case of Brian Flynn as Wales look to appoint a new permanent manager.[LNB] Flynn was placed in caretaker charge following John Toshack's departure but has suffered defeats in his only two matches at the helm.[LNB]A 1-0 loss at home to Bulgaria last Friday was followed by a 4-1 reverse in Switzerland on Tuesday, with the Football Association of Wales now set to make a decision before the next qualifier.[LNB]Flynn has expressed a desire to keep the job and Bale believes he deserves more time after being encouraged by many of the signs over the past few weeks.[LNB]"I think he has been fantastic, training has been a lot more lively," the Tottenham wide man told Sky Sports News.[LNB]"The performance wasn't bad out there at all. We passed the ball around and created a lot of chances.[LNB]"He's done a great job and he's had such a short time that it's hard for him to do a lot. [LNB]"There were a lot of positives to take from the game so hopefully he can get it."

Source: Team_Talk