Gareth Bale has asked Wales coach not to be stopped

Gareth Bale has asked Wales coach not to be stopped

Wales coach Chris Coleman has the support of Gareth Bale to continue his work, despite failing to 2018 World Cup Russia

Wales surrendered 0-1 from Ireland in the last match of the 2018 World Cup qualifier in Cardiff on Monday (9/10/2017) local time. It buries the hopes of Wales, who hope to secure a final spot in the European playoffs for the World Cup finals for the first time since 1958.

“Of course we want him (Coleman) to survive.What he has done for the team and football Wales is something extraordinary,” said Bale, as reported by ESPN.

Coleman became Wales coach in 2012, after the death of former coach Gary Speed. He leads Wales until the 2016 European Cup semi-final, and Bale believes that the 47-year coach remains the best figure for the job, though the dream to the 2018 World Cup is over.

“We do not want to keep looking back to the European Cup, but for all of this it is great to be part of it and we all want it to happen again,” he explained.

“It will not be easy but Chris is the one who can keep us focused and positive and show us how to make the results we need,” said the Real Madrid player.

Coleman’s current contract with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) will run out in November 2017. The former Fulham manager has the support of a number of players and staff to continue his work.

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