Date: 11th October 2017 at 6:39pm
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With Wales missing out on the next World Cup, the future of current Wales manager Chris Coleman remains in doubt and West Bromwich Albion gaffer Tony Pulis is being listed as a favourite for the role should it become available.

Coleman has signalled his intention to quit the role at the end of this World Cup campaign and the 47 year old remained non-committal over his future following defeat to the Republic of Ireland on Monday evening, however it’s believed the Football Association of Wales wants him to remain in post and a number of the squad have called on him to stay as well.

Coleman’s contract naturally comes to an end at the end of November.

The Birmingham Mail looked at a few bookmakers yesterday and although 64 capped Ryan Giggs is the current favourite with most at 4/1, former Wolverhampton Wanderers gaffer Kenny Jackett is 5/1 with Pulis tied with Stoke opposite Mark Hughes at 6/1.

Pulis has 20 months left on his West Brom deal following the year extension at the start of the season.

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