The manager of the Welsh national football team, Chris Coleman is believed to be in talks with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) as an attempt to find out if his contract will be extended before the group stages of the 2016 Euro’s kick off on June.

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Wales were pitted in Group B along with Slovakia, Russia and England. The first match of Wales is scheduled to take place against Slovakia on June 11 at the Boardeaux Stadium in France which is the host country.

This is the first time that the Welsh national football team will be making an appearance at a big international tournament in over 50 years as the last time that the Welsh side was able to show themselves in a big competition was back in 1958 but now with Chris Coleman, they have managed to get back at the international stage.

One of the things that Chris Coleman wants to do before the next rounds of the 2016 Euro’s kicks off is to have his contract settled and the Welsh manager has also expressed his desire to make a few changes with the structure of the national side that will help them in the international scene and continue showing themselves in big tournaments.

Wales are considered to be dark horses with the likes of StanJames, who see England as favourites to top the group, and then Russia and Wales duing it out for the second spot.

“I will sit down for a chat about my contract, which ends after the tournament. Once that is up we have the World Cup campaign. It is not just about my personal contract but what we see in terms of the structure and whether we go on to do the things we need to make sure it is not a one-off. Qualifying for France cannot be a one-off. This has to be a continuous progression.’’ Chris Coleman said.

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