Wales boss Coleman says not interested in Palace job

Wales boss Coleman says not interested in Palace job

And Chris Coleman has decided they are worthy becoming a more permanent fixture in the Wales squad, giving them their second inclusion.

Premier League side Palace are without a manager after Sam Allardyce stepped down on Tuesday and Coleman, who made 154 appearances for Palace from 1991-95, had been linked with the vacant position, according to media reports.

However, the former Eagles defender has said that his sole focus is on his nation's trip to Serbia for what is a potentially-pivotal World Cup qualifying fixture.

"So I am not thinking about anything else other than Serbia that is for sure".

"I am glad he has done it and I think he will be better for it". All I care about is Wales. "I don't think past that, I can't afford to", Coleman said.

Coleman has previously acknowledged that he would like to return to club football at some point in his career.

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The Portuguese also spoke of the "unbelievable" fixture schedule and took aim at those that "like to lie" about United's situation.

"We went to Belgium once (in 2013) with no Gareth Bale, no Ashley Williams, no Joe Allen - and we got a result".

He was on a standby list for Wales' World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland in March.

Gareth Bale and Neil Taylor are omitted due to being suspended for the clash, but Coleman has no injury worries as he takes the players through their paces prior to naming the squad that will take on Serbia. "On the night, Aaron Ramsey was incredible, he ran the show", Coleman said.

"If he is saying I am not up for this season and I want to spend some time at home, it takes a courageous man to say that".

"I know it's a huge task for us, but I've still got the same excitement to do the job, the same belief in the players and the team". Are they capable of doing what they need to do?

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