Craig Bellamy in line to become new Wales manager?

Bellamy in line for Wales job?
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Craig Bellamy is reportedly being considered as the new manager of Wales as the FAW continue to deliberate over Chris Coleman's future.

Craig Bellamy has reportedly emerged as a contender to replace Chris Coleman as manager of the Wales national team.

Coleman could be offered a new contract, but widespread reports have claimed that the Football Association of Wales are still considering the former Fulham manager's position.

According to The Express, Cardiff City striker Bellamy is an option for the governing body following the 34-year-old's announcement that he will retire from international football after the nation's final World Cup qualifiers.

Coleman has recorded just three victories out of 13 matches in charge of Wales.

Craig Bellamy of Cardiff City in action during the Pre Season Friendly match between Cardiff City and Athletic Club de Bilbao at the Cardiff City Stadium on August 10, 2013
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