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Chris Coleman 'in the frame for Swansea City job'

Coleman 'in the frame for Swansea job'
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Former Sunderland and Wales boss Chris Coleman is said to be in the frame to become Swansea City's next manager.

Former Wales manager Chris Coleman has been tipped to take over the hotseat at Swansea City.

Reports suggest that the Swans will imminently part company with current head coach Carlos Carvalhal, with the club all but relegated to the Championship.

According to former Wales striker Iwan Roberts, ex-Sunderland and Welsh national team coach Coleman is a name that has been linked with the vacant post.

"We're not sure who the manager will be next season, I know Chris Coleman's name has been linked with the club," Roberts told BBC Sport.

"One thing for certain, should Chris Coleman get the job, he would go into that changing room and shake things up because as someone from Swansea, he won't be happy with what's been happening at the club."

Swansea are yet to officially confirm that Carvalhal will not be in charge next season.

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Carlos Carvalhal arrives for the Premier League game between Swansea City and Liverpool on January 22, 2018
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