Ryan Giggs and Craig Bellamy among four interviewed for Wales manager’s job

• Osian Roberts and Mark Bowen also in running to succeed Chris Coleman
• FA of Wales close to making appointment, with Giggs the current frontrunner

The Football Association of Wales is expected to announce Chris Coleman’s successor in the coming days after completing a managerial search that saw Ryan Giggs, Osian Roberts, Craig Bellamy and Mark Bowen interviewed for the post that has been vacant since November.

The interviews took place on Thursday, overseen by Jonathan Ford, the FAW chief executive, and it is anticipated that a decision will be made quickly, with Giggs currently the frontrunner. The 44-year-old, who has been out of work since leaving his role as Manchester United’s No2 in 2016, admitted last month that he was interested in replacing Coleman and described managing Wales as “one of the top jobs”.

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