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grilhouse el 16-11-2017 a las 03:22:58

There were less than three minutes on the clock when the Wales supporters started their campaign to keep Chris Coleman on as manager and it quickly became clear that it was going to be the soundtrack of the evening. 

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“Chrissy Coleman, we want you to stay” was the message that reverberated from the fans time and again on the manager’s 49th – and potentially last – match in charge of his country. With James Harden Authentic Jersey the stadium only around half full, it was a slightly strange occasion in many respects and finished with Coleman briefly acknowledging the Wales supporters at the final whistle, shortly after Panama had snatched an injury-time equaliser, turning on his heel and heading down the tunnel with no one quite sure whether the 47-year-old will be back in the dugout here again. Coleman confirmed afterwards that talks will continue with the Football Association of Wales over the coming days, but also admitted that he has no idea what the future holds. His contract expires at the end of the month and the feeling is that the two parties are not a million miles apart in their attempts to reach an agreement, yet nothing can be said with any certainty about his James Harden Authentic Jersey position right now. Asked whether he felt emotional during the game, Coleman reflected on the difficult times at the start of his tenure and said: “It’s a funny one because I don’t know what’s going to happen. But a huge, huge thank you. “These are our core fans. These are the fans that in the first 12 to 18 months, they didn’t like me much. But I didn’t mind because they were the only fans that showed up for us – 9,000-10,000 people. I didn’t mind them booing because at least they paid the money to come and support their country and they’re still doing it. “So a huge thank you to them. It was nice they were singing my name and I appreciate that. I hope that’s not going to be the last game. I don’t know, if I’m honest with you. I think I am the man to lead them. “But there’s a bit more to it than that.” A night that started with Coleman providing the Wales supporters with a James Harden Authentic Jersey glimpse into the future by giving full debuts to Chelsea’s Ethan Ampadu, Liverpool’s Ben Woodburn and Sheffield United’s David Brooks, ended with the manager thanking his players in the dressing room for their part in a remarkable journey that peaked with the performances at the European Championship finals last year.

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