Football Association of Wales (FAW) has finally officially announced the appointment of Chris Coleman as a late replacement for Gary Speed. Wales national team had been without a coach since Speed was found dead of suicide on 27 November last year.
Coleman himself had strengthened Wales national team 32 times. Throughout his career, he has experience coaching Fulham, Real Sociedad, Coventry City, and finally with Larissa in Greece.
In a playing career, Coleman had strengthened Swansea City, Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers, and decided Fulham. he retire after a car accident in 2001.
Coleman's debut in his duties as manager will occur next month when Wales host Costa Rica in a game of respect for Speed, February 29.
Wales, who failed to qualify for the European Championships this year, will begin their successful efforts in the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Belgium on September 7. They also will face Croatia, Serbia, Scotland, and Macedonian in Group A.