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Christopher "Chris" Coleman (born 10 June 1970) is a Welsh football manager and former player who is the current manager of the Wales national football team.
As a player, Coleman usually played in defence, while also occasionally appearing as a forward. He won 32 caps playing for Wales. Coleman's playing career ended at the age of 32, his leg was broken in a car crash. Following this, Coleman started his coaching career.
In his first full season as manager of Fulham, Coleman guided the club to a respectable ninth place finish in the 2003-04 Premier League. After leaving Fulham, Coleman was appointed manager of Real Sociedad. However, he resigned in January 2008, citing differences with the incoming president. In February 2008, he returned to England to manage Coventry City, but was dismissed in May 2010 following a disastrous run of results. Coleman then managed Greek side Larissa for the first half of the 2011-12 season before resigning due to financial troubles at the club.
In June 2010, Coleman worked as a commentator for ITV at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. He has also worked as a commentator and pundit for Sky Sports.
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