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Classmates and Mrs Rees. Who do you think should be the next Welsh football manager! This is the question that has been praying on so many people's mind's for the last few months after Mark Hughes's departure.

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Speech Classmates and Mrs Rees. Who do you think should be the next Welsh football manager! This is the question that has been praying on so many people's mind's for the last few months after Mark Hughes's departure. There have been many suggestions for the job: * John Toshack - one of the main contenders. * Chris Coleman - doing a good job at Fulham so no. * Brian Flynn - another of the main contenders. * Ian Rush - a candidate, but not too experienced * Gerard Houllier} Both the main contenders from aboard. * Gordon Strachan} I hope that a Welshman is appointed as Mark Hughes' successor. Frenchman Gerard Houllier, the former Liverpool manager, has been tipped as a possible candidate alongside the likes of Gary Speed, Brian Flynn, Ian Rush and John Toshack. ...read more.

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I would even take Glenn Hoddle over Flynn, I thought he did alright with England before his disabled comments. The committee will take a giant leap backward if they have Brian Flynn's tunnel vision. I'd love to see Coleman as the manager after next. Once the Giggsy's and the Hartsons retire, we'll have a new young squad with a bright young manager. I see Coleman as the man to bring success to us long term, but not with the squad as it is. I would rather see a guy like Gordon Strachan who has proven he can transform an older squad now, to try and squeeze us in to Germany or Euro 2008. I thought Strachan would be the next Scotland manager, but it looks like Walter Smith's the favourite now, so the wee man might be tempted, although with Germany looking all but finished now, he might not be so keen. ...read more.

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He has took Swansea from the old Division Four into the top flight in the late 1970s and early '80s. He then moved abroad and the clubs he has coached include Real Madrid, Real Sociedad, Sporting Lisbon, Deportivo La Coruna, Besiktas and St Etienne. John has managed some of the biggest names in Europe and his experience would be fantastic for Wales. But then many people cast a dark cloud over his face as he once managed Wales in 1994 but he quit after just 48 days and one match - the 3-1 friendly defeat against Norway at Ninian Park. So that's it. Who do you think it will be? Don't ask me nor even Mr Chambers. Now it is in the hands of the FAW and we all pray and hope that the next manager will bring good fortune to Welsh football. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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