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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) 21:17 - Nov 17 with 1477 viewsally86

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:25 - Nov 17 with 1461 viewsLibero

Yeah, rather him than me...
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:44 - Nov 17 with 1420 viewsjpring89

Odd decision more likely to be successful with Wales than Sunderland. Obviously money talks here
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:48 - Nov 17 with 1403 viewsclive_baker

And Michael O’Neill leaving NI for Scotland. Why?

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:49 - Nov 17 with 1394 viewsPJH

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:48 - Nov 17 by clive_baker

And Michael O’Neill leaving NI for Scotland. Why?


He lives there and they are paying more, two reasons.
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:53 - Nov 17 with 1377 viewsLibero

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:48 - Nov 17 by clive_baker

And Michael O’Neill leaving NI for Scotland. Why?


That's happened?! FFS.
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:58 - Nov 17 with 1362 viewsclive_baker

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:53 - Nov 17 by Libero

That's happened?! FFS.


Been given permission to talk to them.

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 22:08 - Nov 17 with 1328 viewsLibero

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:58 - Nov 17 by clive_baker

Been given permission to talk to them.


That would be a daft move in my opinion, still if he leaves maybe Magilton will take over Northern Ireland!
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 22:18 - Nov 17 with 1302 viewstextbackup

Money talks...

I got back from living abroad as the Burley project built unstoppable momentum... 2 seasons of week in week out progress in systems, energy and confidence. Always the sum of the parts of the players, apart from perhaps Dyer and Stewart..... even when we lost Dyer the project was so clear and bought into that it didn't matter. Players hung off and were fitted into an exciting and defined footballing system. There was an interchangeable group of about 15 of us who would go. Mates from far and wide came along, and the reputation of Ipswich was building goodwill all the time. Portman Road was a party atmosphere, North Stand was rammed. And even when we got knocked back in yet another play-off exit, we all regrouped and came back for more, It was all because the entertainment was great and everyone was pulling in the same direction - fans, players, coaching, senior leadership. That wonderful vibe took us through into a European tour and a glorious drive to the top of the championship. I often feel that fans who somehow justify the dire fare of the last 2-3 seasons, this terrible defend first at home ethos, could not have been going to PR during this time.
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 23:34 - Nov 17 with 1185 viewsstrikalite

Good move imo, if he keeps them up and a fair chance still of that given the players they have then hell have done a good job, if he takes them down then it's down to the mess the Club is in and it's awful recent past still hanging over them..

Throw in a decent salary and what's not to like?
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 23:38 - Nov 17 with 1180 viewsGodzilla

I wonder why

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 03:25 - Nov 18 with 1078 viewsSwansea_Blue

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 23:34 - Nov 17 by strikalite

Good move imo, if he keeps them up and a fair chance still of that given the players they have then hell have done a good job, if he takes them down then it's down to the mess the Club is in and it's awful recent past still hanging over them..

Throw in a decent salary and what's not to like?


For Wales he kept talking about the journey they made. He's got the chance (and probably time) to try and build something at Sunderland. They're a bit of a sleeping giant, so the potential rewards are large. I'm sure money helps, but surely he'd have been able to get a better offer at a higher level after the last couple of years he's had (and not forgetting he did well with Fulham, delaying the inevitable)?

I'll guess it's not all about money in this case.

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 08:07 - Nov 18 with 994 viewsC_HealyIsAPleasure

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 21:44 - Nov 17 by jpring89

Odd decision more likely to be successful with Wales than Sunderland. Obviously money talks here


Has been Wales manager for some time, peaked at the Euros and just failed to qualify for the World Cup

Hardly a surprise he’s decided to leave while his stock is still high

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 08:11 - Nov 18 with 989 viewsWD19

Was he not on about £200k a year with Wales?

Wouldn’t be surprised if he will earn x10 that at Sunderland. Knows he is young enough to go back to the wales job a second time if he ever wants/needs to.
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 08:56 - Nov 18 with 934 viewsstrikalite

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 03:25 - Nov 18 by Swansea_Blue

For Wales he kept talking about the journey they made. He's got the chance (and probably time) to try and build something at Sunderland. They're a bit of a sleeping giant, so the potential rewards are large. I'm sure money helps, but surely he'd have been able to get a better offer at a higher level after the last couple of years he's had (and not forgetting he did well with Fulham, delaying the inevitable)?

I'll guess it's not all about money in this case.


Trouble is there isn't many top jobs about, though he did a decent job at Wales and before that as you say Fulham, would that be enough to land a lower Prem job if one became available?

I wish he was coming here...
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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 08:57 - Nov 18 with 932 viewsLord_Lucan

That seems strange. Everton I could understand.

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 09:53 - Nov 18 with 869 viewscaught-in-limbo

Good move for Coleman. I liked him when he was at Real Sociedad but he wasn't the given a chance because the controlling forces at the club were not united in their opinion of him.

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Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 10:01 - Nov 18 with 857 viewsKeaneish

Coleman quits Wales - for Sunderland (n/t) on 22:08 - Nov 17 by Libero

That would be a daft move in my opinion, still if he leaves maybe Magilton will take over Northern Ireland!


I wouldn't want to be the man taking over from him. Impossible task given the incredible job he's done there.

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