Coleman takes time over future
Wales head coach Chris Coleman refused to be drawn on his future after seeing his side fail to qualify for the World Cup finals in Russia next summer.
A 1-0 defeat by the Republic of Ireland in the Cardiff City Stadium meant that the Euro 2016 semi-finalists could only finish in third place in Group D, with the Irish claiming the play-off place behind pool winners Serbia.
There's a chance I can stay and a chance I won't.Chris Coleman
And Coleman was in no mood to discuss his own situation, with his current contract set to run out next summer.
He told reporters: "There's a chance I can stay and a chance I won't. I can't give an answer right now.
"It's not just a matter of signing a new contract, the FAW has been great with me - I asked them to leave me alone as my contract has been running down and all the questions were getting asked.
"I wanted to concentrate on getting results, there'll be a conversation in due course.
"My contract is until the summer, but right now I'm thinking about the experience. I'll go back to my family and take a bit of time. When the dust settles we'll see where we go."
Wales now have to wait another four-year cycle to try and end a lengthy absence from the World Cup finals, with their last appearance coming way back in 1958, when they reached the quarter-finals before being beaten by eventual winners Brazil.
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