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Chris Coleman not interested in Crystal Palace job

Chris Coleman not interested in Crystal Palace job

But Coleman said it would look "cowardly" if he walked out on Wales little more than two weeks before their vital World Cup qualifier in Serbia on June 11.

Harry Wilson, Ben Woodburn and Danny Ward have been named in Wales' 26-man squad for a training camp in Portugal next month.

And Coleman, who pledged this would be his final campaign after leading Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 last summer, says his focus is on reaching next summer's World Cup finals in Russian Federation.

Wales boss Chris Coleman has suggested that he has no interest in discussing the possibility of becoming the new manager of Crystal Palace. "All I care about now is Wales". "I intend to be the manager of Wales for sometime to come yet and I am looking forward to the next challenge which is Serbia".

"Lots of things have been said on the back of what I said when I signed a new contract, but I can not go into a game of football thinking "if we lose" because we've lost, I have lost, and I have never thought that".

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Wales now sit four points behind Serbia and Republic of Ireland, meaning they will need a result from their trip to Belgrade to preserve their qualification hopes. I don't think my journey is finished yet.

Chris Coleman's side are third in their qualifying group after four consecutive draws, four points behind leaders Serbia with five games remaining.

"We went to Belgium once (in 2013) with no Gareth Bale, no Ashley Williams, no Joe Allen - and we got a result".

"But I am not ready to tell the FAW [Football Association of Wales] or ring my players up and say 'Thanks for that'".

"I'm confident that people are prepared to step up on the night without Gareth.".

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