Wales Look For New Coach

Tuesday November 12, 2013 at 5:37pm

The United Kingdom Minifootball Association is today beginning the process of looking for a new coach of the Wales National team.

The UKMA has undergone a thorough review of the national teams since the teams and has already announced the departure of the England coaching team and a restructuring in Scotland.

The review process has now concluded and Wales will too be coached by a fresh face in 2014.
The UKMA’s Alex Young explained that the change was designed to give Wales a much better chance of progression to the latter stages of next year’s tournament. “It was tough for Wales in their first ever international competition,” said Alex. “So we looked at everything and we are announcing these changes now so that we can get building blocks in place for next year at an early stage. We want to give the team much more help and will be announcing plans in the next few weeks that will hopefully give a much greater pool of players for the Welsh team – and we want a new Coach in place to help the squad.”

According to Alex the changes were in way a reflection on the previous regime. “On the contrary, everyone was delighted by the way both the team and coaching staff conducted themselves in Crete and we are delighted to say that the present coaching staff have already accepted the brand new position of Wales National Team Directors.”

Anyone who would to apply for the job of Wales coach should email  ONLY with a covering letter explaining why you should be considered for a role that will become considerably more high profile in the coming months and years. Applications via other mediums will not be considered.

Further exciting announcements regarding the Wales team will be made in the coming weeks.

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