Football - Bosnia & Herzegovina v Wales - UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying Group B - 10/10/15. Wales manager Chris Coleman is held up by his players as they celebrate after qualifying for UEFA Euro 2016 Action Images via Reuters / Matthew ChildsLivepic
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For Wales manager Chris Coleman, who has led his country to a first major tournament since 1958, the greatest triumph of his managerial career sprang from his deepest tragedy.Coleman, 45, only took up the job following the death of his close friend and former Wales team-mate Gary Speed from an apparent suicide in November 2011 .Born in Swansea, south Wales, on June 10, 1970, Coleman was an avid Liverpool fan as a youngster and joined Manchester City's youth set-up, only to leave at the age of 17, citing homesickness.With Bale contributing seven goals, Wales took Group B by storm, winning four points against much-fancied Belgium and securing a place at a major tournament for the first time since the 1958 World Cup.
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