Chris Coleman and his team are left with an agonising defeat against the Republic of Ireland, and now their bid for World Cup play-offs have come to an end.
This will be the first time Wales have not been able to qualify for the tournament since 1958 which also now placed Chris Coleman’s future with the club in check.
Coleman’s contract runs out next summer and since losing 1-0 against the Republic of Ireland happened, the Wales manager admitted that his career with the club might be coming to an end.
“If you ask any manager after a defeat, you want to be as far away from it as you can,” Coleman said.
“It’s six years I’ve been in charge, or coming up with it at Christmas, and I can’t say right now about my future because I’m not thinking about it.
“I’m thinking about the fact there’s a dressing room full of devastated players and staff.
“The whole nation will be mourning and disappointed because, again, that elusive World Cup has passed us by. There’s a chance I can [stay] and a chance I won’t.
“I can’t give an answer right now. There will be a conversation in due course and there’s a friendly next month.
“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.”