Chris Coleman claimed that the Euro 2016 should take place as planned even after the latest terrorist attacks in Brussels.

The Belgian capital witnessed attacks from terrorists and it resulted in more than 30 people losing their lives. Several more are injured and the nation has declared a three-day mourning. Coleman says that one of the primary objectives of the terrorists appears to be the upcoming Euro 2016. The tournament will be hosted in France, but Belgium is also expected to get a lot of visitors. As one of the underdogs to win the tournament itself, there is a lot of expectations surrounding Belgium.

Real Madrid recently welcomed Gareth Bale back to the starting line-up and he was in goalscoring form straightaway.

Gareth Bale

The Welsh winger had a great end to 2015, when he scored four goals in the 10-2 thrashing of Rayo Vallecano. He went on to score more goals until the middle of January when he suffered an injury, and has been unavailable since playing 45 minutes of the game against Sporting Gijon.

The manager of the Welsh national football team, Chris Coleman is believed to be in talks with the Football Association of Wales (FAW) as an attempt to find out if his contract will be extended before the group stages of the 2016 Euro’s kick off on June.


Wales were pitted in Group B along with Slovakia, Russia and England. The first match of Wales is scheduled to take place against Slovakia on June 11 at the Boardeaux Stadium in France which is the host country.

Wales are set to start their preparations for the Euro 2016 in full swing according to manager Chris Coleman.

He claims that the team are set to be part of friendly matches against teams like Sweden as part of the preparations. Wales are expected to be one of the dark horses in France. This after the team achieved qualification quite easily. Powered by the likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in the team, they have been able to stream roll past much of their opposition. Wales suffered only one defeat in their entire qualification campaign and that was only after qualification was achieved.

The Welsh football association are pretty relaxed over the contractual situation of their manager Chris Coleman.

The former Fulham manager is out of contract after Euro 2016. It appears that the Welsh FA are keen on extending this contract for a further two years. Coleman has also expressed his desire towards the same. However, talks over the new contract are yet to begin. The Euro 2016 starts in a couple of months and Wales have qualified for the competition in style. Coleman’s stock has never been higher after taking the national team to a major competition after more than 50 years.

Tottenham recently reversed a run of four straight matches without a victory by claiming the spectacular 5-1 thrashing of newly promoted Bournemouth in the previous league outing.

However, they have to work extremely hard in order to maintain such high standards according to manager Mauricio Pochettino. The team are up against Aston Villa on Monday night. A victory is essential for Spurs if they are to keep their heads above the likes of Liverpool. Only a few weeks ago, the possibility of finishing in a top four spot looked extremely promising. The failure to win the last four games, though, has taken its toll in terms of confidence.

Louis Van Gaal’s up-and-down time at Manchester United continued after the recent high created by the victory over Liverpool was brought down by the 2-1 defeat against PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League.

United return to this competition after a long absence was marked by this tough away match, which would see reunions for a number of United members. Van Gaal was returning to play against his former club while this was also the case with Memphis Depay. After taking the lead through a fine goal by the latter, United conceded twice and lost their first Champions League group match.

Wales national team boss Chris Coleman says that his team are not afraid of facing Belgium, who have been now ranked as the number two team in the world.

It was only five years ago when Belgium were as low as 57th in the FIFA rankings. However, this has been substantially improved in recent years and the team are now second best after an impressive run of form during the Euro 2016 qualifiers. Several Belgium stars like Eden Hazard disappointed during the World Cup but this did not prevent the national team from almost reaching the semifinals.

Wales manager Chris Coleman says that he believes that this current team can become the best in the national team’s history.

Regarded as one of the minnows in world football, Wales have not qualified for a major tournament like the World Cup since 1958. A side that once boasted the likes of George Best could have gone on to dominate world football. However, it was not the case. Even though the latest generation of players like Craig Bellamy and Ryan Giggs continued to provide a lot of quality to the national team, it has not been enough.

The world of football is talking about the upcoming 2022 World Cup which is going to be held in Qatar and it has turned into one of the major topics of discussion of football ever since Qatar was selected as the host and now it has been revealed that major changes will have to be done with the schedule of clubs from all around the world in order for the players to have enough rest for the worldwide event to take place which has now been changed to November and December.