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Chris Coleman is the manager of Championship side Sunderland after replacing Simon Grayson in November 2017.
Coleman is a Welsh legend after leading his country through to the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championships - the country's highest finish at a major tournament.
Coleman has enjoyed a varied career, managing in England, with Fulham and Coventry, Spain with Real Sociedad, and also Greece with Larissa, before venturing onto the international scene with Wales in 2012.
Coleman became a hero after booking Wales' spot at Euro 2016 - the countries first ever European Championships and first major tournament since 1958.
Under Coleman Wales topped a group consisting of England, Russia and Slovakia, before beating Northern Ireland and Belgium in the knockout stages.
|Hebei China Fortune||0||0||0||0||0||10 Jun 2018 - Present|
|Sunderland||29||5||8||16||17.2||19 Nov 2017 - 29 Apr 2018|
|Wales||29||11||6||12||37.9||19 Jan 2012 - 17 Nov 2017|
|Larisa||12||6||4||2||50||26 May 2011 - 18 Jan 2012|
|Coventry City||117||34||37||46||29.1||19 Feb 2008 - 04 May 2010|
|Real Sociedad||21||8||7||6||38.1||04 Jul 2007 - 16 Jan 2008|
|Fulham||176||61||44||71||34.7||17 Apr 2003 - 11 Apr 2007|