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Flynn set to take over Wales job

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 11 Sep 2010

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Former international midfielder Brian Flynn could be named as John Toshack’s successor as Wales manager on Monday.

The former Wrexham and Swansea boss has emerged as the front-runner for the post after impressing in his current role as coach of Wales’ youth sides.

The 54-year-old could initially take charge on a caretaker basis for next month’s Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Switzerland.

Flynn told Yorkshire Radio on Friday: “Decisions are made and carefully considered and we will see on Monday when the situation is clarified.”

Toshack stood down after six years in the post following his side’s disappointing start to their Euro 2012 campaign. Wales were beaten in their opening qualifier in Montenegro last Friday.

Flynn, who won 66 Wales caps as a player, spent 12 years in charge at Wrexham from 1989 and later took over at Swansea.

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