Craig Bellamy in the running to be next Wales manager after Page’s sacking

Former Wales forward is in interim charge at BurnleyFAW hierarchy would consider hiring a non-Welshman

Craig Bellamy is among those set to be considered for the Wales vacancy, with the Football Association of Wales weighing up its options after sacking Rob Page. Bellamy, who won 78 caps for his country, was placed in interim charge of relegated Burnley after Vincent Kompany’s departure to Bayern Munich.

Wales are in no rush to make a decision on their next manager given their next round of matches are in September, when they face a Nations League double-header, at home to Turkey and then away to Montenegro. It is thought the FAW hierarchy could favour a young, high-profile candidate. They have not appointed a non-Welshman to the role since Bobby Gould in 1995 but are open to doing so.

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