Coleman 9-2 to leave Welsh hotseat this year
HAVING lost all of his five games in charge of Wales, including Tuesday's 6-1 thrashing in Serbia, manager Chris Coleman is 9-2 to leave his post by the end of the year.
The Football Association of Wales are reportedly meeting with Coleman to discuss the Serbia debacle and see what plans the manager has to turn around their fortunes with Hills quoting 10-11 that Coleman stays until at least 2014, as well as 5-4 he goes at some point in 2013.
Under their former manager, the late Gary Speed, Wales were enjoying a great run or results having won five of his last six games in charge but Coleman has clearly struggled to build on that platform and possible replacements are already being priced up with Millwall boss Kenny Jackett the 9-2 favourite to replace him.
Dean Saunders is the 11-2 second favourite with John Hartson also in the reckoning at 7-1 to manage the side whenever Coleman departs.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis is 12-1 while current premier league stars Ryan Giggs and Craig Bellamy are 14-1 and 20-1 respectively. Robbie Savage is available at 25-1 after slating the team's latest performance on the BBC.