Chris puts hat in ring
CHRIS COLEMAN is one of the names in the frame to be the new boss of Danish club FC Copenhagen.
The former Wales manager is among those being considered as a replacement for Stale Solbakken who was sacked three weeks ago.
Interim sporting director William Kvist, who played for Fulham and Wigan Athletic, is aware of Coleman’s interest in the post vacated by the former Wolves boss last month.
The former Red
Dragons’ chief will be known to Kvist as the Danish midfielder was a player at Fulham when Kit Symons, his number two with the national side, was part of the backroom staff at Craven Cottage.