Coleman Urges Wales To ´do Something Special´ At Euro 2016


Chris Coleman has challenged his players to make their mark on Euro 2016 after closing out their triumphant qualification campaign with a 2-0 Group B win over .

’s dogged defence was breached by five minutes after half-time and a late strike from – the star’s seventh in qualification – preceded jubilant celebrations in Cardiff to mark the country’s first successful pa$$age to a major international tournament since the 1958 .

“We can celebrate now,” said Coleman, as quoted by .com.

“It was one of those games where we knew the opposition were going to defend on the edge of the box.

“I hope the Welsh nation are happy, they deserve it. They’ve kept urging us on and they keep thanking us by showing up in numbers both home and away.

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“I was always argued against the golden generation tag because I didn’t think they had earned it.

“But now they have the opportunity to go on and do something special. They’ve proved they are good players.

“It’s always been about what we can achieve in terms of qualification and now they are getting all the plaudits now and they deserve it.”

captain helped the home defence to their seventh clean sheet in 10 qualifiers and paid tribute to his manager.

“He simplifies everything for us,” Williams told BBC Sport. “Every time we step onto field we are right up for it.

“We always try to perform for him, we are disappointed for him when we lose.”


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