'Continuity is good for us': Bale confident Coleman's staying power can get Wales to Euro 2016

By Neil Moxley

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Gareth Bale says Chris Coleman’s decision to sign a new contract gives Wales their best chance of qualifying for Euro 2016.

The world’s most expensive player lines up for Coleman’s side in a friendly against Finland in Cardiff tonight. ‘Continuity is good for us,’ said Bale.

‘We have the right team, at the right ages, and with the manager signing a new contract we’ve had more than a year to get used to him.

Enter the Dragon: Gareth Bale (2nd left) is confident that Wales can qualify for Euro 2016

Enter the Dragon: Gareth Bale (2nd left) is confident that Wales can qualify for Euro 2016

Cookie time: Chris Coleman has signed a contract extension to stay on as Wales manager

Cookie time: Chris Coleman has signed a contract extension to stay on as Wales manager

‘Everybody can know what they’re doing, it’s not a case of new ideas coming in all the time and it’s something we’re all looking forward to.

‘The aim — not just for me but for everybody in the squad — is to qualify for Euro 2016.  ‘There is a big opportunity and it is something we can take advantage of.’ 

Open all ears: Gareth Bale (left) wears a pair of bear ears in support of the charity Children in Need

Open all ears: Gareth Bale (left) wears a pair of bear ears in support of the charity Children in Need

 


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As for G Bale he always seems to comment in a very logical manner, and yes continuity and patience should pay off with this young promising side, Also good to see the F.A.W. are now demonstrating some forward thinking, by extending Coleman;s contract.

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