Venables interested in Wales post

Former Chelsea, Tottenham and QPR star player and Crystal Palace, Barcelona, Tottenham and Leeds United boss Terry Venables is reportedly interested in the vacant Wales national team job.

The 67-year old, who has also managed England and Australia, wants to replace John Toshack as boss of the Welsh side and has already stated his intent to the Football Association of Wales.

Bryan Flynn is currently the caretaker for the team as the FA search for a new man to take over The Dragons who will play their next matches against Bulgaria and Switzerland in Euro2012 qualifying in October.

Other names linked with the job include former Fulham and Coventry City boss Chris Coleman and ex-West Ham and Celtic striker John Hartson whilst Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs, Millwall boss Kenny Jackett and new Sheffield United manager Gary Speed have ruled themselves out.

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