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Symons reviewing Welsh job

last updated Wednesday 22nd April 2015, 3:09 PM

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Fulham Manager Kit Symons
Fulham Manager
Kit Symons
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Fulham boss Kit Symons is reluctantly heading towards calling time on his involvement with the Welsh national side.

The manager has been sidekick to former Whites boss Chris Coleman since January 2012, and was originally given a green light by Whites club owner and chairman Shahid Khan to keep a foot in both camps.

Now, Symons admits D-Day approaches on whether to continue in what could be Wales's finest hour in 57 years as they strive for European qualification after the international against Belgium on June 12.

Symons is clearly reluctant to give up Wales, especially now when things are going so well, but admitted he knows where his bread is buttered.

"I'll do what's right for Fulham," he said.

"They're my club and they pay my wages. Quite often, I'm only away with Wales for a couple of days, but I'll assess. The build-up to Wales games doesn't impact, but situations change.

I'll get the balance right, and there's no Welsh game until June. Then l'll talk with the chairman."

Symons can plan for next season after Millwall lost 2-0 at Blackburn last night. The limping Lions were the only side left who could have dragged Whites back into relegation fight, but after defeat at Ewood Park, Symons and Fulham are mathematically sure of Championship status.

Source Paul Warburton at GetWestLondon
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