Euro 2016 Wales v Northern Ireland Broadcast
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Wales v Northern Ireland Line-ups
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Official squad list
|1||Wayne Hennessey||29||Crystal Palace|
|12||Owain Fôn Williams||29||Inverness|
|5||James Chester||27||West Brom|
|19||James Collins||32||West Ham|
|16||Joe Ledley||29||Crystal Palace|
|20||Jonathan Williams||22||Crystal Palace|
|22||David Vaughan Doubtful||33||Nottm Forest|
|11||Gareth Bale||26||Real Madrid|
|23||MK Dons||27||Simon Church|
|12||Roy Carroll||38||Notts County|
|23||Alan Mannus||34||St Johnstone|
|4||Gareth McAuley||36||West Brom|
|5||Jonny Evans||28||West Brom|
|18||Aaron Hughes||36||Melbourne City|
|22||Lee Hodson||24||MK Dons|
|19||Jamie Ward||30||Nottm Forest|
|10||Kyle Lafferty Injured||28||Birmingham|
EURO facts: Wales
EURO facts: Northern Ireland
Coach and player links
Date of birth: 10 June 1970
Playing career: Manchester City FC, Swansea City AFC, Crystal Palace FC, Blackburn Rovers FC, Fulham FC
Coaching career: Fulham FC, Real Sociedad de Fútbol, Coventry City FC, Larissa FC, Wales
A solid defender, Coleman came through the youth ranks at Manchester City. But started his career in earnest with home-town team Swansea, where he won Welsh Cups in 1989 and 1991.
Picked up the first of 32 caps for Wales while at Crystal Palace, where he occasionally served as a makeshift striker, before joining then reigning English champions Blackburn in 1995 for an injury-ravaged two-year stay.
A broken leg sustained in a car crash in 2001 when Coleman was playing for Fulham effectively ended his playing days, but he was brought on to the club’s coaching staff, taking the top job after a successful stint as caretaker in 2003.
After leaving Fulham in 2007, Coleman headed abroad to manage first Real Sociedad and then Larissa either side of a spell at Coventry.
Hired as Wales manager in January 2012 following the death of former team-mate Gary Speed, Coleman signed a two-year extension in November 2013, and was rewarded by guiding the side to UEFA EURO 2016 – their first major tournament since 1958.
Date of birth: 5 July 1969
Nationality: Northern Irish
Playing career: Coleraine FC, Newcastle United FC, Dundee United FC, Hibernian FC, Coventry City FC, Aberdeen FC (loan), Reading FC (loan), Wigan Athletic FC, Saint Johnstone FC, Portland Timbers, Clydebank FC, Glentoran FC, Ayr United FC
Coaching career: Brechin City FC, Shamrock Rovers FC, Northern Ireland
A midfielder and forward during a 20-year playing career, O’Neill spent the bulk of his time in Scotland, most notably with Dundee United and Hibernian. Enjoyed late success when winning a Northern Irish league and League Cup double with Glentoran in 2002/03.
Made 31 appearances for his country, scoring four goals, two of which came in a memorable 5-3 victory against Austria during EURO ’96 qualifying.
Moved into coaching as assistant manager of Scottish club Cowdenbeath in 2005 before taking the reins at Brechin in March 2006. Was named coach of Shamrock Rovers in the Republic of Ireland in December 2008, guiding the Hoops to a second-place finish in his debut season before clinching their first title since 1994 in 2010.
Made history as Rovers became the first Irish side to qualify for the group stage of a European competition, beating FK Partizan in the 2011/12 UEFA Europa League play-offs. Also led the Hoops to a second successive domestic championship in 2011.
Appointed coach of his country in December 2011 and helped Northern Ireland record several notable results in 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying, including a 1-1 draw in Portugal and a home win against Russia. Even better was to come as O’Neill steered his charges to UEFA EURO 2016, their first UEFA European Championship appearance.