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Predator: SAD WELSH FANS LEFT OUT IN THE COLD.

ONE contender for the Wales manager's job vacated by Mark Hughes has shown the drive to succeed.

The veteran club boss launched his own impromptu taxi service at a Welsh FA function, offering two members of the committee a lift home on the condition that he could bend their ears about what he'd do if appointed.

We hear they're now planning to put him in charge of all Wales' coaches - well, the luxury, non-smoking variety at least.

PS: Just when the Welsh thought things couldn't get any more depressing, Millennium Stadium staff rubbed salt into fans' wounds on Wednesday night. As supporters trudged away from the defeat by Poland which all but killed off their World Cup hopes, they did so to the mournful sounds of Coldplay wailing "I never meant to cause you trouble".

Not quite 'Don't Worry, Be Happy', is it?
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 16, 2004
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