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WALES MUST BE QUICKER OUT OF THE BLOCKS.

Byline: ANDREW GWILYM

CHRIS COLEMAN admits Wales must 'hit the ground running' if they are to end their long wait to secure a place at a major finals - but did not reveal if he would be in charge for the next qualifying campaign. Another fruitless qualification campaign drew to a close on Tuesday with a hard-earned 1-1 draw with Belgium - too little, too late in terms of Welsh World Cup aspirations. "A draw in Belgium is fantastic, but what we need to do in the next campaign is start it like we have finished this one," Coleman said. "This campaign we lost our first game to Belgium and then we get hammered in Serbia, and that was it." FULL STORY, PLUS BELLAMY & RAMSEY - P46,47

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Chris Coleman celebrates Wales' equaliser in Belgium, but the draw was too little too late for their World Cup hopes
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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUBL
Date:Oct 17, 2013
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