Since the Wales national football team's formation in 1876, it has had 12 managers. The longest serving manager is Dave Bowen, who was manager for 10 years before leaving in 1974. Bowen was in charge of the team for 53 games, winning 10. His win percentage of 20% is the lowest of all Wales managers. The most successful manager in terms of wins was John Toshack.

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  • Since the Wales national football team's formation in 1876, it has had 12 managers. The longest serving manager is Dave Bowen, who was manager for 10 years before leaving in 1974. Bowen was in charge of the team for 53 games, winning 10. His win percentage of 20% is the lowest of all Wales managers. The most successful manager in terms of wins was John Toshack. Jimmy Murphy and Chris Coleman are the only managers to have taken the team to any FIFA World Cup or European Championship finals. Jimmy Murphy leading the team to the 1958 FIFA World Cup, where they reached the quarter-finals before being knocked by Brazil. Chris Coleman led his team to the semi finals of Euro 2016 before being knocked out by eventual winners Portugal. Chris Coleman is the considered to be the best manager wales have ever had also leading them to 8th in the Fifa rankings. (en)
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  • Since the Wales national football team's formation in 1876, it has had 12 managers. The longest serving manager is Dave Bowen, who was manager for 10 years before leaving in 1974. Bowen was in charge of the team for 53 games, winning 10. His win percentage of 20% is the lowest of all Wales managers. The most successful manager in terms of wins was John Toshack. (en)
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