WATCH: New footage shows wild celebrations after McClean goal

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John Toshack thinks it is the right time for Chris Coleman to leave the Wales job.

For Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland fans, the road to Russia will now take one last detour before the World Cup.

Portugal and Switzerland face each other on Tuesday night - a win or a draw for Switzerland will send Portugal into the play-offs.

James McClean's goal for Ireland against Wales in Cardiff on Monday was celebrated in Irish pubs all over the world.

But when you're outside of that bubble you're generally placed somewhere in the nosebleeds where it's a bit of a free-for-all, and thus, if you want to give yourself a chance at a seat with a monitor you get out there early.

Meyler is a popular figure in the FIFA community for having a laugh (his catchphrase is "yes lads!"), playing FIFA from a unique perspective and for trying to win online as Hull. But I have always feared teams, it's the best way to be.

Coleman's contract runs out next summer and he has previously indicated this would be his last qualifying programme in charge of the team he led to the Euro 2016 semi-finals. Beyond the boos, the noise, even the result, goals such as McClean's in Cardiff matter. Because even in a climate of social media vitriol, McClean is on a different level.

"I've never doubted the character of the players and their courage was never in doubt".

Denmark only found Poland too good in Group E and sealed a play-off berth following their draw at home to Romania in Sunday.

Kenny Jackett has been made second favourite by the bookmakers to become next Wales manager. There was none of the indecision and greyness about the team personality which we saw in other games. And they can thank France and particularly Ireland for that. Pozanan witnessed an emphatic 3-1 win for Croatia in what was a tournament to forget for the Irish.

They've had problems off the pitch however and in a managerial change after their penultimate qualifier against Finland, Zlatko Dalic replaced Ante Cacic.

Now he's done again against Wales and that's too often for it to be luck or coincidence.

"When I reflected on it, the only similar feeling was when I got promoted with Bournemouth to the Premier League".

Marco Verratti has emerged as a key player in the middle of the feld, while Simone Zaza, Graziano Pelle and Eder are the players up front entrusted with finding the net.

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