– DYFED POWYS POLICE SPOKESPERSON
Dyfed-Powys Police would like to thank Mr Coleman for his assistance with a vulnerable member of the public.
We fully appreciate he was travelling to an engagement during his busy schedule – yet still took time to ensure the safety of an individual who was in need of help.
He was on his way to a meeting in Pembrokeshire when he noticed the woman dangerously close to traffic.
Coleman is said to have driven around Haverfordwest for half an hour to see if the woman could recognise her home, before calling friends in the town to ask for help.
Wales manager Chris Coleman is pleased to have Craig Bellamy back on the squad for tonight's match against Austria.
"We've got him back for this friendly. The next twelve or twenty four months, in all honesty, I don't think we'll have him for too many friendlies, because he needs his rest.
"It's nice to have him back".
In the third 'In Touch' programme Wales manager Chris Coleman reveals he's still confident he can improve his team's disappointing results.
Chris Coleman has named his 23-man squad for Wales' match against Mexico at the end of the month. It's the first time the Wales manager has taken charge of picking the squad. Although already appointed, he decided to take a back seat for the Gary Speed Memorial match against Costa Rica in February.
Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy, 32, is included, a sign that he may continue his Wales career into the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. He'd previously admitted he was considering his international future after Speed's death.
Wales face Mexico in New Jersey, USA on 27 May, before qualifying begins in September, against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Wales squad to face Mexico:
- J Brown, L Price, R Taylor; D Blake, N Eardley, C Gunter, A Matthews, S Ricketts, N Taylor, A Williams; J Allen, A Crofts, D Edwards, A King, J Ledley, A Ramsey, D Vaughan; G Bale, C Bellamy, S Church, S Morrison, H Robson-Kanu, S Vokes
Wales manager Chris Coleman is set to announce his squad to face Mexico later.
The game, which is Coleman's second in charge, following the sudden death of Gary Speed last November, will be played in New York on May 27th.
The friendly has been arranged as part of the build-up to the World Cup qualifiers which begin in the autumn.