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John Hartson has resigned as Wales assistant coach with immediate effect, the Welsh FA has confirmed.
The ex-international striker served under Chris Coleman during the recent World Cup qualifying campaign, and has cited other commitments as a reason why he cannot continue in the role.
– John Hartson, stepping down.
I have enjoyed every moment of my time with Wales. Everyone knows how passionate I am about my country.
The work I now do as a pundit for the BBC is taking up more and more of my time.
With another child on the way I need to spend some time with my growing family. I have learnt a lot working with Chris (Coleman), Kit (Symons) and Osian (Roberts).
I wish them and the players all the best for the future and really hope they qualify for the UEFA European Championships in 2016.
Harry Wilson's debut for Wales last night has won his grandfather £100,000 - after he placed a bet on the youngster playing for his country one day, when he was just 18 months old.
16-year-old Wilson became Wales' youngest ever player when he came on as a late substitute against Belgium last night.
James Collins: Since the start of last season only Ashley Williams (59) has blocked more shots in the PL than James Collins (47)
West Ham defender James Collins has been called into the Wales squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Belgium, the Football Association of Wales has confirmed.
Gareth Bale has been named Wales Footballer of the Year for the third time.
Bale, who earlier this year won the Professional Fooballers' Association and Football Writers' Association Player of he Year awards, scored 26 goals in all competitions for Tottenham and has been a rare beacon of light for Wales during a disappointing World Cup campaign.
Swansea left-back Ben Davies scooped the Young Player of the Year prize after showing remarkable maturity and consistency after being thrust into action for club and country by Neil Taylor's broken ankle.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has been hit by a fresh batch of withdrawals from his squad for World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Belgium.
Coleman had already lost Gareth Bale, Joe Ledley and Joe Allen due to injuries, while Andrew Crofts is injured and also suspended for the Macedonia match.
But a further five players have now joined that list - Swansea defender Ben Davies, Wolves' Sam Ricketts, Celtic player Adam Matthews, Crystal Palace's Danny Gabbidon and Jack Collison, who is currently on loan at Bournemouth from West Ham.
Wales confirmed nine replacements - Lloyd Isgrove (S'hampton), Owain Tudur Jones (Hibernian), Danny Alfei (Swansea), James Wilson (Bristol City), Rhoys Wiggins (Charlton), Jermaine Easter (Crystal Palace), Sean MacDonald (Bournemouth), David Cotterill (Doncaster) and Ashley Richards (Huddersfield)
Gareth Bale is set to remain in Madrid during the international break as he looks to recover from the thigh injury that has undermined the world-record signing's start to life at the Bernabeu.
Real coach Carlo Ancelotti indicated the 24-year-old winger would remain in the Spanish capital to continue his rehabilitation, despite being included in Wales' squad for their final two World Cup qualifiers.