Chris Coleman, manager of Wales football squad, is to be offered the freedom of his home city, Swansea.
Coleman and his team returned from France to a hero’s welcome after taking Wales to their first semi-final ever.
Chris Coleman was born in Swansea in 1970.
He went to St Joseph’s RC Primary School and to Bishop Vaughan RC Comprehensive.
He played for Swansea City 160 times and for Wales 32 times.
After leaving Swansea in 1991, he went on to play for Crystal Palace, Blackburn and Fulham, and later had spells as manager at Fulham, Coventry and Spanish side Real Sociedad.
He was appointed Wales manager in the tragic and difficult aftermath of the death of his good friend Gary Speed in 2012.
From there he built a team that qualified for its first major championships in 58 years.