Wales assistant manager Raymond Verheijen criticises Welsh FA via Twitter

The former Chelsea and Manchester City coach will consider his role alongside Gary Speed over the Christmas period, after questioning the countries football governing body

Wales assistant manager Raymond Verheijen has taken to Twitter to complain about the Welsh FA's involvement with team affairs.

The Dutch coach has previously worked with a number of European and international teams such as Barcelona, Chelsea and the Netherlands, primarily as a fitness coach, before taking on his current role earlier this year alongside Gary Speed.

Verheijen’s contract is set to expire at the end of the year and he has announced that he will use the Christmas period to decide whether to continue with his role, whilst also criticising the motivation of the WFA.

Verheijen said via Twitter: “My consultancy contract with Wales expires at the end of the year. Will use xmas period to evaluate and make new plans for the future

"The team has made solid progress but will the FAW be able to grow with team or will they ultimately slow process down so the team will fail?

"My mentor Guus Hiddink has taught me to constantly check whether people do all they can for the team or for themselves and their ego."