Ryan Giggs has been stood down from Wales’ matches this month, raising further doubts over whether he will be in charge at Euro 2020 in the summer.
He will be absent from 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Belgium and Czech Republic and a friendly against Mexico, which will take his absence to six matches since he was put on “special leave” in November.
The former Manchester United winger was arrested in November on suspicion of actual bodily harm and assault. His bail was extended until May 1 and he is waiting to hear if there is a case to answer. Giggs, 47, denies the allegations.
If Giggs is charged he would be expected to be also stood down from Wales’s European Championships, the first match