Wales welcomed home after surprising Euro 2016 campaign

Wales manager Chris Coleman wants his side to build on their shock semi-final run at Euro 2016.

Wales were greeted by more than 200,000 fans in Cardiff on Friday.
Over 200,000 people were estimated to have lined the streets of Cardiff as Wales' Euro 2016 squad returned home to a heroes' welcome.
An open top bus carrying Chris Coleman's semifinalists snaked its way through the streets of the capital following the squad's arrival from France.
The Wales squad had left their Brittany base in Dinard on Friday morning for the final time ahead of a huge homecoming party in Cardiff.
After hundreds of supporters greeted them at Cardiff Airport — renamed Cardiff Bale…
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Wales welcomed home after surprising Euro 2016 campaign
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