Jose Mourinho unhappy at sending three of his Tottenham stars to work with Arsenal coach Albert Stuivenberg on Wales duty as he bemoans conflict of interest – with assistant stepping up to take charge of team in absence of recently-arrested boss Ryan Giggs
- Ryan Giggs will not take charge of Wales due to his arrest and assault allegations
- Arsenal coach Albert Stuivenberg also works with Wales and will step up to lead
- He and Rob Page are in charge of team, which includes three Tottenham stars
- Jose Mourinho is unhappy at sending Spurs players to work with Arsenal coach
Stuivenberg, an assistant to Mikel Arteta at Arsenal, has been on the coaching staff of Ryan Giggs at Wales since 2018.
He will have greater responsibility for three games this month, starting with a friendly against the USA in Swansea on Thursday because Giggs is absent after his arrest and allegations of assault.