While the question of a change of coach for the Blues could arise after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Aymeric Laporte voted for Zinedine Zidane.
If it is indeed Didier Deschamps who will lead theFrench team during the 2022 World Cup program at the end of the year, a change of coach cannot be ruled out at the end of the competition. Everything will depend on the result of the Blues in Qatar, but also on ” desire “ of “DD” to continue or not, according to the words of the president of the FFF, Noël Le Graët.
“#Zidane, I know him well, but you know my attachment to Didier Deschamps. It will be decided after the World Cup” 🇫🇷💬 Noël Le Graët, president of the @FFFon the next coach of the Blues. #telematin pic.twitter.com/DyZLDEhvDf
— Telematin (@telematin) July 7, 2022
Zidane awaits the Blues
In the event of a new era at the head of the tricolor selection, the name of Zinedine Zidane inevitably returns with insistence. It is also said that the former Madrid player would have refused to take the reins of the Paris Saint Germain, preferring to wait patiently for his turn on the bench of the France team. A perspective that would not displease Aymeric Laportewho praised the 98 world champion.
“There is nothing to say, he is very strong”
“Zidane at the head of the blues? Yes, that would have been good… He is a person that I appreciate humanlysaid the defender of Manchester City for RMC Sports. As a coach, we have seen his results… There is nothing to say, he is very strong. He also brought a lot to France as a player. The quality he had, it was magic… These are very good memories for me and for my family. I wish him the best for his next steps. »
The fields, ” It’s from the past “
It must be said that Laporte does not really carry Didier Deschamps from his heart. Scrambled with the former coach of theOM, the 28-year-old defender even ended up choosing to defend the colors of the Spanish selection. And we feel that although the scar is not completely closed. At the question “but it is still Didier Deschamps at the head of the Blues. What does this mean to you? Resentment, regret? »the Basque replied pithyly: ” It’s from the past. »