When Newcastle United signed ben Arfa in the summer of 2010, initially on loan for a year from Marseilles it was always a high risk, because of Ben Arfa’s tendency to get into arguments with his managers. Ben Arfa in action for Hull this season He had just fallen out with Marseilles manager Didier Deschamps, […]
Didier Deschamps reflected on a positive year for France, who went unbeaten in 14 of 15 matches after downing Sweden […]
France coach Didier Deschamps insists motivation is no problem for his side ahead of their friendly against Albania on Friday. […]
Josuha Guilavogui believes France can dream of winning Euro 2016 on home soil following some strong recent results. Didier Deschamps’ […]
Coach Didier Deschamps believes his France squad have regained the support of the nation ahead as they prepare to host […]
PARIS (AP) France coach Didier Deschamps has called up Lyon midfielder Maxime Gonalons to replace the injured Blaise Matuidi for upcoming matches against Albania and Sweden.
Matuidi, a key member of the team that reached the World Cup quarterfinals, fractured two bones in his right hand playing for Paris Saint-Germain in Sunday's 2-0 win over title rival Marseille.
Via AP on Fox
November 10, 2014
France manager Didier Deschamps has recalled Newcastle striker target – Lyon’s Alexandre Lacazette – and on loan center-back and utility defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa also gets a call up. Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa in action at Roma Moussa Sissoko has been in great form for Newcastle recently, during our four game winning run, and is also in the […]
France have some thinking to do after their World Cup campaign ended against Germany
France’s World Cup campaign ended in heartbreak as they lost to Germany 1-0 thanks to an early goal from Mats Hummels.
France rarely gave the Germans a chance to attack, while attacking ruthlessly toward the German defense. But, the Germans capitalized on the early mistake that France made and...
In 2010, France was the laughing stock of the World Cup. With a dismal performance, Nicolas Anelka being sent home, the team opposing the coach, and then the so-called “strike”, France was doomed. But if anyone knows French national team football, France seems to go through cycles. In 1998 and 2006, France played exceptionally well. In 2002 and 2010, they were extremely embarrassing...
The French team was able to dominate the game in a comfortable fashion against Switzerland, gaining all three points in a 5-2 victory.
France manager, Didier Deschamps, decided to change the dynamic of his team for this game, opting to go with Oliver Giroud as the central striker while going with Moussa Sissoko in the midfield. Moussa Sissoko provides Deschamps another box-to-box...