“We are finally going to talk about football!
“For several weeks, the environment around the France team has been agitated.
Between the questions around the Federation, the Pogba affair and the stories of image rights which resulted in common ground on Monday, after Kylian Mbappé made it known that he would not participate in the shooting of the sponsors , the climate around the Blues is not idyllic.
Two months before the World Cup in Qatar (November 20 - December 18), Didier Deschamps and his men have the opportunity, this Thursday against Austria, to bring everyone back to the field.
"I don't understand everything that's going on anyway.
What interests me is football, loose Kevin, a 32-year-old supporter met on the forecourt of the Stade de France.
After Knysna I had seum, he said.
I didn't want to watch football anymore.
But, in 2018,
I was the first to run down the street.
If we win, as usual, we will quickly forget what happens off the pitch.
“I am not too confident for the World Cup”
"Mbappé's requests and what we have said about the sponsors, this somewhat spoils the attraction for the athlete, abounds Tony, 41, who came from Seine-et-Marne with his son and friends.
But it's an important match this (Thursday) evening because we haven't won in the League of Nations yet.
We must make a faultless now.
If we went down to Ligue B, it would be a shame!
“Paul, 54, Blues jersey on his back, adds:” With the many injuries we have, I think that half of the players selected here will not be on the final list for the World Cup.
This is an opportunity for others to show themselves.
I really want to see (Ousmane) Dembélé.
But hey... I'm not too confident for the World Cup anyway.
The last outings are average (Editor's note: 4 games without a win).
We don't know if Kanté will be there, Pogba either.
Griezmann has played less, there are doubts about him too.
The gates to the stadium opened at 6:45 p.m. in a good-natured, calm atmosphere and without excessive crowds. In all four corners, selfies, smiles, and a common desire for Les Bleus fans: to find the taste of victory which has been fleeing the selection since March 29 (5-0 against South Africa).
Mathieu, 28, is not expecting his “not much” from the next two games, against Austria and Denmark on Sunday.
On the other hand, he thinks that “the excitement of the World Cup will rise little by little” and regrets for his part that we “talk more about the scandals linked to Qatar than to football for the moment.
A handful of demonstrators wanted to protest on this subject, this Thursday, a few minutes before kick-off.
An action, in a reduced committee, which lasted only a few minutes in the journey connecting the RER to the stadium.