“Long live the Republic, long live France.
This is the mantra of Mohamed Sanhadji, the liaison and security officer of the Blues for almost two decades.
A man in the shadows, appreciated by all for his flawless professionalism, his great rigor and his way of life, he makes selection rhyme with protection and discretion.
This soldier's son from a family of twelve brothers and sisters, former CRS before serving in Bosnia and Kosovo where, seriously injured, he had been forced to be repatriated by air ambulance, is nicknamed Momo the Republic by the Blues of yesterday and today.
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