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Amélie Oudéa-Castera asks Noël Le Graët for an “apology” after his comments on Zidane


It is the turn of the Minister of Sports to react to the “shameful” remarks of Noël Le Gräet on Zinedine Zidane.

Definitely, Noël Le Graët launched a small bomb on the airwaves of



The president of the French Football Federation violently attacked Zinedine Zidane, whom he never considered a possible successor to Didier Deschamps.

The latter having since been extended until 2026.

If Zidane tried to reach me?

Certainly not.

I would not even have taken it on the phone,

explains Noël Le Graët on the airwaves of


, before continuing his show.

Zidane in Brazil?

I don't know, that would surprise me.

He does what he wants, that's none of my business.

I never met him, we never considered parting with Didier.

It doesn't match anything.

Zidane in Brazil?

I don't care, he can go where he wants!


Read alsoFrench team: Didier Deschamps extended, what future for Zinedine Zidane?

Words that immediately ignited the web to the point of reacting … Kylian Mbappé.

The Blues striker was quick to spread his opinion, as often against the current of his president.

The 2018 world champion comes to the defense of his 1998 predecessor.


Zidane is France, we don't disrespect the legend like that...

" explains Kylian Mbappé on social networks.

It is now the Minister of Sports' turn to speak on this subject, again via Twitter.

Statements again above ground with the added bonus this time of a shameful lack of respect, which hurts us all, to a legend of football and sport: a president of the first sports federation in France should not say that,

exclaims Amélie Oudéa-Castera, before adding

 : Apologies for this word too much on Zinédine Zidane please.


Source: lefigaro

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