Kylian Mbappe appears to call out French Football Federation president for Zinedine Zidane ‘disrespect’

French a Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe has reportedly gone after French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet for “insulting” him. Zinedine Zidane after the manager was asked about the old talisman of Les Bleus after Didier Deschamps’ contract runs until 2026.

Le Graet and Deschamps announced that the French coach will remain in place and after the FIFA World Cup next Saturday named Zidane as a possible replacement for Deschamps in 2022. Qatar The campaign did not go as planned. France, under Deschamps, reached the final and lost Argentina on penalties with Mbappe scoring three goals, so the decision is expected to extend the former captain who won in 1998 and the coach who won in 2018.

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However, when asked what Zidane would do now that Deschamps is in place, Le Graet went in a different direction, showing no interest in a 1998 champion and a 2006 champion who went on to win the championship with the first team. Real Madrid.

“I’d be surprised if he went there,” said Le Graet of Zidane’s Brazil side on RMC Sport. “But he can do as he wants. Nothing worries me. We have not met (Le Graet and Zidane) and we (the FFF) have not thought of parting ways with Didier. I cannot care a little. He can go where he wants — to a big team, national team. Never (asked if Zidane tried to get him on the phone) – I didn’t pick up the phone. “

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Despite the important position of Le Graet in the FFF, the 2022 World Cup high Mbappe is seen in his presidency and rushed to defend one of his images and a very popular national image by calling the amount of respect shown.

“Zidane is France – you can’t ignore a story like that,” he wrote on Twitter.

The extension of Deschamps means that Zidane will not see the job as France manager available before 2024 and the UEFA Euros in Germany that means he will return to club play now. In L’Equipe, Le Graet insisted on the extension without consulting other FFF members.

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The evaluation of the FFF must present its results in mid-February with Le Graet entering the last full year of his mandate that ends in 2024. Due to the number of complaints against the FFF , which is about sex and cover-ups, Le Graet may find it short.

The Minister of Sports Amelie Oudea Castera, who participated in the evaluation of the club, took the “blame” of the “disrespect” of Le Graet and demanded the leadership of the FFF ” sorry” for going too far with his words.


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