French team: Didier Deschamps’ new contract has been confirmed by the Executive Committee

French team: Didier Deschamps’ new contract has been confirmed by the Executive Committee

During the Extraordinary Executive Committee that led to the resignation of Noël Le Graët at the head of the French Football Federation this Wednesday, Didier Deschamps’ extension as coach of the French team until 2026 was “unanimously” approved.

She was one of the elements that created this extraordinary Executive Committee. The extension of Didier Deschamps at the helm of the French team until 2026 was recorded by the members of the Comex, in parallel with the resignation of the President of the FFF Noël Le Graët and the dismissal of the Conservatory by general manager Florence Hardouin.

“The Comex of the FFF, informed of the terms of Didier Deschamps’ contract extension at the head of the French team until 2026, has unanimously confirmed them,” the FFF announced in a press release on its website.

Not all Comex members liked this expansion. Because the latter had not been informed of his signature, nor of its duration, which was considered excessive for some who would have preferred two years earlier, while a meeting was held the day before its formalization, which took place last Saturday. Noël Le Graët alone would have made the decision to extend Didier Deschamps for another four years. He would have apologized to this extraordinary board.

Didier Deschamps, who has remained silent against Zinédine Zidane since the beginning of the affair and in particular Noël Le Graët’s disrespectful outing, could have his say in the coming hours. And especially, according to Le Parisien, on the occasion of the launch of the “Yellow Pieces” campaign this Wednesday in Nice.

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