Euro 2024: Dugarry and Deschamps finally reconciled?

Euro 2024: Dugarry and Deschamps finally reconciled?

Christophe Dugarry was particularly lenient with Didier Deschamps after the draw between the Netherlands and the France team (0-0). Enough to reconcile the two men?

It’s no longer a secret: Didier Deschamps and Christophe Dugarry may have been world and European champions together, with the Blues in 1998 and 2000, they are not on the same wavelength. The two men have not liked each other for several years, the current coach of the France team not having appreciated that “Duga” accused him of “taking France hostage” by not selecting Karim Benzema for the 2018 World Cup.

Were the ex-teammates able to iron out their differences on Friday evening in Leipzig, on the sidelines of the draw conceded by the Tricolores against the Netherlands (0-0), a meeting broadcast on M6 and commented on by Xavier Domergue and Christophe Dugarry? Still, several viewers noted a radical change in the analyzes of the former Bordeaux striker, much less critical of “DD” than when he was a consultant for RMC Sport.

Dugarry “quite agree” with Deschamps’ analysis

“Dugarry is much less virulent about the quality of play of the French team on M6 than on RMC”notes an Internet user on X (formerly Twitter). “No, but Dugarry, we still have to talk about it. On RMC: ‘Deschamps’ France sucks, we’re pissing ourselves off’. And on M6: “ah it’s interesting, nice combination, the Netherlands don’t offer anything but France is not bad”. The guy is 7 in his head »we can also read, among other comments of the same type.


during this Netherlands – France
claiming to be “quite agree with the coach’s analysis” on the lack of efficiency of the Blues, Christophe Dugarry still slipped him a few tackles afterwards, in the show 100%
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. “I am convinced that in the development of the game, the French team must do better, must improve,
he said. I don’t feel the French are very strong, capable of putting in a lot of intensity, apart from a few players. »

“I didn’t feel this captivating, impactful teamhe continued. This is the second match where the French have failed to score, while creating chances. There are things to improve, this team must improve in efficiency. Against a weaker team, you can’t not be able to score them goals. Because when you play Spain, things will get complicated…”
Didier Deschamps will appreciate it. Or not.



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