Le Graët explains for Zidane

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A few hours after resigning from the presidency of the FFF, Noël Le Graët emptied his bag on Tuesday.

No regrets, no grudges, these are essentially the conclusions of Noël Le Graët on the evening of his resignation from the presidency of the French Football Federation (FFF). Between the lines in his interview with L’Equipe, the person concerned retains some bitterness and grievances, in particular against the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra whom he plans to sue for defamation.

As for remorse, the 81-year-old Breton leader has a few too. If only at the mention of the interview which on the airwaves of RMC precipitated his fall. This January 8 with Marion Bartoli, Noël Le Graët will have the misfortune to make fun of the fate of Zinedine Zidane, yet a contender for the management of the Blues like a Didier Deschamps freshly extended for four years.

“I should never have said that”

My statements were very clumsy. I had just returned from Paris and it was the third journalist who asked me the question about Zidanehe breathes on Tuesday. I had been kind to the first two and to the third, I don’t even know who it was (Marion Bartoli, editor’s note), I was on the phone, I snapped. It’s smart, I would slap myself… I should never have said that. But I immediately apologized. »

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