Guest from Europe Matin, Didier Deschamps returned to his charitable commitment, in particular his participation in a charity clip for disaster victims in the Alpes-Maritimes.

Last October, a Mediterranean episode, following storm Alex, ravaged the Roya and Vésubie valleys. 

He is mobilizing for his department.

More than two months after the Mediterranean episode following the storm Alex which ravaged the Roya and Vésubie valley in the Alpes-Maritimes, Didier Deschamps is participating in a solidarity initiative for these territories devastated by the waves .

Guest of Europe Morning Monday, the coach of the Blues reveals some details.

"It's a clip that will be available from 11 am [Monday December 21 at 11 am, editor's note] on digital download platforms for 1.29 euros."

The song, entitled

Nos vallées

will be unveiled by the president of the Alpes-Maritimes departmental council, Charles-Ange Ginesy.

Deschamps pushes the song for a good cause ... 

Didier Deschamps even pushes the song for a good cause, but he slips into a laugh that he is not the only one, and "fortunately".

"It was not easy to create a song that evokes such a sad event, but I think the melody and the lyrics are adapted" says the ex-international.

"It is a very nice tribute to the victims of the region, bruised and marked by this event."

Obviously, "all the benefits will go to the victims of the two valleys", specifies Didier Deschamps.

"The storm has taken its toll, there is a lot to rebuild and the more resources there are, the faster these people can return to normal life."

... and continues as a sponsor for the Yellow Pieces

And this is not the only cause for which the coach is mobilizing.

For the third time, he will also be the sponsor of the Yellow Pieces operation which begins in mid-January.

"There is always a need for solidarity and the support of the greatest number of people, even if (sic) I realize that it is difficult for everyone today", with the health crisis.

"I am very proud to be able to continue to be the sponsor this year again."