Europe 1 with AFP 6:23 p.m., January 30, 2023
According to sources close to the French Football Federation (FFF), the provisional report of the audit mission was sent Monday to the leaders of the body, including President Noël Le Graët and Director General Florence Hardouin.
They now have ten days to respond to the charges.
The provisional report of the audit mission on the French Football Federation (FFF) was sent on Monday to the leaders of the body, including President Noël Le Graët and Director General Florence Hardouin, we learned from sources. close to the authorities.
The audit mission of the General Inspectorate for Education, Sport and Research (IGESR), commissioned by the Ministry of Sports in the fall to clarify the dysfunctions within the FFF, is entering a new phase. : the leaders of the FFF now have ten days to take note of the accusations made against them and respond to them.
Report content not filtered
Main recipients of this pre-report, the content of which has not been filtered, Noël Le Graët, withdrawn from his duties, and Florence Hardouin, laid off, are undoubtedly playing their future over the next few days, before the publication of the document. final and contradictory, expected in mid-February.
The first had to temporarily give up his duties on January 11 pending this publication, the second was laid off the same day by the executive committee of "3F".
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After three and a half months of investigation, the auditors of the IGESR also transmitted a version of this preliminary report to the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra and to Philippe Diallo, vice-president of the FFF who took the interim orders after the withdrawal of Le Graët.
So far, the executive committee he leads has chosen to wait for the publication of the final audit report before taking a position on the fate of President Le Graët.
A very delicate period for Le Graët
Severely shaken for five months by journalistic investigations, testimonies from women accusing him of sexist and inappropriate behavior, or by his own sweeping statements about Zinédine Zidane, the Breton leader is going through the most delicate period of his mandate. started in 2011. Even within his "Comex", "NLG" (81 years old) appears isolated: several of his relatives no longer imagine him taking control of the body in the coming weeks, especially since the opening mid -January of an investigation concerning him for moral and sexual harassment.
For her part, Florence Hardouin, with contested managerial methods, was hospitalized for a heart attack shortly after her layoff and is awaiting an interview prior to dismissal at the end of February.
She has not spoken since her layoff, unlike Le Graët, who denied the facts of harassment and castigated a "manifestly chargeable administrative investigation", in a press release from his lawyers.