Jacques Vendroux (with Martin Lange) 6:58 p.m., March 08, 2023
According to information from Europe 1, Corinne Deacon, the coach of the French women's team will be sacked this Thursday.
The decision will be confirmed after a meeting of the executive committee of the French Football Federation.
The 48-year-old technician is in open conflict with some of her players.
The rag had been burning for several weeks.
According to information from Europe 1, Corinne Deacon, the coach of the French women's team, cold with some of her players, will be dismissed this Thursday after a meeting of the executive committee of the French Federation. of football.
The 12 members of the highest body of French football have decided in favor of the departure of the 48-year-old technician who will therefore not lead the France team during the two friendly matches against Colombia and Canada in early April.
A departure which would take place a little more than a week after the resignation of Noël Le Graët from his post as president of the FFF.
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Regarding Corinne Deacon, the outcome seemed inevitable.
A fortnight ago, three executives of the France team - captain Wendie Renard and the two attackers Kadidiatou Diani and Marie-Antoinette Katoto - announced their intention to put aside the tricolor tunic as long as Corinne Deacon maintained her position as selector.
At the heart of the grievances against the technician: a management deemed brutal and working methods inappropriate with the will of the players.
Gérard Prêcheur or Hervé Renard to replace her?
In the process, the Comex appointed a federal commission, led by Jean-Michel Aulas, the boss of Olympique Lyonnais, responsible for finding a way out of this unprecedented crisis.
Heard this Tuesday by the Rhone leader, Corinne Deacon denounced a smear campaign this Wednesday in a statement sent to AFP.
And said she was determined to carry out her mission at the next World Cup.
But according to information from Europe 1, Corinne Deacon will therefore not go to New Zealand and Australia next summer where the Blue will try to win a first major title.
For its part, the Comex must now start looking for a successor.
The names of Gérard Prêcheur, the current coach of the women's section of PSG or even Hervé Renard, coach of Saudi Arabia, come up regularly.