Dugarry: “France, it’s Deschamps’ failure: disastrous game”

The criticism of the French national team by pundits, the press and insiders does not subside: even though they only went out in the semi-final against an exhilarating Spain, Deschamps’ team is not forgiven for their submissive attitude in recent weeks, in which they showed a game that was not up to the situation, annihilated not for nothing by the Red Furies.

Speaking to RMC Sports, former World and European Champion Christope Dugarry he took aim at the coach himself: “You ask me if this failure is Deschamps’? Obviously yes. We have a disastrous offensive game and a defense that exploded like popcorn against the only team in this European Championship that attacks more than three times per half (Spain).”

The former Milan he then doubles down by listing some numbers that are certainly not exciting, with a not too veiled irony: “The results of this European Championship are two victories in six games, four goals scored including a penalty, three goals conceded, an indigestible and terribly boring game. And then the players, at least a good half, were not at their physical and technical level. It was him who selected them and trained them. It was him who made them play the magnificent football we witnessed for three weeks. He is more than responsible”.