The president of the French Football Association, who was hit by public opinion for remarks that seemed to disrespect French football legend Zinedine Zidane, finally bowed his head.
President Noël Le Grae, who recently decided to reappoint Didier Deschamps as head coach of the French national team, caused controversy by disrespecting Zidane.
Le Grae said: “Zidane as a Brazilian manager? I don’t know. It would be surprising. Zidane can do what he wants, and that’s none of my business.” I didn’t think,” he said. 토토사이트
“Contrary to media reports, Zidane didn’t even contact me, and I wouldn’t have answered his phone either,” he said. I said it and bought the public outrage.
In response, Kylian Mbappe, who is currently playing for the French national team and led the runner-up at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, lamented on social media, “Zidane is France itself. We must not ignore the legend.”
Real Madrid, where Zidane played as a player, also regretted President Le Grae’s remarks about Zidane, one of the greatest legends of world sport football. Our club expects an immediate apology.”
As the wave grew, Le Grae finally bowed his head.
Le Grae held an official press conference on the 9th (Korean time) and said, “I caused misunderstandings with somewhat awkward remarks. I want to apologize for the remarks that did not properly reflect my thoughts.” My thoughts about it were not reflected at all.”