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Global solidarity with Zidane for insulting him from the French Federation

Le Graet, President of the French Football Federation, raised a state of controversy during the past hours, after he made insulting statements against Zinedine Zidane, the legend of Real Madrid and French football, regarding the issue of his training for the roosters.

Zinedine Zidane rejected several offers from big clubs over the past year, with the aim of training the France national team after the 2022 World Cup, but the surprise came with the renewal of the current coach Didier Deschamps’ contract until 2026, which shocked the former Real Madrid coach.

But things did not stop at this point. Yesterday, Le Jaret made very strange statements, during which he mocked Zinedine Zidane and his association with coaching the Brazilian national team, where he said, “Zidane is the coach of Brazil? I don’t care, let him go wherever he wants. Le Jet added, “Did Zidane try to contact me? Of course not, I wouldn’t even pick up the phone. Do I tell him to look for another club? Make a program for him to find

Where the president of the French Federation was subjected to a barrage of criticism during the past hours, whether from the French fans or the media around the world, so that some stars went out to defend Zinedine Zidane, led by Kylian Mbappe, who posted on his official account on Twitter, “Zidane is France, not You can disrespect a legend like him.”

Nor was Mbappe the only one who supported Zidane and criticized Le Grete, as former Bayern Munich star Franck Ribery came out to defend his compatriot with a sarcastic tweet, “I love you. On the other hand, we will have to think about consulting quickly … Zizou.” He added an emoji at the end asking if you would run for silence.

Gabriel Cisse, the former French star, also published a picture of him resentful in one of the matches, and commented sarcastically, “When I heard Le Graet’s statements

Yuri Djorkaeff, another legend of France, also came out to criticize the statements of the president of the federation, as he said in his tweet, “Bad statements, in a bad situation. We are talking about the world champion, we are talking about the world champion.

The Minister of Sports in France, Mrs. Amelie Castera, also asked Le Graet to apologize to Zidane for what he said, as she said in her official account on Twitter, “Unreasonable statements again and this time represented a shameful disrespect, which offends us all, to the legend of football and sports.”

“The president of France’s most important sports federation shouldn’t say that,” she added. I apologize for these many words about Zidane, please.”

It is also mentioned that Le Greet stated 3 years ago that he put Zinedine Zidane as the first choice to coach the French national team in the event that Didier Deschamps’ contract was terminated, which makes his recent statements more strange.

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