“When you are paid by the fed, there is a minimum to do”


Jérôme Rothen again held a very offensive speech against the French coach, Didier Deschamps.

It is now a certainty, Jérome Rothen is not a very big fan of Didier Deschamps. The former Parisian never misses the opportunity to criticize the national coach and he did it again this Wednesday during the show Rothen ignites. And to think that he was his player during their joint visit to AS Monaco in the early 2000s.

Rothen finds Deschamps’ attitude “disgusting”

Rothen agreed with Emmanuel Petit, who said that DD does not show enough consideration for the French championship. “It’s the reality, he despises Ligue 1,” he said. This can be seen through his choices and his speeches. Even with the players. They encourage them to go abroad. I want to see French players who dominate in their club and represent the Blues. »

20 of the 26 Tricolores who took part in the World Cup play outside of France. For Rothen, this is an anomaly and Deschamps should quickly remedy it in order to justify his gracious salary. “He wants certainty when they are going to put themselves in danger abroad. And that’s not normal. While the only thing to do is watch the matches between rallies. I hope they (Deschamps and his staff) do. And you also have to come and meet the staff. When you are paid by the federation, there is a minimum of integration to be done to put French football forward ”.

To conclude, Rothen said two Ligue 1 strikers are victims of real injustice in the treatment reserved for them by the boss of the Blues. “Kolo Muani, you have no certainty about Terrier. Terrier played the L1. And you tell me that Kolo and Thuram are ahead of Terrier? I do not agree. And it’s easier to dismiss Ben Yedder when he plays in L1 than when he was in Sevilla. I find it disgusting”.