France fires coach 4 months before Women’s World Cup Conflict with the player

The French women’s soccer team resigned its head coach four months before the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

According to Reuters on the night of the 스포츠토토 9th (Korean time), the French Football Association announced that it had sacked women’s national team coach Corinne Diacre. The French Football Association said: “We have confirmed the disagreement between D’Acre and her players, and the rift between them has reached an irreversible point.” In addition, he added, “I had to sack coach Deakr because I had to achieve my goals in the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and the 2024 Paris Olympics.”

Coach Diarkre led France to 10 wins in Group I of the Women’s World Cup European qualifiers in Australia and New Zealand, but failed in team management. Wendy Renard (Olympique Lyonnais), considered a world-class defender, declared that she would not return to the national team unless the head coach stepped down. Strikers Marie Antoinette Catoto and Cadiato Diani also joined the boycott. Director Diark has been in conflict with Renard since 2017, and in 2017 Renard’s captaincy was stripped and returned in 2021.

“The violent and deceitful slander continues,” Diakre said earlier. I will do my duty and lead France to success in the World Cup.”

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