Diallo called Mbappé and Griezmann before the FFF press release on the legislative elections

Diallo called Mbappé and Griezmann before the FFF press release on the legislative elections
Diallo called Mbappé and Griezmann before the FFF press release on the legislative elections

After Marcus Thuram’s position on the legislative elections, the president of the FFF, Philippe Diallo, wanted to speak with Kylian Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann, captain and vice-captain of the France team in order to clarify the position of the federal body on this sensitive subject.

When politics enters the preparation of the Blues for Euro 2024. The French Football Federation published a press release on Saturday regarding the legislative elections. While several players from the French team called on their fellow citizens to vote, Marcus Thuram encouraged voters to block the National Rally. In its press release, the FFF recalled that “each (of the players) was able to express themselves freely, according to their own convictions and their own sensitivity.” The Federation, which is also calling for a vote, has also indicated its duty of neutrality. The body asks that “its neutrality as an institution be understood and respected by all, as well as that of the national selection for which it is responsible”.

Mbappé at a press conference this Sunday?

Ahead of this publication, the president of the FFF, Philippe Diallo, called Kylian Mbappé, the captain of the Blues, and Antoine Griezmann, the vice-captain, to explain the Federation’s approach to them and avoid any misunderstanding with the players. What will be the position of the new Real Madrid player? Kylian Mbappé should appear before the media at 5:30 p.m. during the traditional match eve press conference, before France-Austria, the Blues’ first meeting at Euro 2024, Monday in Düsseldorf (9 p.m.).

After Ousmane Dembélé encouraged fans to vote, Marcus Thuram went further by asking voters to block the RN: “We must tell everyone to go and vote, to fight every day so that the RN don’t pass,” the Inter Milan striker said at a press conference on Saturday.

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