Deschamps, the violent attack on Macron

Deschamps, the violent attack on Macron
Deschamps, the violent attack on Macron

Emmanuel Macron would have a lot to learn from Didier Deschamps, according to Pascal Praud. Particularly his humility…

The French team has a meeting this Monday at 6pm to play their eighth-final of the Euro against Belgium. A summit meeting that has been pushed into the background given the political news. As expected, the first round of the legislative elections harshly punished Emmanuel Macron and his government and placed the far-right in a strong position before the second round.

The dissolution of the National Assembly following the announcement of the results of the European elections did not cause the shock expected by the President of the Republic and some do not fail to point out this sin of pride. This is particularly the case of Pascal Praud, who used… Didier Deschamps to strongly criticize the head of state. Didier Deschamps and his humility.

“Humility is a state of mind”

“Humility is a state of mind. Humility and lucidity coexist. Humility and pride do not go together. At the Elysée, Deschamps would not have dissolved the National Assembly. He is not God. He knows it,” he wrote in the columns of JDDeven imagining a presidential destiny for the double world champion, as coach and captain of the France team.

“I wonder if the great champions would not be the most gifted to govern a country, precisely because more than others, they know their limits. They also know how to lose without throwing everything away. Competition does not lie. It punishes the sin of pride, continues the former manager of FC Nantes, adding about the former midfielder: “He organised the game and distributed the roles. I knew him at Nantes, Marseille, Bordeaux, Monaco, Juventus, Chelsea, Valencia, each time with the captain’s armband. All the coaches he knew understood that he was a conductor for the best and never for the worst.”

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