A filmed training session of the Blues causes controversy… What line-up to face Spain?.. Follow this Sunday with us

“Is there a debate in the media for the next match or not? Is this question being asked here? I don’t think so. They say we have to stop making excuses for him, but no one is making excuses for him, everyone sees that he’s not good. What would we do in DD’s place? Not a starter and we invent a new attack with Barcola and Dembélé? It’s a shock for everyone to see him at this level for a year.”

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“The disappointment is great. I feel like I let the team down, I let my whole country down. I’m trying to take responsibility. I had the feeling I was going to score, but yes, I shot the wrong way and I wasn’t precise enough. The opposing goalkeeper? I didn’t look at him. I don’t know what he did. All I know is that when I approached and put the ball in the penalty spot, it wasn’t in the goal, but I didn’t look at him.”

A completely sterile controversy that was somewhat heightened on the “social networks” on Saturday. RMC filmed a penalty shootout at the end of the Blues’ training session, which provoked the wrath of many supporters who saw it as information given free of charge to the Spanish three days before a semi-final that smells of 0-0, like all the Blues’ matches. Accusations that seem a little vain, it seems to us, to the extent that the training session was open in its entirety to the press and that only the substitutes who almost never play (Konaté, Zaïre-Emery, Mendy…) practiced… However, even Griezmann was surprised by it on X, with a “Well great, thanks for the info”.

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We’re off for another day at the Euro, a day without a match but not without interest since we’re going to start diving into this semi-final that awaits us against Spain on Tuesday. No mean feat if we look at the form since the start of the tournament, because as DD himself says, “yes Spain is certainly the best team in this Euro”. Afterwards, if by some miracle the Blues start scoring goals, we won’t necessarily leave as losers. Yesterday, England and the Netherlands qualified in turn and will meet for a place in the final on Wednesday.

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