France, re-contract with Deschamps in ‘2 consecutive WC finals’… ’14 years together’

 The French national soccer team continues to accompany coach Didier Deschamps (55), who has been with them for 10 years.

The French Football Federation (FFF) said on its official website, “We have extended the contract with coach Deschamps until June 2026. Head coach Gui Stéphane, goalkeeper coach Frank Rabiot, and physical trainer Cyril Muane will continue to work with the French national team.” announced.

Deschamps took over the French national team in July 2012. He led France for 10 years and achieved an amazing record of 89 wins, 28 draws and 22 losses in 139 matches.

He has also achieved many achievements in major competitions. Under the leadership of Deschamps, France won the 2018 World Cup in Russia and the 2021 UEFA Nations League, and also finished runners-up at UEFA Euro 2016. 토토사이트

At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, France also overcame the ‘defending champion’ jinx and took runner-up, reaching the finals for two consecutive tournaments. A series of injuries to Karim Benzema, Luca Hernandez and N’Golo Kante could not stop France. France lost the trophy to Argentina after a penalty shoot-out in the final, but it was a performance worthy of applause.

Eventually, FFF reached out again to coach Deschamps after the contract period expired. Initially, there were many predictions that former Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane would take over the French national team, but Deschamps has been appointed again.

As a result, Deschamps will lead the French national team for 14 years if the contract period is fulfilled. The 2026 World Cup in North and Central America is expected to be the fourth World Cup with him and the French national team.