There has been news that Zidane is likely to come out again and replace Didier Deschamps as the French national team
new head coach.
However, the French Football Association announced that it had renewed its contract with Didier Deschamps.
The famous French football star Petit said in a guest on the “Rothen s’enflamme” program of “RMC” that Didier Deschamps and Zidane during the coaching period reminded him of the confrontation between Ronaldo and Messi.
Dane dared to face risks, and now he should choose to coach a club.
Pettit said: “The outside world always compares Deschamps and Zidane, which makes me feel a little distressed. This is a bit like the competition between Messi and Ronaldo. Every time they put the two on opposite sides. I
I feel that Deschamps is definitely not willing to live in the shadow of Zidane, if Deschamps can lead the team to win another World Cup or European Cup… what he has achieved before leading the team is already very remarkable.”
“In player days, we don’t compare these two guys. Didier Deschamps has been in charge for a long time and won titles wherever he went. He took big risks before. You guys remember him
In Monaco, he took the team to the final of the UEFA Champions League. Then he went to Juventus, also led the team to win the championship. Finally he came to the French national team. No matter where he goes, he can build a golden team
The team. What he has achieved in his coaching career is enough to prove himself.”
“What Zidane has achieved as a coach is also amazing, but only in three years and at the same club. After Deschamps renewed his contract with France, I would like to see Zidane go to another coach.
A club. I hope he can take risks and prove himself again. I have never questioned the success Zidane has achieved, and the results that Deschamps has achieved, Zidane can achieve in the next few years. You have
The right to say you don’t like Didier Deschamps’ style of coaching or some of the choices he made, but you can’t take away what he has achieved and what he has achieved.”