Former player of the France team when Raymond Domenech was the coach, Jérôme Rothen obviously did not digest his time at the head of the Blues.
The time is not for forgiveness for Jérôme Rothen. While a majority of French people now have a good image of Raymond Domenech, believing that he deserves a new chance or that the FC Nantes made the right choice by making him his trainer, the former French international, reconverted by consulting for several years, has not forgotten anything and is still showing himself as virulent with his former coach.
Present on the set of After Foot, the finalist of the Champions League 2004 has once again shot red balls on the new Nantes coach, conversely not understanding the speech full of leniency given by Pierre Ménès since one week. “When you’re a coach, you also have duties. A duty of exemplarity in particular. The image you send is very important. From 2004 to 2010, it was the shame of French football. Shame “, he first recalled with particular reference to the Knysna episode.
I didn’t want to see him on a bench anymore
But the 2010 World Cup is not Jérôme Rothen’s only grievance against Raymond Domenech. “In 2004, when he arrived with his big hooves, he put all the past aside because supposedly, Raymond Domenech, he had to revolutionize everything because we were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Euro “, he continued, adding: “For the French footballer selected at that time, we still pay him today because we were the laughing stock in the world and even today, we talk about it abroad. “
And the former Parisian to be even more explicit. “I didn’t want to see him on the sidelines anymore. In addition he had gone to the media, he was a lesson giver at Unecatef. He eats at all the racks. And today he will teach us the lesson because he trains Nantes and he is revolutionary because he took a point against Rennes and a good point in Montpellier ”, he continued, concluding his diatribe as follows: “Don’t forget the past! “
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