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EXCLUDED EUROPE 1 – Incidents at the Stade de France: “It’s very regrettable”, laments Deschamps

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The Champions League final at the Stade de France was marred by numerous incidents before the match, which delayed kick-off by almost thirty minutes. At the microphone of Jacques Vendroux, on Europe 1, coach Didier Deschamps reacts to these scenes, which according to him give a bad image of football.

Forty-eight hours after the scenes of chaos that punctuated the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool at the Stade de France, Didier Deschamps reacted exclusively to Jacques Vendroux’s microphone on Europe 1. not all the elements, I do not want to say, it is the fault of one or the other. The only thing I can say, from my position as a coach and a football lover, is that these are things that are very regrettable”, confides the coach, who is worried about the image sent back by France internationally: “Due to the importance of this event, it gives an image throughout the world which is far from positive. These are things you don’t want to see because football is stigmatized,” he explains.

Images that “never please”

On Saturday evening, the Champions League final was delayed by around 30 minutes. These new scenes are a continuation of a series of events that have marked the Ligue 1 season. “It can happen in other sports venues too, for different reasons, but it never makes me happy when I see such images”, adds Didier Deschamps.

Since then, the case has taken a political turn. After the match, Gérald Darmanin and the Minister of Sports, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, charged the English supporters, guilty according to having come in large numbers with fake or without tickets. A version invalidated by the United Kingdom. The UK Prime Minister’s Office said on Monday it was “extremely disappointed” with the way England fans were treated by law enforcement.

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