Apparently it's something about the red card.. but isn't a reason, it's ove when you are a man you shake the hand, it's a minimum of respect.Why did Domenech not shake hands with Parreira ?
That is very bad manners. Does he have a dispute with him as well ?
I really hope too, about the problem between the players we don't know the truth yet, but Evra speak very soon apparently.adieu les bleus...
i hope there will be a cut and a new start with blanc.
btw: what's the problem between players like anelka, ribery etc. and gourcuff?? i have read that he was disrespected or let's say bullied ?!?!
The real reason it's because Perraira says it's a shame to see France in the World Cup few month ago.Thanks for the clarification Thomas and AllezInter.
That's no reason no to shake his hand. It was a refereeing error to send Yoann off. Guess Raymond has even fewer friends in football than before.
Anyway time to put the whole sorry episode to bed and start anew after the Ministry Of Sport conclude it's inquiry.
Would not have hurt still to shake his hand mon ami ? Makes him look graceless even if he has a genuine cause for complaint.The real reason it's because Perraira says it's a shame to see France in the World Cup few month ago.
december 6 :
I doubt he will get any club to offer him a management role now either.I agree, all French don't like and don't understand the Domenech reaction.
"It's not the time now for the settling of scores, it's the time now for apologising and for feeling all the suffering that the millions of French are feeling," the Manchester United defender told French channel TF1.
"This apology goes directly to them. I wanted to do it yesterday but I was forbidden by my coach.
"I'm not going to go into details, I'll give a press conference during the week.
"I really respect the suffering the French are feeling at this failure.
"They need to know the truth, they need to know exactly what happened that this disaster came about.
"People will know how we came to this point. But I didn't come here to say that now, I came to say sorry.
"I'll repeat again that I wanted to say it yesterday but I was forbidden."
Evra, who insists he and his team-mates had every reason to go on strike on Sunday, also revealed he is baffled as to why he was dropped against Bafana Bafana.
He said: "Tonight there was no valid reason at all for why I wasn't on the pitch. I'm not a liar, I will tell the truth.
"People don't yet know the whole history (of Anelka) but you will.
"But you have to respect people and so there's a huge apology even if that doesn't change anything. I feel really bad, the French people even more so than me and you have to respect that today.
"I will detail everything, what I experienced, every minute. Believe me I won't hide anything, I will tell the truth.
"But believe me what I have to say, tonight is not the time.
"The French need to know and they will know, during the week, as soon as possible."