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United - Evra reckons the French are Okay!

Now over in the French camp, as they prepare to face Mexico this evening; Patrice Evra has moved to quell fears that the camp is in disarray.

Evra, captaining the side in 2010, has remarked,

I make sure that the group is in good spirits. I assure you that we are a closely knit team."

All very admirable but talk is cheap Patrice, let`s see the French do something positive on the pitch rather than bore us to tears like they did in the first game they played.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 17 2010

Time: 11:51AM

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Evra, though in my opinion the best LB in the world doesnt have the leadership qualities needed to lead his country in the way previous France players have. I think France need direction from a demanding figure who links the team together and gives them direction. Also a manager who is as stubborn as to play the same unaffective formation thoughout the game wouldn't go a miss. Seriously Gignac on the right when you've got Ribery to fill that role, I would've let him go up front and support Henry and played a 4-1-2-1-2 formation.
TheFamousNo7
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17/06/2010 17:05:00

France should stop playing for individuals and play for the team, the talent on the field is too good for them to play the way they did!
elvido
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17/06/2010 17:30:00

well i would say he was way off good to see chicarito score the winning goal
ibrahiy
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18/06/2010 00:56:00

 

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