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United - Paying The Price?

After being the one to hand over than infamous letter telling the French Football Federation that his squad were refusing to train in the wake of the expulsion of Nicolas Anelka from the French camp, Patrice Evra has been on the receiving end of some sanction.

Although we should point out that it`s not just Evra alone who has victimized, the whole French squad have felt the wrath f the new manager as France prepare for their next friendly international.

The ex-United centre back has decreed that all twenty-three will be omitted from his first squad as the new French coach.

Harsh but it made me smile, how about you?

Has Blanc done it of his own accord or at the insistence of his new paymasters?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday July 24 2010
Time: 11:23AM

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France will be the onces to suffer for it.
TheFamousNo7
24/07/2010 11:38:00
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No I think france now will be a serious force now that they have a good manager in blanc....the other idiot was a complete tool who should have never been in charge of any team or even close enough to be any where near the pitch or the team
ibrahiy
24/07/2010 12:16:00
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be interesting which of the twenty-three will be brought back for the match after though!
Red Boy
24/07/2010 18:58:00
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I meant for the omission of Frances world cup squad. They will have lost, if they go through with it that is, players like Lloris, Evra, Sagna, Abidal, Gallas, Mexes, Ribery, Malouda, Toulalan, Gourcuff, Henry, Anelka, etc. You will see, in my opinion, a crippled France squad during these friendlies.
TheFamousNo7
24/07/2010 19:22:00
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Domenech makes Glen Hoddle (and Eileen Drewery) look like a sane and rational man. Don't forget, a lot of the French players are under investigation (Ribery, Ben Arfa and Benzema) for doing the do with an under age prostitute, so might not see any of them turning out for les Blues for a while (3 years to be precise LOL)
fifthcolumnblue
25/07/2010 10:37:00
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