Blues champions of the world… of business / Mondial 2002 / Fiasco des Bleus / Part 3/5 / SOFOOT.com

Jean de la Fontaine joked about presumption, complacency and arrogance, often punished at the end of fables. It was in the perspective of a 2002 World Cup that had been ‘won in advance’ that France gave in to an unstoppable and unreasonable collective euphoria. To the point that he greatly infects his beloved Blues, further … Read more

The FFF and Le Graët face the Mbappé revolution / International / Équipe de France / SOFOOT.com

The complicated relationship between Kylian Mbappé and the FFF doesn’t seem to calm down. After the issue of partnerships, here is the international striker and president Noël Le Graët torn around that of racism. Above all, this tension seems to be drawing a new balance of power and a new configuration in the hierarchical relations … Read more

The FFF and Le Graët face the Mbappé revolution / International / Équipe de France / SOFOOT.com

The complicated relationship between Kylian Mbappé and the FFF doesn’t seem to calm down. After the issue of partnerships, here is the international striker and president Noël Le Graët torn around that of racism. Above all, this tension seems to be drawing a new balance of power and a new configuration in the hierarchical relations … Read more

Pogmentary, nothing to report / International / French team / SOFOOT.com

Announced with much fanfare, the ambitious has been available on Amazon Prime since June 17. Pure communication exercise halfway between reality TV and cartoon football, this five-episode thirty-minute docu-series about Paul Pogba is nonetheless deeply disappointing, for one very simple reason: It accomplishes the feat of saying absolutely nothing on its subject. A mixture of … Read more

Pogmentary, nothing to report / International / French team / SOFOOT.com

Announced with much fanfare, the ambitious has been available on Amazon Prime since June 17. Pure communication exercise halfway between reality TV and cartoon football, this five-episode thirty-minute docu-series about Paul Pogba is nonetheless deeply disappointing, for one very simple reason: It accomplishes the feat of not saying absolutely nothing about it. A mixture of … Read more

The five blueberries that follow Euro U19 / Euro U19 / France / SOFOOT.com

From June 18 to July 1, the French U19 team wants to draw inspiration from the elders, who have just won the Maurice-Revello tournament. Landry Chauvin’s players have an appointment in Slovakia to play the final stages of the European Championship: meetings are scheduled against the Slovakian host, Romania and Italy … to start. As … Read more

Western in Ligue 2 / France / Ligue 2 / SOFOOT.com

Relations between Dijon and Sochaux have been tense in recent days. Omar Daf, still under contract to the FCSM but who is in conflict with its leaders and in particular Samuel Laurent, the general manager, wanted to join the DFCO. Between the three parts, tantalizing press releases and sentences wet with sour fuse. But not … Read more

The End of Kylian Mbappe’s Olympic Dream? / International / Olympic Games 2024 / SOFOOT.com

Our national Kylian wants to participate more than ever in the football tournament of the Olympic Games in Paris, in addition to Euro 2024, which is scheduled just before. But aren’t the signs of dulling seen during today’s League of Nations pledging its Olympic dreams of a summer 2024 that promises to be damn busy? … Read more

We passed the 2022 baccalaureate philosophy test / Bac / Philo / SOFOOT.com

In solidarity with thousands of high school students called to take the mythical philosophy test, this year we focused on one of the topics proposed for the technology sector. Between “Does freedom consist in obeying no one? “, “Is it right to defend your rights by all means? » in thesis and commentary by the … Read more

“The biggest headliner of the Union Saint-Gilloise is the … / In collaboration with Dour Festival / SOFOOT.com

Don’t act like everyone else, Mathieu Fonsny (39) knows a lot about it. This Liège resident’s first love for football was not called Standard, but Sporting d’Anderlecht. Now from Brussels, the man who co-programmed the line-up of the highly eclectic Dour Festival for ten years was recently won by Union Saint-Gilloise. An incompatible threesome? Not … Read more