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 Posted by Ian Holyman
3 days ago

Didier Deschamps understands Franck Ribery retirement decision

Franck Ribery has insisted he will not make a U-turn on his decision to retire from international football and says he has the blessing of France coach Didier Deschamps.

Didier Deschamps says he understands Franck Ribery's decision to announce his retirement from international football, but suggested he could still recall the Bayern Munich midfielder.

In an interview with German media last month, Ribery, 31, said he would no longer represent his country as he wanted to spend more time with his family, and that he was tired of having to restore his tarnished image in his native country.

French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet and UEFA president Michel...

 Posted by Ian Holyman
6 days ago

Zinedine Zidane backs Madrid star Karim Benzema to end drought

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe analyses Real Madrid's second consecutive loss in La Liga.

Zinedine Zidane has defended Karim Benzema, with the Real Madrid striker coming in for criticism for his lack of goals this season.

- James seeking Real response against Basel
- Train: Basel can add to Real misery

France international Benzema has found the net just once in eight competitive outings for club and country this season, leading to questions over whether he deserves a place in the Madrid side along with Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, Zidane -- who now coaches Real Madrid's...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 11, 2014

Ribery: Deschamps accepted my decision

Franck Ribery has insisted he will not make a U-turn on his decision to retire from international football and says he has the blessing of France coach Didier Deschamps.

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 Posted by Stephan Uersfeld
Sep 11, 2014

Franck Ribery: Didier Deschamps has accepted my retirement decision

Franck Ribery has insisted he will not make a U-turn on his decision to retire from international football and says he has the blessing of France coach Didier Deschamps.

Franck Ribery has insisted he will not make a U-turn on his decision to retire from international football and says he has the blessing of France coach Didier Deschamps.

- Laurens: Five lessons learned about France
Bayern chairman defends club's transfer policy

Ribery, 31, called it a day with Les Bleus this summer -- only two years before Euro 2016 in France -- in order to focus on his club career.

The Bayern Munich winger's decision surprised UEFA president Michel Platini, who warned...

 Posted by Julien Laurens
Sep 9, 2014

Five lessons learned about Les Bleus during the international break

France head coach Didier Deschamps believe France is back to being competitive on the international level.

Thanks to the always kindhearted nature of Michel Platini and UEFA, the French national team has been placed in a rather amusing position. France is unofficially part of a Euro 2016 qualifying group (Group I) but has already qualified as host of the competition. As a result, they'll play friendlies against nations in the only five-team qualifying group -- Portugal, Denmark, Serbia, Armenia and Albania -- during international weeks.

Despite it being a confusing state of affairs, Didier Deschamps'...