the key to a victory for the Blues at the World Cup according to Barthez!

Zapping World Eleven The schedule of the blues for the 2022 World Cup

Fabien Barthez was the guest of the RMC morning this Saturday. Asked in particular about the Blues and the next World Cup, the one who guarded the cages of the French team during the first coronation in 1998 gave what, according to him, will be the key to victory. For the goalkeeper who passed through Marseille, Nantes or Manchester United, “adaptation” will be the key word for this very special World Cup.

“Of course it’s possible (that the Blues win), afterwards, it’s the high level, you have to adapt. The one who will win this World Cup is the one who will adapt the better at this radical change, namely playing for the first time a competition like this in the middle of a season.

Barthez speaks out on the Lahm boycott and the issue of human rights

In addition to the date change, the holding of the Qatari World Cup is also controversial for human rights issues in the country. These are the reasons that prompted legendary Bayern Munich full-back Phillipp Lahm, now retired, to boycott the next World Cup. Asked about the subject, the winner of the 1993 Champions League with OM speaks.

“Philipp Lahm is like me, he’s a football player. And as Aimé Jacquet said, football belongs to footballers. In the middle of December, it’s complicated. But times change. There are economic and political changes, in a spectacle that is football. Once again, you have to adapt.”

to summarize

Fabien Barthez was the guest of the RMC morning this Saturday. Asked in particular about the Blues and the next World Cup, the one who guarded the cages of the French team during the first coronation in 1998 gave what, according to him, will be the key to victory. For the goalkeeper who passed through Marseille, Nantes or Manchester United, “adaptation” will be the key word for this very special World Cup.

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