Didier Deschamps reacts to the international retirement of Hugo Lloris


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Barely a few minutes after the announcement of the international retirement of Hugo Lloris, Didier Deschamps reacted to this news by confiding that the now former captain of the Blues had warned him upstream. “Hugo has decided to retire while he is still at the top of his game. He shared his thoughts and decision with me a few days ago. I must, we must respect his decision even if he still had his place in our team, as he demonstrated during the last World Cup, in Doha. A very great servant of the French team bows out and I want to salute his exceptional career. notably praised the coach of the France team.

Didier Deschamps then recalled Hugo Lloris’s record while recalling his exemplary involvement with the Blues: “beyond all the records that his talent and professionalism have allowed him to beat, beyond the essential role he played in our greatest conquests, the 2018 World Cup, the 2019 Nations League, in our most beautiful journeys, the final of Euro 2016 and that of the 2022 World Cup, Hugo is a remarkable person on a human level. He was captain when I became coach in 2012, I kept the armband for him and I never had to regret it, quite the contrary. Hugo has a very high idea of ​​the French team, he has always been oriented towards the collective, he has always put the collective forward, sometimes even to his detriment. It was a pleasure and an honor for me to be his trainer. I wish all coaches to have players like him to manage. Hugo has all my respect and gratitude. I wish him to be happy. A big thank you Hugo for representing your country so well.” Simply the end of an era.

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