Deacon presents its list of Blue, limited uncertainty for women's Euro football

The tricolor group is still very suspenseful.

Deacon presents its list of Blue, limited uncertainty for women's Euro football

The tricolor group is still very suspenseful. Deacon has shaped it by hand over several months, injecting young shoots into the shape of Deacon, who is the scorer N.1.

It will not be a surprise. The technician was also recognized in mid-April following the match against Slovenia at Le Mans. This marked the end of a season that saw eleven victories in the same matches. Also, it was enriched with a qualification for Mondial-2023 and a title in the Tournoi de France.

Although speculation had rekindled in February about Kheira Hamraoui's future, his international prospects have been limited. "It's quite complicated today at PSG, and that, as she just stated, she no longer plays," Deacon responded, leaving his decision to the day of the announcement. List.

The 32-year old defensive midfielder has just come out of a terrible season. She was violently attacked by two strangers at the start of November, facts that are still unclear. She then had a falling out with several locker room executives, Diani and Katoto who suspect her in leading the investigators to their entourage. Since an altercation at training at the beginning of April, she hasn't played for Paris.

Les Bleues won't have the services of the former Barcelonan. This gives hope to younger people like Ella Pallis, who wants to travel to England. Amandine Henry is in the same situation, and even though the Lyonnaise makes every effort to keep it alive, the flames of hope are almost out of reach.

After the Champions League final win against Barca on May 21, she promised a return to Les Bleues. She said that "as long I play football, I will believe it", and added that she was confident about her future. However, it seems impossible for Deacon to cohabit with her ex-captain, who she publicly criticized in fall 2020.

Eugenie Le Sommer is Eugenie's club partner and top scorer in Les Bleues history (86 goals), but not often a starter at OL. He could also be docked.

Pauline Peyraud Magnin has been injured and is now without Solene Durand, her goalkeeper. The coach has four weeks in which to make adjustments. The list of 23 must be submitted no later than June 26, at 11:59 p.m. In the event of Covid-19 positive tests, it will be possible to substitute an injured player within 24 hours.

Les Bleues will gather on June 9 to take part in a cohesion class, five days before they head to Clairefontaine to begin physical preparation. They will face Cameroon in Beauvais, and Vietnam in Orleans in two friendly matches before they travel to England to compete for the first French women's football title.