The French Football Federation condemns the racist abuse of the national team players after the defeat

“My opinion will not change.” Guardiola: Messi is the best of all time, even without the World Cup Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola said that Lionel Messi deserves the title of best player of all time even without winning the World Cup. .  Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola said today, Wednesday, that Lionel Messi deserves the title of best player of all time, even without winning the World Cup.  Messi led the Argentina national team to victory over France on penalties in the 2022 Qatar World Cup final last Sunday.  The 35-year-old, who enjoyed a trophy-laden spell under Guardiola during his time at Barcelona, ​​also won the Best Player award at the World Cup in Qatar.  "He is without a doubt the best player of all time," Guardiola told reporters before facing Liverpool in the fourth round of the League Cup tomorrow, Thursday.  "I have the best, I don't think any other player can match Messi's doing."  And he added, "People who have seen Pele, Alfredo Di Stefano or Diego Maradona have an emotional view , but on the other hand, if (Messi) does not win the World Cup, my opinion will not change."  Guardiola said that the City 16 players who participated in the World Cup would gradually return to focus on their mission with the club.  He added, "Today six players returned. They had a unique experience. I hope they come back in high spirits, and in four years they can get another experience in Canada, Mexico and the United States."  He explained, "The players who participated in the World Cup are in better condition than the players here. Sergio (Gomez), Erling (Haaland), Riyad (Mahrez) and Cole (Palmer) lost the rhythm a bit compared to the duo Rodri and Manuel Akanji."  And he stressed: “I am not worried about March or April. Every player has now played a different championship with a different coach, we have an important match tomorrow, and then (in the Premier League) against Leeds (United) (The January schedule is a lot of work, so we want to get them back as soon as possible.” The French Football Federation condemns the racist abuse of the national team players after the defeat The French Football Federation condemns racist abuse targeting its players on social media, and prosecutes those involved in it, after the team lost the World Cup final by penalty kicks to Argentina, last Sunday.  The French Football Federation has condemned online racist abuse directed at its players and vowed to take legal action after they were targeted following their World Cup penalty shootout defeat by Argentina last Sunday in Qatar.  According to the BBC, on Monday, France striker Kingsley Coman and midfielder Aurelien Tchoameni were subjected to racist abuse online after they missed two penalties in the World Cup final.  Koeman's shot was saved by Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, while Chuamini shot wide, as Argentina won their third overall World Cup title and first since 1986.  The French Federation said on Twitter: "Following the World Cup final, several players of the French national team were subjected to racist, hateful and unacceptable comments on social media. The French Football Federation condemns this and will prosecute those involved."  Bayern Munich, to which Koeman belongs, published a message of support for the 26-year-old player, condemning the racist comments against him.  He said on Twitter: "The Bayern family stands behind you, king. Racism has no place in sport or in our society."  The incident comes after the racist abuse targeting England players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bucayo Saka, after the defeat in the European Championship 2020 final against Italy last year. All three players missed penalties, only to be attacked on social media after the match.

The French Football Federation condemns racist abuse targeting its players on social media, and prosecutes those involved in it, after the team lost the World Cup final by penalty kicks to Argentina, last Sunday.

The French Football Federation has condemned online racist abuse directed at its players and vowed to take legal action after they were targeted following their World Cup penalty shootout defeat by Argentina last Sunday in Qatar.

According to the BBC, on Monday, France striker Kingsley Coman and midfielder Aurelien Tchoameni were subjected to racist abuse online after they missed two penalties in the World Cup final.

Koeman's shot was saved by Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, while Chuamini shot wide, as Argentina won their third overall World Cup title and first since 1986.

The French Federation said on Twitter: "Following the World Cup final, several players of the French national team were subjected to racist, hateful and unacceptable comments on social media. The French Football Federation condemns this and will prosecute those involved."

Bayern Munich, to which Koeman belongs, published a message of support for the 26-year-old player, condemning the racist comments against him.

He said on Twitter: "The Bayern family stands behind you, king. Racism has no place in sport or in our society."

The incident comes after the racist abuse targeting England players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bucayo Saka, after the defeat in the European Championship 2020 final against Italy last year. All three players missed penalties, only to be attacked on social media after the match.

“My opinion will not change.” Guardiola: Messi is the best of all time, even without the World Cup

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola said that Lionel Messi deserves the title of best player of all time even without winning the World Cup. .

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola said today, Wednesday, that Lionel Messi deserves the title of best player of all time, even without winning the World Cup.

Messi led the Argentina national team to victory over France on penalties in the 2022 Qatar World Cup final last Sunday.

The 35-year-old, who enjoyed a trophy-laden spell under Guardiola during his time at Barcelona, ​​also won the Best Player award at the World Cup in Qatar.

"He is without a doubt the best player of all time," Guardiola told reporters before facing Liverpool in the fourth round of the League Cup tomorrow, Thursday.

"I have the best, I don't think any other player can match Messi's doing."

And he added, "People who have seen Pele, Alfredo Di Stefano or Diego Maradona have an emotional view , but on the other hand, if (Messi) does not win the World Cup, my opinion will not change."

Guardiola said that the City 16 players who participated in the World Cup would gradually return to focus on their mission with the club.

He added, "Today six players returned. They had a unique experience. I hope they come back in high spirits, and in four years they can get another experience in Canada, Mexico and the United States."

He explained, "The players who participated in the World Cup are in better condition than the players here. Sergio (Gomez), Erling (Haaland), Riyad (Mahrez) and Cole (Palmer) lost the rhythm a bit compared to the duo Rodri and Manuel Akanji."

And he stressed: “I am not worried about March or April. Every player has now played a different championship with a different coach, we have an important match tomorrow, and then (in the Premier League) against Leeds (United) (The January schedule is a lot of work, so we want to get them back as soon as possible.”
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