The dismissal of Corinne Deacon, victim of a coup launched by Captain Wendie Renard, stunned Florence Hardouin, the former Director General of the FFF, herself laid off in early January.
Florence Hardouin is rebuilding. Victim of a heart attack, on January 11, after learning of her layoff pronounced by the Executive Committee of the French Football Federation, the former director general of the FFF nevertheless continues to be interested in the football news. The former fencer notably followed the dismissal of Corinne Deacon from her position as coach of the Blues. Consequence of the putsch triggered by Wendie Renard.
Long questioned in the columns of The teamthe former leader confided her amazement. “I admit I was shocked by the way she was treated and fired”she confided, specifying immediately: “I say the way, I’m not talking about the substance. “That the starting point for the dismissal of a coach comes from the complaints of players, it is not acceptable, she continued. It is the door open to everything. It’s too easy. »
Florence Hardouin did not fail to call the now ex-tricolor coach. And the former leader was all the more sympathetic to the fate of the former central defender as she suffered a similar fate. “Yes, I had it. I can understand the violence and brutality of what happened to him. I kind of went through the same thing.” she pointed out