The Blues do not forget. On November 13, 2015, the night of terror that struck Paris had started at the Stade de France by suicide bombers blowing themselves up during the friendly match between France and Germany.
This Tuesday evening in Clairefontaine, where they are gathered before facing the Netherlands in Rotterdam in the framework of the League of Nations, they respected a minute of silence before the start of the session. In front of the public and the journalists, they wished to commemorate this moment. Antoine Griezmann's sister escaped the worst that night at the Bataclan.
After this moment of meditation, the sport has regained its rights. Without Sidibe, Mandanda and Fekir. They were spared. The Monegasque suffered a blow to the calf, the Marseillais a crutch, both occurred last weekend in the league. They must resume collective training on Wednesday. The Lyonnais, him, warmed up and will work its supports tomorrow Wednesday. He is scheduled to join the troupe on Thursday for the session.
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The presents after a tonic warming were entitled to opposition on quarter field. It was ultra-contested and Kylian Mbappé found himself among the losers, chambered as it should be by the winners. Everyone will meet this Tuesday evening in the amphitheater of Clairefontaine to preview the new film by Thomas Ngijol, Black Snake, whose national release is scheduled for February 20, 2019.