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A first bad news for Zinedine Zidane. As the former Real Madrid coach celebrates his 50th birthday this Thursday, he gave an exceptional 16-page interview to L’Equipe. But while during this long interview, he talks about the France team and his desire to come full circle with the Blues, he may well have to wait before becoming the new coach of the Blues. Because as Le Parisien explains, in the event that Didier Deschamps leads his men to the semi-finals at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, then it will be extended by Noël Le Graët.
Deschamps extended after the World Cup in the event of a semi-final?
If the world champion coach with the Blues in 2018 were to succeed in reaching the last four for the second time in a row at the World Cup, then the president of the French Football Federation could be tempted to offer him a contract extension. Suffice to say that “Zizou” may well have to wait a while longer if France has a good World Cup, but there is no doubt that Zidane must be the first to wish to see France achieve the double within a few months in Qatar.
Zinédine Zidane seems to have already recorded bad news about the French team taking charge after the 2022 World Cup. So, if Didier Deschamps manages to lead the Blues to the semi-finals, then it could be extended.