Corinne Deacon, big thunderclap and big check!
Dismissed from her position as coach a year and a half from the end of her contract, Corinne Deacon will leave with very good severance pay.
The working group responsible for deciding on the fate of Corinne Deacon did not hesitate. Jean-Michel Aulas, Marc Keller, Aline Riera and Laura Georges are indeed pronounced unanimously for the sidelining of the now former tricolor coach. Consequence of the putsch initiated by Wendie Renard, ready to end her story with the Blues if the Northerner remained in place.
Unsurprisingly, the Executive Committee of the French Football Federation, meeting on Thursday, followed the advice of the working group and pronounced the dismissal of Corinne Deacon just four months before the start of the World Cup. And while the working group led by Jean-Michel Aulas must now find the one who will officiate on the bench of the Blues in Australia and New Zealand, Philippe Diallo, acting president of the FFF, must settle the dismissal of the technician tricolor.
To believe The Team, Corinne Deacon received some 400,000 euros for her role as coach. Also, it is no less than 600,000 euros that 3F will have to pay at least to the former midfielder. But to avoid the Prud’hommes, the leaders of French football could be more generous…