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Nicolás Anelka burlo del castigo recibido de la Federación del Futbol Francés y declare que jamás quiere representar a su país en los torneos internacionales. Incluso, declaro que nunca quería representar a Francia y que su lealtad hacia Chelsea [un club de futbol ingles] es más fuerte que su lealtad hacia Francia.
Nicolás Anelka es el heredero de Maradona en materia del mal. Incluso, Francia tenía este imbécil como un Dios. Los franceses admiraban este astro y las compañías de aquel país europeo auspiciaron a este individuo. La respuesta fue una bofetada a los franceses.
Ojala si logra ser expulsado del futbol en todas las esferas.
His response was to laugh at the decision of the French Football Federation or FFF and to insult them by calling them clowns.
Mr. Anelka further added salt to an already open wound in the FFF by saying that he does not want to play for France anymore.
The declarations of the disgraced player for France which included a lack of desire to play for France before the 2010 World Cup, and his preference for Chelsea instead of the French Uniform reflects arrogance, gratitude, and an insulting attitude towards his country.
Anelka should have refused to play when the FFF invited him (if this was so) to participate in the 2010 World Cup.
Anelka was one of the most important players in France. He was revered in his country and the world. The numerous companies in France catered to this athlete and others in the disastrous 2010 French team.
Anelka was held in high esteem by young and old in France. He had the country on his feet. What was the response of Anelka?
What Anelka did was to take the dreams of young and old in France and flush it down the toilet. He showed a lack of respect towards the FFF Authorities as well as the authorities in his country.
He then continues his rant against France like if he was entitled to all of the admiration and respect. Nicolas Anelka maybe one of the greatest football/soccer players in his time but he is a disgrace to his country and sport.
I would like to advise the Chelsea FC to keep an eye on Anelka. My reason is that if he could talk trash about his country and its football/soccer association, he could do the same thing with Chelsea FC or any other club.
The FFF did the right thing in investigating these people who caused so much suffering and disgrace to their team. The people who started the insubordination against the coach should be punished by being expelled from their national team or even the sport.
The reason for such an expulsion is to remind people that when they wear the uniform of their country to participate in an international sporting event, they must represent their country and obey the coaches and authorities. If there are any discussions, they can be addressed after the game.
France hhad these players as heroes and the team let them down with their infantile antics ion and off the field. While it will take a long time for the French team to recover from what has happened, the FFF or French Football Association has taken a step in the right direction.
The team also deserved itrs ban from the friendly game against Norway secondary to their behavior. It is not an easy decision but what has happened must be stopped so that it cannot be repeated. What is happening to the French Football/Soccer team should serve as an example for future athletes to think before acting when they wear the uniform of their country.
Nicolas Anelka, Patrice Evra, Franck Ribery, Eric Abidal, and Jeremy Toulalan have been cited by the FFF (French Football Federation) Disciplinary Committee for their role in creating chaos for France during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The disciplinary committee of the FFF will be reviewing the case of the five on August 17, 2010. Jacques Rousselot (member of the FFF Council) was interviewed by the French sports magazine L’ Equipie in response to the news.
He stated that the reason for the disciplinary meeting against these players were for their participation in this disgrace. They are supposed to testify about their activities during the events that lead to France becoming a disgrace in the last World Cup.
The news comes in light of the decision by the new French Football/Soccer Team coach Laurent Blanc to unilaterally suspend the team from its friendly game against Norway.
The FFF is continuing the stages of rebuilding the French football/soccer team after its debacle. It is right in taking the measures necessary in order to avoid a repeat of the scandal of 2010.
When a person wears the uniform of his or her country or the country they chose to represent, it is important to work with the team and follow orders from the coach. If there is any discussion, it could be addressed after the game.
Anything less is tantamount to treason of the highest degree. It is hoped that the FFF expels these players from their federation after the back stabbing they committed against their country during the 2010 World Cup.
The justice system in football/soccer should go further in the case of these players with Chelsea keeping an eye on Anelka, Manchester United supervising Evra, Barcelona monitoring the activities of Abidal, and Bayern Munchen reading the riot act to Ribery.
The clubs that have these players should remind the players of the consequences of what could happen to them if they repeat the 2010 World Cup disaster in their teams. It would not even be a bad idea if they were suspended for a time from their teams.
Regardless, what has happened was inevitable and it is hoped that France could rebuild itself into a Football/Soccer team that it can be proud of.
La FFF debe sancionar y expulsar a los cincos instigadores de la falta de respeto y revuelta dentro del equipo francés durante la Copa Mundial 2010. Cuando un jugador de futbol o cualquier deporte representan a su país, debe acatar a las órdenes de sus superiores sin discusiones como muestra de unidad. Lo que sucedió en Francia fue una mancha en la Copa Mundial FIFA 2010.
Respuesta de Roberto Carlos Alvarez-G en las paginas de Univision Futbol.com