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France’s Samir Nasri Cursed Out A Reporter After France’s Loss To Spain, Athletes Applaud Everywhere
Major American sports demand athletes to conduct postgame press conferences, even after gut-wrenching losses. The player is probably emotionally charged, but leaves his angry hat in the locker room and supplies bland and cliched quotes with little incisive insight. Even when the questions are overly biting, meant to elicit hostile jabs that will ultimately bolster pageviews, players usually maintain their guarded exteriors.
Soon-to-be-former French national team coach Raymond Domenech had a tough time at the 2010 World Cup, and through actions of his own, his troubles are only compounding.
Did you think that things were back to (relatively) normal for France’s soccer team when they returned to practice yesterday after striking Sunday in protest of striker Nicolas Anelka getting kicked off the team? If you did – to the delight of bloggers everywhere, you were incorrect.