- Date of Birth: 24 January 1952
- Birthplace: Lyon, Lyon, France
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Lionel Messi slammed: Former France boss sticks knife into Barcelona superstar
LIONEL MESSI is no longer at the peak of his powers at Barcelona, according to Raymond Domenech.
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Andre Pierre Gignac has reportedly been linked with a shock move from Toulouse to Premiership giants Chelsea in next summer's transfer window. It is understood that the club are not ready to sign the forward yet, as they are happy with their striking options.
Sunderland are reportedly interested in Lille defender Adil Rami. Currently at Lille, Rami is valued at by Lille in the region of £2.5 million.
France coach Raymond Domenech has hit out at the media; who have suggested that he has only one game left to save his job. France endured a terrible start to their World Cup 2010 qualification campaign; losing 3-1 to Austria.
France coach Raymond Domenech has been reportedly given one more game to save his job. France were defeated by Austria 3-1 in the qualifying game for the 2010 World Cup at the weekend.
Jean-Pierre Escalettes, the president of the France Football Federation, has revealed that he has decided to give Raymond Domenech another chance as the head coach of France, despite a disappointing Euro 2008 tournament.
The French want Arsene Wenger as their new manager after plunging into trouble with a first round exit from Euro 2008. The stars of the team has voiced their support for the Arsenal boss, and this will be a blow to Arsenal's hopes in fighting back to be at the top of the Premier League.
France coach Raymond Domenech is expecting a battle to the finish in qualification for the next round of Euro 2008's and out of the 'Group of Death'. France could only manage a bore 0-0 draw with Romania on Monday.
AS Saint-Etienne explosive striker Bafetimbi Gomis has decided to stay with the club ruling out speculation that he might move to the English premier league for the next season.
France captain Patrick Vieira will miss their first match at Euro 2008 because of an injury. The French coach Raymond Domenech has confirmed the reports.
AC Milan and former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini and Djibril Cisse have both missed out on Raymond Domenech's 23 man squad. Cisse's place has been taken by Gomis, who impressed on his international debut for France.
Bafetimbi Gomis had the dream debut for France as he scored two goals to see off Ecuador 2-0 in France's preparation for the Euro 2008 tournament.
Raymond Domenech's 30 man France squad have been in high spirits as they prepare for their first of 3 warm up matches.
According to reports, Wigan are ready to make a move for Rennes' captain Etienne Didot. The midfielder has attracted the interest of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger in the past, but now Wigan are apparently ready to make an offer for the Frenchman.
Former France international Robert Pires has some soothing words for his Spanish counter-part Raul. Speaking to the Spanish sports daily AS, the Villarreal star said that the relationship between Raul and Spain coach Luis Aragones is somewhat akin to that fostered between him and France coach Raymond Domenech.
Gael Clichy has been omitted from France's Euro 2008 squad despite an impressive season for the Gunners. Raymond Domenech has decided to plump for Patrice Evra and Eric Abidal.
Raymond Domenech has found no room in his France preliminary squad for Euro 2008 for David Trezeguet of Juventus, who despite stunning form for the Turin giants will not be making the trip to Austria and Switzerland.
Raymond Domenech has decided to go for 29 men in his squad, as he looks to wittle down to just 23 before Sunday's Euro 2008 squad deadline.
Sunderland are considering a move for Rennes star Jimmy Briand in the summer. Briand is a versatile forward man, capable of playing on the right wing or up front and is valued at around £3.5 million by his club.
Outspoken French coach Raymond Domenech believes that his side are destined to win Euro 2008. The French side face the difficult looking group containing Italy, Holland and Romania; but Domenech remains confident.
Some of Europe's biggest clubs are all desperate to sign Lyon's midfield dynamo Hatem Ben Arfa; and Arsene Wenger has admitted a long-term desire to land the Frenchman. One thing is for sure, Ben Arfa has a very bright future ahead of him.