Thierry Henry has given Didier Deschamps his support and admits he is doing a good job, although he does have a question or two.
While Henry is full of praise for his former teammate and compatriot, he does have a couple of questions regarding his team selections.
Henry believes that Deschamps is doing a good job, and that he has an abundance of talent at his disposal.
He also acknowledges that such riches can cause problems in themselves, but it’s a good problem to have.
However, in an interview with Goal, he amits if he was the boss he might do things a little differently.
“Didier knows what he’s doing.”
“Didier’s the boss of the national team so I don’t know why he (Lacazette) hasn’t been called.”
“All I can tell you is what I see like I’ve been doing for a little while, for Lyon and Arsenal.”
“He’s a goalscorer but competition is massive in France to play up front.”
“I always liked Lacazette as a No. 9 but the most important thing is that Didier likes him.”
He insists though that those who have been chosen are done so on warranted merit.
“Giroud is doing extremely well, Griezmann can also play there. Plea is also doing well for Monchengladbach.”
“Ben Yedder is doing well for Monaco and when he went to Sevilla.”
“That’s the stuff that’s very difficult for me to talk about because you have to respect the decision of the coach.”
“That’s the type of problem that Didier Deschamps is going to have.”
“But in all fairness, they are nice problems to have.”
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— Goal News (@GoalNews) November 13, 2019