Domenech's reign with France ends in all time low
Tuesday 22 June 2010
France's footballing fortunes were on top of the world 10 years ago, having added the European title to their world crown of 1998.
France players refuse to train as boss quits
Sunday 20 June 2010
France's players have refused to train following the expulsion of Nicolas Anelka from the France World cup squad after verbally abused coach Raymond Domenech.
Anelka kicked out of France world cup squad
Saturday 19 June 2010
France striker Nicolas Anelka was kicked out of the World Cup squad on Saturday, said Noel Le Graet, vice-president of the French Football Federation (FFF).
France earn draw with 10-man Uruguay
Friday 11 June 2010
Defence triumphed over attack in the 2010 World Cup Group A match at the Cape Town Stadium where France and Uruguay, who finished the game with 10 players, played to a goalless draw on Friday evening.
France hoping to put world Cup controversy behind them
Saturday 22 May 2010
Rarely can a team have arrived at a World Cup with more baggage than France, whose qualification for the showpiece tournament was overshadowed by an outrageous handball at the expense of Ireland.
Domenech names France World cup squad
Monday 17 May 2010
France coach Raymond Domenech on Monday announced his World Cup squad from which only one player, likely to be a defender, will be omitted in the coming days.
A 24-man squad, whittled down from a list of 30
France's 30-man 2010 World Cup squad
Tuesday 11 May 2010
France's provisional 30-man squad for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, announced by coach Raymond Domenech on Tuesday:
Domenech has final chance to prove credentials
Monday 29 March 2010
After defying the odds by keeping his job despite France's awful performance at the European Championship two years ago, controversial coach Raymond Domenech has another chance to prove his many doubters wrong at the World Cup.
France should cruise through group stage
Monday 29 March 2010
After creeping into the World Cup through the playoffs, and helped by Thierry Henry's infamous handball, France now has a chance to make a big impact at the tournament itself.
Viera rates World cup chance at 100 percent
France happy with 2010 World Cup draw
Rogge praises Henry for handball admission
I never thought of quitting : Domenech
Domenech pockets 862,000 Euros bonus
Cup Replay would be fairest solution : Henry
Henry admits intentional hand ball to qualify
Anelka hands France Ireland victory
Ribery likely to miss World cup play off
France discover their world cup form
Henry calls for World cup qualifying step up