Didier Deschamps got a contract extension from French National. The 54-year-old coach will continue to gush Blues until 2026.
The French Football Federation (FFF) announced the extension of Deschamps’ contract, Saturday (7/1/2023) afternoon WIB. The French international legend has been awarded a further three-year contract.
“The French Football Federation and Noel Le Graet, its president, are delighted to announce the extension of Didier Deschamps as head coach of the French team until June 2026,” the FFF said in a statement.
Didier Deschamps not the only manager to have a contract extension from the FFF. Three of his assistants, Guy Stephan, Franck Raviot and Cyril Moine, were also retained French National.
The contract extension this time adds to Deschamps’ length of service in the French national team since 2012. He led France in 139 games during a ten-year career for the national team.
A total of 89 victories for Deschamps with the French national team, as well as 28 draws and 22 defeats. There were 279 goals scored by the team Blues under the guidance of the former Marseille manager.
Under Deschamps’ guidance, the France national team won the 2018 World Cup. He also presented the Nations League trophy in 2021.
Deschamps failed to defend France’s World Cup title in 2022. Kylian Mbappe cs qualified for the final, but lost to Argentina on penalties.
French National he is currently third in the FIFA rankings. Didier Deschamps consistently taking his team to the top four in the last five years.