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Deschamps Names France World Cup Squad

8 years ago
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Didier Deschamps has tonight named his 23 man France World Cup squad.

Speculation in the French press today, had named Mathieu Debuchy as a certainty, but Loic Remy and Moussa Sissoko as ‘possibles’.

However, when the French coach named his squad, all three of Debuchy, Sissoko and Remy were named alongside Yohan Cabaye in the 23 who will travel to Brazil, barring mishaps.

The French media had also named alleged Newcastle United transfer target Remy Cabella as a slight possibility to make the reserve list. In the event the Montpellier playmaker has made that list of seven reserves who are on standby in case anybody has to drop out.

Good luck to all four who have been named in the full squad (see below) and best of luck this summer.

Goalkeepers

Mickaël Landreau

Hugo Lloris

Steve Mandanda

Defenders

Mathieu Debuchy

Lucas Digne

Patrice Evra

Laurent Koscielny

Eliaquim Mangala

Bacary Sagna

Mamadou Sakho

Raphaël Varane

Midfielders

Yohan Cabaye

Clément Grenier

Blaise Matuidi

Rio Mavuba

Paul Pogba

Moussa Sissoko

Mathieu Valbuena

Strikers

Karim Benzema

Olivier Giroud

Antoine Griezmann

Loïc Rémy

Franck Ribéry

7 Reserves

Rémy Cabella

Maxime Gonalons

Alexandre Lacazette

Loïc Perrin

Stéphane Ruffier

Morgan Schneiderlin

Benoît Tremoulinas

Also congratulations to Cheick Tiote who as expected was named in the Ivory Coast’s preliminary 28 man squad for this summer’s tournament.

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