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Trezeguet blasts trophyless Domenech

Saturday, January 24, 2009

David Trezeguet has reopened his long-running feud with Raymond Domenech by slamming the France coach for having never won any silverware in his managerial career.

Trezeguet and Domenech have not seen eye to eye for a couple of years, and it culminated in the striker being frozen out of the France squad, and eventually left out of the party who went to Euro 2008.

Last summer, Trezeguet decided to retire from international football because he believes he has no chance of being called up by Les Bleus while Domenech is in charge.

Domenech, who soon enter his fifth year as France boss, has yet to win any trophy of note, leading many critics to ask just how he has managed to stay on as coach of Les Bleus.

"I have played under (Marcello) Lippi, (Fabio) Capello, (Jean) Tigana, (Didier) Deschamps and even (Claudio) Ranieri," Trezeguet told 10 Sport. "These are coaches of the highest level, because they have won titles.

"When you see this fact in front of you, this is why it is difficult to accept certain decisions from someone who has won nothing."

He added: "I miss the France national team.

"But I made the decision to quit Les Bleus in order to leave my place to a player who can work with Domenech’s system. And even if everything goes well with my club, I believe that Domenech has other priorities in mind."

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