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Qatar 2022: Deschamp Dismisses France Injury Worries

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Didier Deschamps has asked for “more understanding” as France adjust to their latest injuries, but Les Bleus intend to go “full steam ahead” with the same objectives as before.

France were already without Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante for the World Cup and have now lost Christopher Nkunku and Karim Benzema on the eve of the tournament.

Deschamps’ defending world champions head into their opener against Australia with uncertainty around much of their line-up, although the coach has “no worries at all” about Eduardo Camavinga’s fitness and confirmed Raphael Varane is fit to start.

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Asked yesterday if France would have to reconsider their approach to the finals, Deschamps disagreed, although he asked the assembled media for their support.

“It is full steam ahead with the team we have available to us,” he said.

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“Less ambition and less desire to do everything to get to the end? I don’t think so. But if we could have more understanding from the media, if you could cut us a little more slack, that would be great.

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“But we know what is asked of us. We are not counting our chickens before they are hatched, we know our three opponents ahead of us.”

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