Foot – Disappearance – Death of Michel Hidalgo: "An extremely sensitive man" for Jean-Marc Ferreri

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The former Blues striker underlines the great humanity from the former coach. Jean-Marc Ferreri& nbsp;(European champion 1984): “Henri Émile taught me this sad news. Michel was a great man and a man of great humanity. After Henri Michel, it's another great coach who is leaving us, it's a disaster. It was he who first selected me in 1982 when I played at AJ Auxerre (against Poland 0-4, August 31, 1982). Platini: "& nbsp; A creator of emotions & nbsp;" A month ago, as we knew that Michel was not doing very well, with the International Football Club, we had organized a lunch with him in Marseille to pay him tribute and see him all together. At least we could see it one last time. He gave me a smile twice which will forever be etched in my memory, it made my heart very warm. "& Nbsp; In his talks, he was often on the verge of tears & nbsp;" Michel had the humanity that characterized him. He was an exceptional man. He was extremely sensitive. I remember his tears when we were crowned European champions in 1984. Even in his talks, he was often on the verge of tears because he was very moved. As a coach, he exuded the joy of playing. He wanted to play beautiful games, beautiful football. It was no coincidence that he put three numbers 10 in his team at that time. His leitmotif was to have fun on the ground, a bit like the man he was. When he called me for the first time in the France team, he didn't put pressure on me, he told me, play your game as you do in Auxerre with Guy Roux, don't ask yourself any questions , when I was really on tiptoe in this team which had just finished fourth at the World Cup in Spain, where there were all these watches in front of me: Michel Platini, Alain Giresse … "" data-reactid = " 19 "> The former Blues striker underlines the great humanity of the former coach. Jean-Marc Ferreri (European champion 1984): “Henri Émile taught me this sad news. Michel was a great man and a man of great humanity. After Henri Michel, it's another great coach who is leaving us, it's a disaster. It was he who first selected me in 1982 when I played at AJ Auxerre (against Poland 0-4, August 31, 1982). Platini: "A creator of emotions" A month ago, as we knew that Michel was not doing very well, with the International Football Club, we had organized a lunch with him in Marseille to pay tribute to him and the see it all together. At least we could see it one last time. He gave me a smile twice which will forever be etched in my memory, it made my heart very warm. "In his talks, he was often on the verge of tears" Michel had the humanity that characterized him. He was an exceptional man. He was extremely sensitive. I remember his tears when we were crowned European champions in 1984. Even in his talks, he was often on the verge of tears because he was very moved. As a coach, he exuded the joy of playing. He wanted to play beautiful games, beautiful football. It was no coincidence that he put three numbers 10 in his team at that time. His leitmotif was to have fun on the ground, a bit like the man he was. When he called me for the first time in the France team, he didn't put pressure on me, he told me, play your game as you do in Auxerre with Guy Roux, don't ask yourself any questions , when I was really on tiptoe in this team which had just finished fourth at the World Cup in Spain, where there were all these watches in front of me: Michel Platini, Alain Giresse … "