Foot – Disappearance – Hervé Mathoux: "At Canal, Michel Hidalgo was part of the family"

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The presenter of the Canal Football Club, Hervé Mathoux, knew Michel Hidalgo well when he was a consultant on Canal +. Hervé Mathoux (presenter of Canal Football Club on Canal & nbsp; +) & nbsp ;: “& Nbsp; At Canal & nbsp; +, Michel Hidalgo was part of the family. The fact of working with him, that sent me back to very strong moments of my youth. When he arrived at the head of the French team, he had this image of tender, humanist guy and we blamed him, "too kind, not hard enough …" It is true that he was an idealist but he nevertheless had magnificent results. It was in tune with the times and with this period of French football. There was a romanticism in the way of approaching competitions and he was its most alive embodiment. Death of Michel Hidalgo, former coach of the France team and incarnation of “beautiful football” As a consultant, he remained what he was. The function of selector had not changed him, it was not the function of consultant who was going to do it. He was deeply kind, pleasant, humanist. In his comments, he was often in an empathetic reading. He was very warm but his calm made you put yourself at his pace. He mainly worked on League 1 and Newsstand matches, in pay per view or on special shows. Disappearance: unanimous tribute to Michel Hidalgo, who died at the age of 87 I also sometimes questioned his memories. He told them calmly. He was just a little nervous about the 1982 semi-final against Germany (3-3 a.p., 5-4 t.a.b. for the FRG), considering that tactically, they had done anything. I think I remember that he came back a little against Christian Lopez, who had come back in place of Patrick Battiston and who tactically, had not done everything he expected of him. Years later, he was still frustrated with the entry of Lopez. & Nbsp; »" data-reactid = "19"> The presenter of the Canal Football Club, Hervé Mathoux, knew Michel Hidalgo well when he was a consultant on Canal +. Hervé Mathoux (presenter of Canal Football Club on Canal +): “At Canal +, Michel Hidalgo was part of the family. The fact of working with him, that sent me back to very strong moments of my youth. When he arrived at the head of the French team, he had this image of tender, humanist guy and we blamed him, "too kind, not hard enough …" It is true that he was an idealist but he nevertheless had magnificent results. It was in tune with the times and with this period of French football. There was a romanticism in the way of approaching competitions and he was its most alive embodiment. Death of Michel Hidalgo, former coach of the France team and incarnation of "beautiful football" As a consultant, he remained what he was. The function of selector had not changed him, it was not the function of consultant who was going to do it. He was deeply kind, pleasant, humanist. In his comments, he was often in an empathetic reading. He was very warm but his calm made you put yourself at his pace. He worked mainly on Ligue 1 and Newsstand matches, in pay per view or on special shows. Disappearance: unanimous tribute to Michel Hidalgo, who died at the age of 87. I also happened to question his memories. He told them calmly. He was just a little nervous about the 1982 semi-final against Germany (3-3 a.p., 5-4 t.a.b. for the FRG), considering that tactically, they had done anything. I think I remember that he came back a little against Christian Lopez, who had come back in place of Patrick Battiston and who tactically, had not done everything he expected of him. Years later, he was still frustrated with the entrance to Lopez. "