Canada The great regret of Laurent Blanc
Death of Bernard Tapie: Furious, his son Laurent Tapie is getting on CNews, "I hope that finally you will stop debiting the knowledge" (VIDEO)
© Claude Paris / AP / SIPA Death of Bernard Tapie: Furious, his son Laurent Tapie is getting on CNews, "I hope that finally you will stop debiting the famous" (video) shocked by a subject broadcast on CNEWS on his father's business, Laurent Tapie, the son of Bernard Tapie, died this Sunday, October 3, took the floor to express his dissatisfaction. This is an off-standing personality that died this Sunday, October 3rd.
The French trainer Laurent Blanc has just announced the greatest regret of his career as a player.
Laurent Blanc, one of the main icons of French football, has just said that it regrets not having signed for Manchester United earlier in his player career."It was fantastic to play there"
White joined United in 2003 at the age of 36 and spent two seasons with this club . The World Champion 1998 remembers: "Sir Alex (Ferguson) reminded me in 1996 and wanted me. But I had already signed for Barcelona, so that did not happen. Instead, I went there at the end of my career. "
"It was fantastic to play there and the only thing I'm regretting now, it's not to come to United before," Cevenol continued. Even if he arrived at Old Trafford at the end of the career, the current Al Rayyan coach has left a beautiful trace. He had contributed in particular to the return to the RED Devils National Summit in 2003.
as a reminder, White had been cited in 2018 as a possible claimant to take the destinies of MU as a coach following the Limogeage of José Mourinho . The Mancunian Board finally opted for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
'It was fun': Packers QB Aaron Rodgers doesn't regret 'I still own you' troll against Bears fans .
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went viral for taunting Chicago Bears fans by telling them: "I still own you." He doesn't regret a single word.Rodgers, the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, was caught on a FOX broadcast microphone telling Chicago Bears fans, "I still own you," and the moment went viral. Some have praised Rodgers for showing emotion while others have been critical, saying his behavior was unsportsmanlike.