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Entertainment: FFF: Noël Le Graët ready to separate from Florence Hardouin?

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The president of the French Football Federation (FFF) Noël Le Graët would face the will of certain members of the Comex to separate from Florence Hardouin, its general manager.

Noël Le Graët, président de la FFF © icon Sport Noël Le Graët, President of the FFF

The president of the French Football Federation (FFF) Noël Le Graët would face the will of certain members of the Comex to separate from Florence Hardouin, its general manager.

It tends to the federation again. Currently targeted by an inspection commissioned by the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castera, the body also lives in troubled waters due to the tense relations between its President Noël Le Graët and its general manager Florence Hardouin. Relations that have been seriously cooled in recent months, bring on Tuesday. The boss of French football would even be ready to separate from the one he installed in this position in 2013, says the daily. An initiative he would have always refused to make, despite recurring requests from certain influential members of the Executive Committee.

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This was still the case in mid-October, during a seminar at Pré Catelan in the Bois de Boulogne, a prestigious restaurant, for which twelve members were invited. Through the various subjects mentioned, that of the future of the director general has notably released on the table. It is criticized for the latter "its management deemed conflicting", but also "the implementation of the job safeguard plan (PSE) a year and a half ago, without their initial approval." A majority would then have spoken to separate from Florence Hardouin. What Christmas Le Graët would have committed to doing after the audit is handed over. An outcome which doubts some, even ready to leave their mission within the Comex if that is not the case.

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