Since France’s national soccer team has been under coached by Monsieur Laurent Blanc for years, the only way that France stands a chance of winning a championship is with the help of ZiZou and the greatest goalie alive, and still my personal favorite player (even though my favorite team is and will always be Brazil), Fabien Barthez (number two pick is Jens Lehmann, though I have high hopes for Mauel Neuer. On a side note, I wish Robert Enke’s remaining family the best and I hope that he is able to rest in peace), the French are already on their way to victory since Zinédine Yazid Zidane has decided to return to soccer in order to train and bring France the title that he promised them years before.
ZiZou was born in Marseilles, his parents are Algerian and he played for teams in Spain, Italy and ultimately France. He was the French team captain. This sexy, soft-spoken, married (to Véronique) father of four boys (Enzo, Luca, Theo, and Elyaz) promised France that the World Cup would be the last thing that he won for France prior to his retirement.
Instead of winning the championship, he ended his last game prior to retirement on such a sour note that he became a name in additional households because he literally butted heads with opposing Italian player, Marco Materazzi in that infamous overtime World Cup Match in July of 2006.
Immediately after his retirement he sold his soul to become an advertising tool. He never really seemed to accurately speak his mind, but try and try again he did. And France watched him because he is a sexy legend.
Recently, he told Laurent Robert Blanc that the most important thing is to recapture victory for the country [, France]. Blanc started playing in the eighties and had about a twenty-year career before becoming a coach.
I definitely have not forgotten about Franck Ribéry, who is yummy and because he totally rocks. Unfortunately, he is unable to carry the team alone. I do believe as long as France as these three players (Zinédine Zidane, Fabien Barthez (and his sexy bald head and hard body) and Franck Ribéry) that they can win no matter what holes are in Blanc’s plays as attractive as he is. Actually, all of the men that I have mentioned are at least attractive in everyday life and radiate smoldering sensuality when they see a soccer ball. They are not bad plays, just not appropriate for the players that he has. Well, except for maybe against Brazil.