Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) manager, Christophe Galtier has taken sides in the brewing face-off between France football great, Zinedine Zidane and FFF president Noël Le Graët.
Le Graët had recently hit out at former Real Madrid boss, Zidane, claiming that he ‘did not give a toss’ if the former midfielder became Brazil manager.
Le Graët went on to say that he would not pick up Zidane’s call if he rang him up for the France job, adding that there was no plan to sack current manager, Didier Deschamps.
His comment brought widespread criticism from the footballing world and he has since apologized.
And Galtier was asked about it in his press conference and he said he would not be kicking a man when he is down.
“Zidane deserves respect and I am convinced he has the respect of everyone.
“I’m not in the habit of kicking a man when he’s down so I won’t comment further,” he said.