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An evening in September 2009 in Serbia, Hugo Lloris became the first goalkeeper of the French football team to be sent off in a blue suit. To this episode, Nice did not stop being one of the main pillars of the subsequent years within the French team, and the Blues and Dams from qualifying for the 2010 World Cup …

For four weeks, Long has been looking back at the most notable red cards in blues history. Event:

Episode 1. Fontaine, first only …

Episode 2 Jean-Michael Lark, a bad reflex

Episode 3. Manuel Amoros, bad head

Episode 4. Laurent Blanc, A Moment of Injustice

Episode 5. Cynide tramples the sedan

Episode 6. Theory Henry sacrifices himself

Episode 7. Synodin Sidney 2006, gin hiccup end …

Episode 8. Hugo Lloris, 2009, first custodian

Episode 9. Yoann Gourcuff, 2010, Last Touch

Episode 10. Paul Pogba, 2013

Episode 11. Laurent Kozulini, 2013

Hugo Loris Records in French team As a guard. On September 9, 2009 in Belgrade, he offered himself the first person to be expelled! Young Leonis honors his 5 mene It still balances with Steve Mandanda for the pick and the starting point. At 9 p.m.e This Serbian moment – France is playing at the monument of “Maracana”, which goes at the feet of Valencia striker Nicola Cijic, who presents himself in front of it and breaks down when he wants to take effect. The Italian referee, the experienced Mr. Rosetti, points to the penalty spot and pulls out the red card!

“A litigation error”

“I was very surprised, Says Loris at the end of the meeting, Because I had nothing to despise myself for. I did what I thought was right, there really is no connection between CG and me! This is a referral mistake that punishes me and the rest of the team. It’s as unfortunate as that. Sigi deserves to be warned for the simulation. He really disappointed himself! “

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The pictures prove it, but since the VR does not exist yet, the penalty against Mandanda who entered the game is Nenad Milijas Gignac.

Hugo Lloris sees the match behind Mandanda’s goal after the dismissal. He lowered his head. © AFP

Loris returned quickly

At 11:10 a.m., the Blues were in big danger. They are united and a great match, Serbian goalkeeper (31e). But they can do no better than share points (1-1), which will force them to play in the play – offs to go to the World Cup against Ireland.

Having received a single suspension, Loris will not play the next game against Faroese at Gingamp, but he will find his place again next (again) to start a long career leading to more than 100 selections.

Episode 1. Fontaine, first only …

Episode 2 Jean-Michael Lark, a bad reflex

Episode 3. Manuel Amoros, bad head

Episode 4. Laurent Blanc, A Moment of Injustice

Episode 5. Cynide tramples the sedan

Episode 6. Theory Henry sacrifices himself

Episode 7. Synodin Sidney 2006, gin hiccup end …

Episode 8. Hugo Lloris, 2009, first custodian

Episode 9. Yoann Gourcuff, 2010, Last Touch

Episode 10. Paul Pogba, 2013

Episode 11. Laurent Kozulini, 2013

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