More seen in the French team since 2016, Laure Boulleau hopes to win the arrival of Hervé Renard at the head of the Bleues to find the selection as part of a new 24 hours of Boulleau.
Laure Boulleau has long been one of the executives of the France team. After making her first cap in the spring of 2005 aged just 18, the Parisian full-back returned 65 caps through 2016, with the key to fourth places at the 2011 World Cup in Germany and the 2012 London Olympics. Retired from the land written in 2018, the native of Clermont-Ferrand nevertheless hopes to find Clairefontaine in the months to come.
After getting out of the Ligue 1 shackles for a 24-hour Boulleau on Morocco, the Canal + consultant would indeed like to follow Les Bleues as closely as possible. And the departure of Corinne Deacon and the arrival of Hervé Renard on the bench of the France team may have changed the situation. “No, I plan to follow the French women’s team. I made the request a long time ago. I had already formulated it at the time of Corinne Deacon, I hope to have a little more success this time (she smiles). I ask for a lot of access, I can understand that it is not obvious. The former coach was not too open to this kind of concept…”, she explained in the columns of The Team.
“Hervé Renard, he has a great command of communication, he is more reactive. But with his room, there are also a lot of requests. I met him and I gave many elements to have the best chance of succeeding. The more access I have, the happier I am. If I have the opportunity to do a toro in training…”, she needed, adding that her way of working allows her to break down barriers: “ I was a player, it’s a way of remembering it. On the pitch, I feel legitimate, it gives me more strength when I arrive at a club, especially a men’s club. After kicking the ball, people talk to me more freely, there are no more barriers, no more male-female history. »