On January 30, the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra will unveil the results of the audit requested of the French Football Federation, aimed in particular at clarifying certain inappropriate behavior internally. An investigation has even been opened by the Paris prosecutor’s office against Noël Le Graët for acts of sexual and moral harassment. Most members of the Comex hope that the results of the audit will cause the resignation of the president, currently laid off.
If it didn’t happen like that, the whole Comex would have to leave. Be that as it may, there are already five serious candidates to take his place, as the daily explains.Team. The first of them is none other than Philippe Diallo, currently interim president of the institution which governs French football, and until recently vice-president. Only, it is not completely unanimous within the comex of the federation. Then comes Jamel Sandjak, president of the Paris-IDF League, whose ambitions are no secret.
Aulas is in the game
Marc Keller, president of Strasbourg, seems to have the profile and has been named as the ideal successor to NLG for some time now. Only he should separate from his club in case he wants to position himself. Then comes Jean-Michel Aulas, who needs no introduction. Even if he too should say goodbye to OL to occupy this position at the head of the FFF.
Finally, Frédéric Thiriez, historical rival of Le Graët and former boss of the LFP, intends to present himself once again after his failure in 2021, when he had only recovered a quarter of the votes. Suffice to say that the next few months promise to be particularly eventful behind the scenes of French football, with this federal assembly of June 10 on the horizon and very likely elections in the process…