Kombouaré has pushed a big rant.
Arrived there about a month on the bench of the Téfécé in replacement of Alain Casanova, Antoine Kombouaré has drawn up a balance sheet of its first month in Toulouse, during which he earned two wins and two defeats in all competitions. Before moving to Montpellier on Sunday afternoon (17h), the Kanak up against some former players and supporters. “Regarding the club, since I have arrived, I can make the observation that there is a kind of distrust between the fans and the club and between the fans and our group. And that, I don’t like. We need all the world. I am coach of Toulouse, and I’m going to pass this message, because it is in my temperament : I am horrified to hear of the critical and yet most of the former players. It is critical at the end of the season, one expects the truce. But during the season, if we shall say from Toulouse, we’re together” he started.
“Today, the club, the players and the team need all the world. It is in trouble (Toulouse is currently in 18th place, editor’s note), we need to be soldered. Me it always makes me laugh when I hear the elders, who have made nice careers, criticize during the season… They forget that when they were players, they have also been ill and in trouble. At the time, the club and the fans have supported them. I call for all people to unite. The problems that there were before, one puts them aside, we wait until the end of the season,” he added, before being very clear on the people that it seeks to : support us or leave. “And when he is not happy, one comes to a workout and they explain. They can scream all they want. And if the elders are not happy, they come to me for training. I am ready to receive and to discuss with them. It makes me mad when I hear of the former criticize… And if they criticize, they don’t come to the stadium, they remain in them, and they stop talking.It annoys me to always hear criticism during the season and I will ascend to the niche. Today, we need the sacred union, because the group is in trouble. It has the merit of being clear.” A few days ago, Beto Marcico, passed by the TFC between 1985 and 1992, had criticized the club’s management in an interview to France Football.