News from French U16 & U21 sides

Some news from the young French national teams for you. After tournament victories in Val-de-Marne and in the Aegean Cup and defeat to England in the final of the Montaigu final the young French side finished their season with defeat to Germany 2-1 in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin.

Here is the squad from that game, some names to remember for the future.

Thomas Didillon (FC Metz), Mouez Hassen (OGC Nice)

Gregoire Amiot (Toulouse FC), Yassine Amrioui (AS Nancy), Jean-Charles Castelletto (Auxerre)
Yarouba Cissako (AS Monaco), Fabio Genga (AS Monaco), Clement Lenglet (AS Nancy)

Dolan Bahamboula (AS Nancy), Ambroise Begue (AS Nancy), Seko Fofana (Lorient)
Nicolas Gavory (Auxerre), Selim Kayaci (St-Etienne), Paul Marie (SM Caen)
Jonathan Mexique (Le Mans)

Daniel Brunard (SM Caen), Dorian Caddy (OGC Nice), Wesley Said (Rennes)

Now to the U21 side that will play in the 39th Toulon Tournament (June 1st to 10th) Pierre Mankowski has named the squad that will face Mexico (2nd) China (4th) and Hungary (6th) during the group stage.

Mathieu Gorgelin (Lyon), Francks Hostis (AS Monaco)

Frederick Duplus (Vannes), Nicolas Isimat Mirin (Valenciennes), Kalidou Koulibaly (FC Metz)
Mathieu Saunier (Troyes), Loic Damour (Stradbourg), Loic Nego (FC Nantes)

Abdulwahid Sissoko (Troyes), Fabien Jarsale (Vannes), Adrien Trebel (FC Nantes)
Yohan Court (CS Sedan), Florentin Pogba (CS Sedan), Matthias Autret (Lorient)
Nicolas Benezet (Nimes), Jean-Christophe Bahebeck (PSG) pictured

Damien Le Tallec (Borussia Dortmund – GER), Andy Delort (AC Ajaccio), Steven Joseph-Monrose (RC Lens)
Yannis Tafer (Toulouse FC)

So well done to the U16 team and good luck to the U21 side. We will try and keep you update with the U21’s progress through the tournament.

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