Koscielny also detailed the difficulty of not being able to play at the World Cup and was blunt when speaking of Didier Deschamps.
— [andrew cooper] (@coopdeville_) October 14, 2018
I'm sorry that Koscielny got hurt, but these comments smack of indulgent self pity
You can't carry passengers when trying to win a World Cup. Which Deschamps did
Get over it, mate. And try to be remotely fucking happy for your country ? pic.twitter.com/6YhTv3PpKR
— FPL Chancer (Dan) ?? (@fplchancer) October 14, 2018
Brutally honest interview by Koscielny. He says he wanted France to lose because he missed out on the World Cup. That injury really hurt him, hopefully he comes back hungrier than ever to captain Arsenal.
— SamW (@SamW_AFC) October 14, 2018
So #Koscielny is retiring from France because DD didn't call him to see if he's OK often enough.
Nothing at all to do with the fact he's 33, nearly 34 and has two beasts in Varane and Umtiti ahead of him in the pecking order.
Nothing at all to do with that. ?#AFC
— Burnsie ?NUFC?️ (@BenArfaChance) October 14, 2018
— Dan Vierke (@danvierke) October 14, 2018
Laurent Koscielny has announced his international retirement. His sole focus now remains on Arsenal:
"I want to continue at Arsenal. I do not know what level I'm going to have, I have not resumed training, but I want to fight."
Hope to see him soon.
— Darren (@DF_Arsenal) October 14, 2018
Arsenal should retire the #6 shirt for Laurent Koscielny when he leaves. Legend.
— Dostoyevsky (@KozielloEN) October 14, 2018