The FFF made the announcement on Monday, paying tribute to the one who had succeeded Fernand Sastre and left his post the day after the painful defeat of the French team against Bulgaria, in the 1994 World Cup qualifiers.
As a footballer, he participated in the conquest of the title of European Junior champion in 1949 – ” the very first tricolor football trophy “, Underlines the Federation.
” Jean Fournet-Fayard was a great leader, an honorary member of UEFA. As president of the FFF, he worked with passion for football, French training, with in particular the inauguration of the Clairefontaine center in 1988. He was a high quality man, with multiple talents, who knew several lives of manager, coach and player“, Wrote this Monday evening Noël Le Graët, the president of the FFF.
Jean Fournet-Fayard, former president of the French Football Federation, died Sunday February 9 at the age of 88 https://t.co/BXx877Sh3t
– FFF (@FFF) February 10, 2020