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Herve Renard’s mad journey from the dugout at Cambridge to muting Lionel Messi at the World Cup


Herve Renard is circling the refuelling station in the centre of the dressing room like Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman, and his audience hang on every word.

‘What are we doing here?’ Renard demands to know from his Saudi Arabia players. He is prowling and criticising in his crisp white shirt, pausing to gesticulate with dramatic effect.

‘Take your phone, you can make a picture with him if you want,’ he snaps as he orders them to change body language, raise energy levels and get closer to Lionel Messi.

Saudi Arabia boss Herve Renard delivered a powerful team talk at half-time against Argentina

Saudi Arabia boss Herve Renard delivered a powerful team talk at half-time against Argentina 

Renard is speaking English with a heavy French accent, with words translated into Arabic, so there are two raised voices. ‘You don’t feel we are about to come back? You…



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