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Wednesday, 6 July 2011


French women W/C players pose nude  

''Is this how to show up before you come for our games?, the pictures generated controversy in German circles yesterday but FIFA says it will wait until tomorrow's game in Moechengladbach to know the motives of Bild and the players on the provocative shots.

However, the French players confirmed yesterday that the shots were no photo-trick but a ploy to distract the German team from the objective of tomorrow's match.

Meanwhile, German legend, Franz Beckenbauer, believes FIFA'S relunctance to punish Nigerian coach, Eucharia Uche, on allegation of homosexuals in women football encouraged French players to go naked on pages of German sports publication, Bild, yesterday.

French players namely Gaetine Thiney, 25, Elodie Thomis, 24, and Corine Franco, 27 posed nude in sports paper Bild and claimed it was deliberate to taunt the German team.

''I think it was time to respect the game more, moreso this is a Women World Cup.''

''FIFA should have been more frontal on the issue of lesbianism raised by the Nigerian coach. Sitting on the fence made things worse with the French women, the world respects France and their citizens so much,'' he told reporters.

Uche claimed there were lesbians in women football but that she had curbed it among the Super Falcons by excluding players who exhibited the tendencies. She has since been warned by FIFA.

3 players brave woman modeling nude Gaetine Thiney striker, 25, Élodie Thomis 24 years old and Corine Franco, 27 years old. The players are women attracted beauty has appeared on the German newspaper Bild last week. However, shooting positions and angles may enable them to cover the sensitive location. Remarkably, just below the photo is a caption "Is this something we need to do before you go to France to monitor the implementation fight? ".
The work of three players mentioned above was initially mistaken as to polish the names. But in fact their actions just to mention a sad truth that women's football is very little interest in France.Thiney said she was pleased the district colleagues in Germany was very much facilitated, making the country a special football development. 

"We want people to pay more attention to women's football, through pictures the attention and truly in dispute”. However, Thiney confirmed, this is not the main purpose of this set of 3. They want to get a win against Germany on 6-7 here to buzz in public opinion

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