first_imgClément Lenglet, 23 ans, profite quant à lui de l’absence de Presnel Kimpembe. Léo Dubois, 24 ans, fête sa première convocation, aux dépens de Djibril Sidibé, en méforme. “C’est un privilège pour moi, j’ai à tous les secteurs des candidats sérieux pour l’équipe de France”, a commenté Didier Deschamps.Le déplacement en Turquie, le 8 juin à Konya, est important pour les Bleus, qui pourront s’emparer seuls de la tête de leur poule de qualification.LQ/AFP Partager La liste des 24 joueursGardiens : Alphonse Areola (Paris SG), Benjamin Lecomte (Montpellier), Hugo Lloris (Tottenham/ANG), Mike Maignan (Lille)Défenseurs : Lucas Digne (Everton/ENG), Léo Dubois (Lyon), Clément Lenglet (Barcelone/ESP), Ferland Mendy (Lyon), Benjamin Pavard (Stuttgart/ALL), Samuel Umtiti (Barcelone/ESP), Raphaël Varane (Real Madrid/ESP), Kurt Zouma (Everton/ENG)Milieux : N’Golo Kanté (Chelsea/ENG), Blaise Matuidi (Juventus/ITA), Tanguy Ndombele (Lyon), Paul Pogba (Manchester United/ENG), Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham/ENG)Attaquants : Wissam Ben Yedder (Séville/ESP), Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich/GER), Olivier Giroud (Chelsea/ENG), Antoine Griezmann (Atlético Madrid/ESP), Thomas Lemar (Atlético Madrid/ESP), Kylian Mbappé (Paris SG), Florian Thauvin (Marseille). center_img Le défenseur de Barcelone Clément Lenglet, le latéral droit de Lyon Léo Dubois et le gardien de Lille Mike Maignan ont été appelés pour la première fois en Bleu par Didier Deschamps mardi en vue du match amical contre la Bolivie (2 juin) et des éliminatoires de l’Euro-2020 en Turquie et en Andorre (8 et 11 juin).Le gardien de Marseille Steve Mandanda ne figure pas sur cette liste, contrairement à l’attaquant de Séville Wissam Ben Yedder qui fête son retour en équipe de France. Fait rare, Deschamps a convoqué dans sa liste quatre gardiens (Areola, Lloris, Lecomte et Maignan), et non trois, en raison de la finale de Ligue des champions que va disputer son capitaine et portier de Tottenham Hugo Lloris, le 1er juin contre Liverpool.L’absence de Mandanda est d’autant plus notable et pourrait signifier qu’une page se tourne pour le Marseillais… “C’est un choix du moment, Steve a une saison compliquée en club un petit peu aussi, un rendement qui est en-dessous de ce qu’il est capable de faire. Là j’ai pris la décision de ne pas le prendre, je ne vais pas m’engager sur le futur”, a toutefois nuancé Didier Deschamps devant la presse.last_img read more

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first_imgEstrin said her husband, like many cyclists, had been injured many times during his weekly rides, but his love for the lifestyle overcame any fear. “He had a broken collarbone and fractured shin. I would have never gotten back on a bike, but he would always get right back on,” she said. Saugus resident Jim Sawyer said that when he heard about the bike ride at his local cycle shop, he couldn’t resist participating to raise awareness about cyclists. “Cyclists have the same right to be on the road as cars do,” Sawyer said. “They need to give us equal room.” [email protected] (661) 257-5254160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los Angeles“The city has used grant money to build many bike paths,” Madison said. “The city is aware that we are here; now the cars have to get it.” Estrin, a Granada Hills middle school teacher and active member of the cyclist community, was killed five months ago as he cycled along Sierra Highway. He was a month from retiring and two months away from watching his only daughter get married. About 800 cyclists are killed along the roads each year, and about 60,000 are injured in vehicle-related accidents, according to data on Loyola University of Chicago’s Health System Web site. Estrin’s wife, Shellie, never cycled with her husband but said Saturday’s silent ride by the cyclist community moved her. “It is touching to my heart,” Estrin said. “These types of things are the only reason I am getting through this time.” SANTA CLARITA – Some bicycled Saturday to honor friends and family members, others to pay their respects to a fellow fallen rider. More than 150 cyclists pedaled through Soledad Canyon, black bands wrapped around their arms. They traveled the same path 58-year-old cyclist Tony Estrin was on when he was struck by a car and killed. “(Drivers) … need to understand that there are a lot of us out here, and we just need a break,” said David Madison, a friend and neighbor of Estrin. Madison and Estrin – members of the 15-year-old Santa Clarita Velo cycling club – used to pedal along the city’s recently built bike paths at least twice a week. last_img read more

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