Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has slammed the behaviour of France's players at the World Cup.
Writing in his column for the Independent on Sunday, Holloway opined: "It is shocking for the people of France that their football players behaved like they did.
"They completely disrespected the manager and his coaches and it was all wrong. I don't want to see any team like that. You are representing your nation and if you have any sort of arguments, you keep it in-house.
"I have been outspoken about Thierry Henry's handball in the play-off against Ireland and it's funny how life has a way of sometimes paying you back.
"Henry exploited the rules. He knew what he'd done and it was wrong. Video analysis - which I support - could have sorted that out and it might not have been them at the World Cup.
"France looked like a bunch of people who weren't together and didn't agree with anything they were doing. If you're not a unit, you've got no chance."