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Last weekend, Didier Deschamps chalked up another significant achievement in a remarkable career. He became the longest-serving coach of France when he oversaw his 80th game as Les Bleus beat Argentina 4-3 in a thriller to go through to Friday's World Cup quarterfinal against Uruguay.The FFF have said that the coach, who turns 50 this year, will stay around until 2020, when his contract expires.If anyone doubts the credentials of the coach now, then more fool them.This is the man from the Basque Country who won everything as a player, including captaining France to glory at the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 . As a coach he took Monaco to the Champions League final in 2004 and ended Marseille's long wait to win a French title.
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