Raymond Domenech has blasted Arsene Wenger's plans for a biennial World Cup, calling his plan 'a stupid idea'.
Former Arsenal manager Wenger is now FIFA's Chief of Global Football Development and came up with ideas including introducing a rest period after summer tournaments and replacing international breaks with one or two qualifying slots.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
But his compatriot Domenech strongly criticised him, recalling their feud when Domenech was France boss and Wenger preferred to keep French players with the Gunners.
Raymond Domenech has called Arsene Wenger's plans for a biennial World Cup a 'stupid idea'; former Arsenal manager Wenger (pictured) is now FIFA's Head of Global Football Development
Ex-France boss Domenech did not hold back, describing Wenger's as ideas an 'aberration'
He said: 'The idea doesn't make sense, it's stupid. The fact it's brought forward by Mr Wenger makes no sense. When he was manager he always went against the national teams. I had a number of disputes with him on players he didn't want me to call up.
'So in October and in March we're going to stop playing club football? FIFA is