Domenech: sacked for 'three grave errors'
Former France coach Raymond Domenech is seeking £2.5m in severance pay, claiming he was made a "scapegoat" for his team's poor World Cup performance.
Domenech was reportedly sacked from his role on the French Football Federation technical advisory board in September.
He stood down as France coach after a dismal World Cup, in which his side failed to make it out of their group.
Domenech will seek the compensation from an employment tribunal, his lawyer told L'Equipe newspaper on Wednesday.
The FFF reportedly sacked Domenech for three "grave errors", including Nicola Anelka's expulsion from France's squad, the subsequent training boycott and his refusal to shake the hand of South Africa coach Carlos Alberto Parreira after the final group game.
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