Benzema backed by FFF chief
The president of the French Football Federation has defended the striker and insists everyone must wait for the outcome of the case surrounding the Real Madrid attacker
The president of the French Football Federation (FFF) has defended Karim Benzema after the striker was charged for conspiring to blackmail Mathieu Valbuena.
The charges surround a plot to blackmail France international Mathieu Valbuena, for which he could face a prison sentence of five years.
And FFF chief Noel La Graet insists the Real Madrid attacker cannot be judged too harshly, having not been found guilty of anything.