Deschamps


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Des·champs

(dā-shahm'),
Joseph F.L., French surgeon, 1740-1824. See: Deschamps needle.
References in periodicals archive ?
Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) (TSX: BNS) (NYSE: BNS) has announced the appointment of Ignacio Deschamps as strategic advisor, Global Digital banking to the president and CEO, effective January 4.
AS A player, Didier Deschamps was disparagingly referred to as "the water carrier" by Eric Cantona.
Coach Deschamps called on his side to represent their country with pride in trying circumstances.
Invite a s'exprimer sur le choix de Didier Deschamps de ne pas selectionner Alexandre Lacazette, Bernard Lacombe a critique le selectionneur des Bleus, qui ne comprend pas selon lui le mode de fonctionnement d'un attaquant.
A fall-out with French boss Didier Deschamps during the pair's time at Marseille triggered a move from the Velodrome to Newcastle for Ben Arfa.
The quality of our opponent forced us to defend a lot, to make a lot of efforts to win the ball back and we paid for it by lacking clear-sightedness in front of goal," Deschamps said.
He interests me," France coach Didier Deschamps said Thursday.
SAMIR NASRI has quit playing for France - at least until national boss Didier Deschamps steps down.
MME MARIE DESCHAMPS, a former Supreme Court judge, will conduct an external review on sexual misconduct and sexual harassment in the Canadian Armed Forces.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Didier Deschamps is confident France can continue to make positive strides despite their disappointing World Cup exit on Friday.
DIDIER Deschamps is concerned his France players will not be able to cope with the sweltering heat of Brasilia in tonight's second round match against Nigeria.