Posted on Jul 22
France women's football coach Bruno Bini on Sunday hit out at the security surrounding his team in Glasgow, claiming that fans are being denied the opportunity to see the team train.
The French squad, one of the tournament favourites, arrived in the Scottish city on Friday to be greeted by armed police.
But Bini does not like the lack of privacy for his players or the fact supporters of the French team cannot watch them train, as anyone entering the venue needs to have accreditation.
"I am annoyed by all the security measures, it is a bit too much," he said.
"We don't have any privacy and that is not really acceptable. We have guards with guns walking around the corridor all the time and it is really annoying as we have no privacy for the team.
"For the first time it is not possible for fans to come and see all the training sessions and it is sad that that has happened."
"It is important with football that fans can see teams train."