Consuetudes, the French word for friendship, means to share and to trust.
In France, that translates to a desire to help and to support a friend.
That is what it means to be a teammate.
But the term is often misunderstood by the general public.
In fact, it’s a term that has been used to describe two of the greatest players in France’s history.
The most well-known of those was the great defender and striker Jean-Marie Leger, who joined the team in 1962 and was a player of immense quality and skill, both on the field and in the dressing room.
The other great player to ever grace the French national team is the forward and former striker Paul-Henri Lacazette, who was a legend in the game, with his famous header at the 1974 World Cup.
But it was his teammate, André Schürrle, who made the most of the honor of being called “The Friend of the Game.”
In the 1950s, Lacazetta was one of the most respected and talented players in Europe.
He was one that everyone wanted to play for and be part of.
André “Chico” Schüll, the legendary manager of the club who coached Lacazettes career, once told the BBC that he would never have let Lacazete play for the club had it not been for the friendship between the two.
In addition to Lacazetzes success, Schülly was a man who made great players.
He played with great players, such as André Gomes, Gérard Houllier, Claude Makelele and Jean-Pierre Papin.
Schüllo was a big influence on the career of Pierre Bergé, who played for Schüller in the 1950 and 1960s and for Schull and Lacazeta in the 1970s.
But Schülling was a very good player too.
In the 1950 FIFA World Cup, he scored the only goal for France in the World Cup qualifying match against Spain, with a spectacular free kick that was only missed by the keeper.
He also won a lot of silverware, including the 1956 World Cup and the 1958 European Championship.
He was also a great coach.
Schuyler had a good understanding of how to get players into shape.
He always played with a group of players who worked out together, in a structured way.
The coaches would come with their equipment and help the players train.
Schuyler also made great contributions to the club’s development and, in particular, his influence on Lacazets development.
He worked with Lacazettes parents, Jacques and Marie, on his training, as well as helping Lacazetts young players, and he made sure that Lacazecutes training was organized.
He also helped Lacazate to play as a player, something that he did after his retirement from professional soccer.
He made sure Lacazeto was in a good environment.
Lacazacetes career was one in which he won more than 20 trophies, and a few were silverware.
Schurols influence on LaLazetta also has a great influence on him.
Schurol, the head coach of LaLazer, is also a legend.
His influence was huge.
He had a strong influence on all the players in LaLazietes first team.
He knew everything about their training.
He encouraged them.
He didn’t force them to do things, but rather made sure they could train.
In the 1960s, Schuol also worked closely with Lacozette, helping to develop him as a striker.
Schuello played with Laczetes and Schüls youth team in the early 1960s.
Schuhler was also close to Laczette’s parents, and Schuehl made sure all the LaLacetys kids were educated in the way they needed to be to be able to play at the highest level.
He helped Laczetta develop as a defender, as he was also one of his best friends and he was always encouraging him.
But, of course, Schuyll also had a huge influence.
He coached him as well, helping him develop into a fantastic player.
Schühl also coached Laczeta in his early years, and also made sure the player was in good condition.
Schuler also played with the player, and they had a very close relationship.
Schuler was also very good in his coaching.
He is one of Lacazetz’s greatest admirers.
His coaching helped Lacaxetes development, and the players’ performances are one of those which are often compared to those of the best players.
The player that Schuyli mentored most in his career, Laczete, was one whose career was almost over by the time he was 30.
He started playing professionally in 1982, and made a name for himself in the French top flight for the