's squad are in a mutinous mood following their 44-8 humiliation at the hands of England - according to reports across the Channel.
Scrum-half Morgan Parra strongly hinted at unrest caused by Jacques Brunel's coaching regime when he said: 'I think that we are capable of doing what the English do.
'These are very simple things that are today part of high-level rugby, but do we work on it? No.'
An unnamed French player was quoted in the rugby newspaper Midi Olympique saying - in reference to the game at Twickenham: 'It was chaos. Nobody knew which position to play. We were lost on the pitch.'
Former France flanker Serge Betsen tweeted: 'My soul is shaken. What are our objectives? What are we fighting for? We need some ideas; a fresh start.'
Midi Olympique had run the headline 'Waterloo' alongside text stating: 'It is to cry, the XV of Jacques Brunel's France never existed against England.
'The Blues took a real lesson in rugby, cold and humiliating.
'It is urgent to change everything.'