But despite that success he has not always been a popular coach and has earned himself a reputation as a controversial character.
Escalettes said Domenech must change his ways and avoid the sort of comments the president described as "sometimes like pouring vinegar on a wound".
"He only has one mission now, to concentrate on what happens on the field," Escalettes added. "Now the communication has to be focused on the French team, not personal viewpoints.
"In my opinion this communication was sometimes disastrous, aggressive and lacking clarity. He has a few years of experience behind him, and it's up to him to show he can bounce back from this failure."
France's first qualifier for the 2010 World Cup is back in Vienna against Euro co-hosts Austria on 6 September.
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