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During the last training session of the PSG, the players were required to do a guard of honour to their coach Thomas Tuchel. Find out why
Despite the crisis of Covid-19, nothing has changed in Paris. The players of the PSG always overwrites all their opponents and won their games handily. At least, in regards to friendly matches.
When it comes to a Cup final in France, the level displayed is not the same. This will not prevent, in spite of everything, to Thomas Tuchel and his players, to know a good deal.
Also, the two “groups” have come to prove that all was well between them. Indeed, Neymar, Di Maria or even Paredes have decided to make a guard of honor to the coach of PSG. But why have they made this choice ?
Is this in relation to their victory and their new trophy, won in the face of Saint-Etienne last weekend ? Not really, although the meeting still played a lot in this guard of honor.
In fact, the other “reason” was given by our confreres of Paris. The media know why the players of PSG had wanted to get two different sides to the entrance of the lawn to let their coach.
Simply because Tuchel seat on the bench in paris for a good time.
Tuchel has a right to a guard of honour from the players of the PSG
Because, yes, it’s been 100 games as German tactician takes care of Neymar, Mbappé and others. That is why a medal was given to him to congratulate him. The icing on the cake for him, as we used to know, a guard of honour stood.
Remains to be seen whether this will bring good luck to the coach of PSG. All the more that big deadlines are looming. In the first place, the parisians will have to dispose of Lyon in the final of the League Cup this Friday night.
But the appointment that everyone waits remains the quarter-final of the Champions League in the face of the formidable Atalanta Bergamo. A match in which Tuchel should have to do without his nugget Mbappé…
Unless the player of PSG reaches “n*quer” science as had been done by Adil Rami a few years ago with the OM.
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