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PSG coach Christophe Galtier welcomes his former club, Nice, to the lawn of the Parc des Princes this Saturday evening. If in the standings, all is well for the leader of the championship, undefeated in France and Europe, extra-sporting affairs could disturb this beautiful start to the season.
It’s the return of Ligue 1, after two weeks of international break. On Friday, Olympique de Marseille temporarily took the lead in the championship by beating Angers 3-0. This Saturday evening, it is the PSG which finds the French lawns. The capital club receives Nice, the former club of Christophe Galtier. If at the accounting level all is well for the Parisians, several extra-sporting affairs could disturb this beautiful start to the season.
Apparently everything is fine…
Apparently all is well for Paris Saint-Germain, the undisputed leader of the championship, undefeated in France and Europe. But it’s behind the scenes that it squeaks. In addition to having to manage the war of egos between Kylian Mbappé and Neymar, coach Christophe Galtier finds himself once again in the spotlight.
There was the land yachting affair, and now it’s his season in Nice last year that’s sparking all the speculation. What happened on the Côte d’Azur? “If I explain the reasons, he no longer enters a locker room in France and in Europe”, launches Julien Fournier, former director of football in Nice.
Rumors that the Parisian coach evacuates with the back of his hand: “When you are the coach of Paris Saint-Germain, there is great exposure, I cannot and I do not want to get tired, exhausted to answer or to debate on all that is said.
Nice is precisely the opponent of PSG this Saturday evening. Eaglets who started their season very badly, only 13th. One of the consequences, perhaps, of the revolution this summer with 13 recruits and 15 departures including that of Christophe Galtier. Galtier who will want to prepare as well as possible for the trip to Lisbon on Wednesday in the Champions League and avoid new embarrassing questions.
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