News: PSG 2011 - 2012 Ligue 1 and domestic cup match thread

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  1. InterFan76

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    Yeah it was the best I've seen him for PSG too. I don't get why Lugano hasn't been playing so well. I really hope he shows what he's really worth. He such a better player than what he's been showing this season so far. His last outing for Uruguay he played a full 90 and was great. You think it's nerves since he's at a bigger club? Also that non call on the pull of Lugano was such BS.


  2. NicolasN.

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    Lyon surprised e during the first half, they have put a lot of agressivty and had a lot of the ball. It's probably it's best half I've seen from Lyon this season. At the HT, Lyon deserved the lead. Douchez could have done better on Kallstrom's free kick, though.

    However, the second half was totally different, PSG was outstanding in the second in the half, movements everything was good except that PSG didn't get to score. The entrance of Pastore changed a lot of things. He's not only a leader in terms of skill but is also taking his responsabilities in terms of attitude and mental as we've seen against Caen and Lyon. For once, Gravelaine was right, it's not the kind of performance that makes you worried about the future of PSG. This team has the fighting spirit with, for example, Sirigu who is going nuts near the end of the game. This team has something special.
  3. N. Platini

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    Yeah I thought Lugano ( and Armand ) were really good last night . Both have been below standard whenever they've played but yesterday no one can fault them . Good games from both .

    About the referee , he was terrible for both teams . Arbitre de merde !!
  4. NicolasN.

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    Terrible performance against Bordeaux from the whole team except Jallet - who was given up yet again to deal with Tremoulinas alone because none of PSG offensive players considered pressing or bactracking the player in their area - and Sirigu. Sakho, since PSG has a result pressure again, is bad. Against Bordeaux his performance was...

    [​IMG]


  5. NicolasN.

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    Clap clap clap bravo Carlo. If PSG loses this match, he'll be the culprit for fielding this joke of a defense : Jallet, Bisevac, Camara and Armand. :cool:
  6. N. Platini

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    The line-up is ridiculous but really we've bad been for awhile , the last minute goals just delayed the inevitable . And we can't keep a clean-sheet even if our lives were dependent on it . Carlo is proving to be no better than AK tbh .

    At this point I'll be happy with 3rd place lol
  7. NicolasN.

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    Mollo scored the second goal for Nancy. This game reminds me of one against Valenciennes where Le Guen fielded a bunch of youngsters. Sportively it had no positive effects and when the players who were left out during a few games came back, they were destroyed mentaly. There's a huge risk that the group will implode after this game. I wouldnt be surprised if, for example, Nene, who has a bad temper, puts a mess in the locker room after this like he did at Monaco before to get loaned out to Espanol Barcelona.

    PSG lost this match because of horrendous defensive mistakes. What was Ancelotti expecting while fielding players who made PSG mediocre over the era of Colony Capital ? I also include Bisevac who is only here because of cronyism (I used google traduction:p), I'm still doing nightmares over his performance against Salzburg.

    This one if for you, Carlo.
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    WTF happen , i miss the whole game? i'm not surprised Mollo scored a goal tho hes really a good player , but seriously wtf this is Nancy !
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    correction this is Nancy at home a tough side for big clubs who usually end up losing or drawing to them, lyon/m'pellier/lille all have had trouble there, out of the top 5 only Toulouse has gotten a win at their home
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    Paris Saint-Germain [​IMG]v Olympique de Marseille[​IMG]

    "Le Classique"


    LIVE FOX SOCCER CHANNEL @ 3:00pm:eek:
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd-idn8M5YM"]PSG Marseille (Pauleta) - YouTube[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJGLnQzhJmw"]PAULETA MAGISTRALE GOAL - YouTube[/ame]

    PSG is waiting for his successor still.
  12. NicolasN.

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    As expected, it was a rough match but unlike the match at Marseille, this time PSG answered to Marseille roughness. It was "un match d'hommes". Too bad Sissoko got a red card near the end of the game, he was probably the best player on the pitch. Menez had a great performance too, made a lot of defensive efforts. His tackle during the last 15 minutes is the best symbol of it.
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    HAHAHAHA
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCDtuCP45SM"]Bus de marseille PSG-OM 09/04 - YouTube[/ame]
    HAHAHAHA
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-1X06nMMgA"]PSG OM 2012 un big mac pour gignac M - YouTube[/ame]
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    Nene ? Why should he leave PSG since he's having a good season, and was the best player during the past season ?
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    no doubt hes having the best year with PSG but its going to be his last in my eyes hes geting old i want young blood and we can still sell him for some cash:cool:
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    1-1 between AJA and PSG, a draw which feels like a loss given the number the opportunities PSG had to score a second goal. PSG had a good first half and in particular during the first 30 minutes with an excellent Bodmer. He's not really having a good season so it was probably his best game or at least his best first half. He was positioned rather low on the pitch when he received the ball, he oriented the game really well with a lot of simplicity. It's Bodmer, we know him, when he's a good day it's always a pleasure to see him play with his one touch passing, amazing football intelligence...

    After the first goal, there was what seemed to be arrogance on PSG side with chances that should have been converted easily but weren't like the one Nene had when he chose to beat the GK instead of shooting or passing the ball to Gameiro. PSG clearly slowed down after the goal. It's also coincided with the loss of visibily of Bodmer which also come into play in PSG slowing down since he was the intersection of all the offenses.

    It's also true, I did not understand the changes Ancelotti made during the second half. 3/4 of the defense has been changed, not really for the best, IMHO. I don't count the replacement of Maxwell since it seems that he's injured. BTW, Alex had a good match once again. However, the entrance Lugano and the repositioning of Bisevac on the right were not a good idea, IMHO.
    I understand why he made the choice of having a new right back since Jallet was yet again having a hard time defensively like against Nancy and Marseille. PSG conceded way too many crosses and all of them were on the right side. But you have to take into account the players at your disposal and not only willing to replace a player by another.

    I've given up hope of having a good RB this season. Jallet is a mediocre player, bad defensively but unfortunately he's the "best" right back at PSG since Ceara is even worse and Bisevac, if you put aside two games, has been very bad everytime he has been fielded there and against Auxerre it was kinda obvious that, despite the entrance of Lugano, he was still playing like a CB and covered his side very poorly. The situation of Bisevac reminds me Armand. Kombouaré, during the first half of the season, had the bright idea to field him as defensive midfielder because he has been good there once, against Bordeaux, a few years ago. It's the same thing with Bisevac, everytime he's back to the right he's not satisfying. As for Lugano criticizing him is useless, he's not PSG material.

    The second change that I didn't undestand is why Gameiro has been replaced. By his movements, his calls he was creating something. Even technically, which is not what he's the best at, he has been pretty good to say at least. He had a good match, the only thing we can criticize him for is that he has been caught offside too often because he started his calls too early which surprised me because usually it's not the case.

    Those changes destabilized the team.

    PS : I can't stand Matuidi and the fact he needs to touch the ball 2 or 3 times before to pass it. It's unbearable and slowering the pace of PSG play.

    ...and this message is way too long.
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    we really need to step it up and win the ligue, it is a great opportunity this year, we need to start beating this small teams ugh frustrating!
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    PSG must more hard work to cut their different points from 1st position. Go Go PSG you can do it :D
  21. NicolasN.

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    6-1. Huge performance, offensively, at least. Brilliant movements, goals, Pastore, almost everything was perfect.
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    A 6-1 win is a long time coming. You look at teams like Bayren, Barca, Real, Man U, etc and they sometimes smash teams by 4 or 5 goals and PSG never does that until now.
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    Sakho killed PSG. Bravo.
  25. N. Platini

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    We need to get rid of him in the summer ! Hopefully no one has paid attention to him this season so that he'll still be overrated to the many teams who have been interested in him for years .

    The referee was a joke but the story remains the same . Typical Paris self-destructing . I'd love to see a stat on how many games we haven't won from winning positions this season . It's ridiculous .

    This " project " has been a failure .

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