Discussion in 'France' started by BrianCappellieri, Jul 17, 2002.
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After Ronaldinho transfer rumors,
Fernandez Blasts Club Owners
Ronaldinho comments on leaving PSG.
"I'm not going anywhere", Roni said. "We have a great team and this is going to be a great season. I have no reason to leave Paris Saint-Germain at this point of my career".
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Well, with the start of "Le Championnat" on August 3 and PSG's home opener in the promised land against Auxerre has anyone heard or read anything about Fox Sports World televising matches this season? Nothing's posted on their website nor on SoccerTV.com. Just rifled off an e-mail to Fox Sports World asking such a Q but thought I'd ask on this part of the boards.
If they want big ratings they will carry it because everyone knows French soccer is best.
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PSG close to selling Ronaldinho
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Inter are all set to joust again for Brazilian World Cup winner Ronaldinho after a cash crisis at PSG threw the striker back up for sale...
The Beautiful Game
PSG may be up for sale
Paris St Germain officials say they cannot rule out the possibility of the club being put up for sale...
PSG up for sale amid cash crisis
The owners of Paris St Germain have put the most glamorous club in France up for sale, casting a further shadow over the new season as European football grapples with a growing financial crisis...
another link on PSG's impending sale.
Thing is, selling ronaldinho makes the team a lot less valuable. Interesting quandry.
PSG being put up for sale has to do with the financial crisis @ Vivendi not football. Vivendi own "Canal +". This was not a big surprise to the people running PSG since "Canal +" has lost money for quite some time. They're cutting costs and trying to make a profit for a change, so PSG would be sold if the money's right. Doesn't mean they're shopping the club but if an offer is made, they'd more than likely take a serious look @ it.
As far as "Roni" being put back up for sale, I don't buy it. Aside from Man Utd, who else couold afford him @ this time? From what I've read in "L'Equipe", Luis Fernandez saw this coming a mile away and has managed to get a few players to decrease their wage demands. He's put together a team that can win "Le Championnat" as well as "UEFA Cup". The more the team wins, the more valuable the club and the more income for the club.
This summer PSG signed Ghanaian MF Alex Nyarko formerly of Everton, he should strengthen the squad
RONALDHINO OUT FOR PSG
World Cup winner Ronaldinho will be absent when Paris St Germain kick off their 2002/3 campaign at home to Auxerre on Saturday night...
PSG SILENCE THE BOO-BOYS
Paris St Germain beat the boo boys to get their Ligue 1 campaign off to a winning start against Auxerre at the Parc des Princes thanks to a penalty from Jose Da Silva Aloisio...
PSG Enter Race For Ahn
West Ham, Fulham, and Chelsea are also interested but he may run into trouble gaining a work permit. Even if Ahn is given one it would take weeks. He's desperate to leave Perugia and Paris seems the likely destination.
Frédéric Déhu, who is out of favor with Luis Fernandez, could join Anelka and Distin in Manchester City. The former captain of PSG could be lent with an option to buy.
Under contract until 2004, transfer prices is about 6.5 million euros. If this happens, the PSG could recruit a supplementary player in the next days.
That would make 4 former PSG players at Manchester City with Ali Benarbia already in place.
Edouard Cissé on loan to West Ham for 1 year.
Today PSG is away to Bordeaux.
The match ended 0-0.