The new jerseys of PSG’s new-look side have come a long way from the old-fashioned ones, but there are still a few differences that need to be addressed in order to ensure the French giants remain relevant for years to come.
Pep Guardiola is now in charge of a side who have already won two Champions Leagues, a treble and two Ligue 1 titles in his five years in charge.
He is the first coach in the Premier League to be named the best coach in world football, ahead of Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti.
Guardiola has managed to get away with the traditional style of the PSG brand in his first five years, despite a history of being criticized for his tactical and tactical-related decisions.
His team’s attacking style is one that is well-known for its fluidity and unpredictability, but it is also capable of producing goals.
“PSG have managed to build a team that is more flexible than most teams in the world,” said Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
“The players are playing for each other, they are playing with a bit more passion and a bit of intensity, which I think makes them a bit stronger and more physical, and that’s what I like about them.”
Pascal Dupont, another Arsenal player who plays in the same team as Oxlad-Champerlain, agreed that the team is now better equipped to cope with the new challenges.
“I think it’s good because now we know what the new players are going to be able to do,” he said.
“Now they have a bit bit more freedom to go on the attack.
However, there is still a bit to be desired in the overall style of play. “
And it’s always good to have players who are going and making those decisions.”
However, there is still a bit to be desired in the overall style of play.
PSG play a 4-2-3-1 formation, which involves a number of wing-backs, with Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey as central midfielders.
The defensive midfielders are in place to stop teams from having the freedom to press high up the pitch and then exploit the space left in the middle.
While there is a lack of creativity in the current squad, there are plenty of positives to take away from this, especially in the defensive department.
In addition to the changes that have been made to the team, it has also been revealed that the French coach has also changed the number of home games in the coming season.
It is the most the French side will ever play at home, but that is not enough for Dupont and his teammates.
“It’s been a bit difficult,” Dupont said.
“The fans have been very patient with us, we’ve been playing a lot of games in their stadium, and they’re very supportive of us.
They know what we’re trying to do and that it’s important for us to play in front of their fans.”
That’s why we have played three home games this season, we have a lot more to play for, and we want to play at the top of the table.
“Dupont’s teammates have also taken to Twitter to express their disappointment at the change in form.”
What are you doing?
You have been here for a long time and now you are gone.” “
We are all sad to see you guys go away.
You have been here for a long time and now you are gone.”
“@pavlatov @psg_official: Paris Saint Germain fans, how are you so happy to see us leaving?
It’s time to quit.””@psg2: Paris SA: The new PSS shirts have a new look and feel, but not all the same.
They are a little more flexible.
I like the way the team plays.
I’m sad for the fans, especially the PSS fans.
The fans were very supportive.
PS G is still one of the best teams in world.
You know how much I admire them.
PS 1 will be back next year.
#LaLiga”Paris SA” added Sylvain Lefèvre.