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Marquinhos now indispensable at PSG

PSG Sep 9, 2014
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 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
4 hours ago

Marquinhos' maturity a bright spot in PSG draw at Ajax

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc came to the defence of Lucas Moura, despite the Brazilian's miss during their 1-1 UEFA Champions League draw with Ajax.

Paris Saint-Germain's UEFA Champions League ambitions suffered an early setback as AFC Ajax held them to a 1-1 draw in Amsterdam on Wednesday. Things started perfectly for the Ligue 1 champions in Group F; with Edinson Cavani firing them into the lead after 14 minutes at the Amsterdam Arena, before a late Lasse Schone free kick saved the Dutch giants what was eventually a well-earned point.

PSG had the chances to win the game -- notably a glaring Lucas Moura miss early in the second half -- but...

 Posted by Michael Cox
8 hours ago

What's the reason behind PSG's current struggles?

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc came to the defence of Lucas Moura, despite the Brazilian's miss during their 1-1 UEFA Champions League draw with Ajax.

Usually clubs with wealthy benefactors aren't simply attempting to buy success. They're also attempting to buy style -- and it's extremely difficult to achieve both.

Chelsea, for example, enjoyed an instant turnaround in fortunes after Roman Abramovich bought the club in 2003: They won the title within two years but weren't exciting to watch under Jose Mourinho. A few years later, Andre Villas-Boas, appointed to bring good attacking football to the club, achieved poor results, while his successor,...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
23 hours ago

Player Ratings: PSG stunned in Amsterdam by resilient Ajax

Lasse Schone's free kick stole the draw for Ajax against an underwhelming PSG side.

On its own, a 1-1 draw away at AFC Ajax is not to be frowned upon for Paris Saint-Germain. They may not be among the favourites for the UEFA Champions League, but the Dutch giants can more than hold their own against most sides in Europe still.

What is so disappointing for the French champions is the manner of the draw. Especially with so many good chances wasted -- particularly Lucas Moura's in the second half -- and the fact that PSG have lost early ground on Barcelona in Group F.

Although a Barca...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
3 days ago

PSG need to hit their stride versus Ajax

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to PSG's draw against Rennes.

Paris Saint-Germain travel to Amsterdam on Wednesday to face four-time European champions AFC Ajax in their opening UEFA Champions League Group F clash. Les Parisiens come into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw at Stade Rennais last weekend and Laurent Blanc's men are yet to really hit their stride domestically.

The French champions will be motivated ahead of their clash with Frank de Boer's side at the Amsterdam Arena, though, as they are under no illusions that they cannot afford to make...

3 days ago

PSG interested in one thing: winning the Champions League

Barcelona and PSG should cruise through to the knockout rounds, according to the ESPN FC group, but Apoel and Ajax are no pushovers, as proved in previous competitions.

PARIS -- I have lived in Paris for 12 years and never imagined it would become a soccer city, but it is now. Even in the most well-to-do neighborhoods these days you see kids (and sometimes even Parisian adults) wearing Paris-Saint Germain tops, usually with Zlatan Ibrahimovic's No. 10 on the back.

When PSG play, people fill cafes to watch. Match tickets have become almost impossible to get. And the Parc des Princes, the club's stadium, now feels safe, even tame. The hard-core and occasionally violent...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
4 days ago

Stale PSG held by Rennes as Laurent Blanc runs out of ideas

Rennes' Abdoulaye Doucoure scored to hold PSG to a draw on Saturday.

Paris Saint-Germain's poor run of away form continued in Ligue 1 as the French champions were held to a 1-1 draw by Stade Rennais at the Stade de la Route de Lorient on Saturday. Laurent Blanc's men have now drawn all three of their away fixtures in le Championnat this season, but despite remaining unbeaten, their performance left a lot to be desired.

Veteran defender Zoumana Camara managed to score to put PSG ahead in the first-half, but les Parisiens contrived to allow Rennes to score the most...