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Melville: Declining attack could doom PSG

 
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Clement Chantome departure sadly ends a key chapter in PSG's history

Sadly for some fans, Chantome's exit brings PSG closer to the end of the pre-QSI era.

And then there was one. After Clement Chantome's departure for Ligue 1 rivals Girondins de Bordeaux on Friday, only one Paris Saint-Germain youth academy product who was present in the first team at the time of Qatar Sports Investments' (QSI) takeover of the capital club remains in the club: Jean-Christophe Bahebeck.

Chantome leaves Paris after 15 years of loyal service and with him, another chunk of the French champions' pre-QSI image dissolves. Mamadou Sakho's departure in the summer of 2013...

Paris Saint-Germain ride Ezequiel Lavezzi, Thiago Silva to victory

Paris Saint-Germain players celebrate with Ezequiel Lavezzi, center, after he scored the lone goal in their 1-0 win versus Stade Rennes.

Paris Saint-Germain picked up their third consecutive Ligue 1 victory with a narrow 1-0 win over Stade Rennes at Parc des Princes on Friday night. The French champions kicked off a testing 29-day stint with three points that provisionally move them to within one point of league leaders Olympique Lyonnais and three clear of Olympique de Marseille.

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While Laurent Blanc's men were still not at their absolute best, they got the job done and secured an important victory to put some pressure on their...

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Paris Saint-Germain and Ezequiel Lavezzi keep pressure on Lyon

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Paris Saint-Germain players celebrate with Ezequiel Lavezzi after the first and only goal in their 1-0 win vs. Rennes.

Paris St Germain kept the heat on Ligue 1 leaders Lyon as they moved into second thanks to a 1-0 victory over Rennes at Parc des Princes on Friday night.

Ezequiel Lavezzi struck just before the half-hour mark as the hosts took the lead and held on to record a narrow victory and extend their winning streak to five matches in all competitions.

Laurent Blanc's reigning champions sit one point behind Lyon and two ahead of third-placed Marseille, both of whom have yet to play this weekend, while the...

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Paris Saint-Germain 'really hit' by financial fair play, says Laurent Blanc

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to PSG fans who are suing over UEFA's financial fair play rule, and does not expect the supporters to get very far.
Gab weighs in on Manchester United's potential Radamel Falcao swap for PSG's Edinson Cavani.
Frank Leboeuf comments PSG's inconsistent form in Ligue 1, who currently four points behind league leaders Lyon.

Laurent Blanc has said Paris Saint-Germain are unlikely to make any signings in the transfer window, adding that UEFA's financial fair play sanctions have hit the French champions hard.

PSG, along with Premier League winners Manchester City, were punished when UEFA issued its first wave of FFP punishments last summer.

In addition to being forced to reduce their deficit and having their Champions League squad cut to 21 players, the club were restricted to buying one player up to a value of 60 million...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's potential absence comes at a bad time for PSG

A Zlatan Ibrahimovic penalty was the difference between PSG and St. Etienne, with Laurent Blanc pleased with his side's display.

On Friday, Paris Saint-Germain welcome Stade Rennais to the Parc des Princes in Ligue 1 for a game that will kickoff a potentially decisive period in the French champions' season. The visit of the Breton outfit is the first of seven matches over a 29-day period that spans all four competitions that Laurent Blanc's men still find themselves alive in.

This is the calm before the storm. By the end of those 29 days, once PSG have hosted Toulouse in Le Championnat on Feb. 21, we should have a much better...