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PSG should dump Blanc for Mourinho in long-term play for Pochettino

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on whether or not Mauricio Pochettino would leave Tottenham for PSG.

Paris Saint-Germain have reached the end of a cycle. Regardless of what happens in the Coupe de France final against bitter rivals Olympique de Marseille at Stade de France later this month -- a win would complete a second consecutive domestic clean sweep -- this season will be no better than last.

Because of a lack of clear progress made in the Champions League this campaign, the French champions need to think about making wholesale changes to the team and to the staff in order to kick on and...

Angel Di Maria, Serge Aurier disappoint in PSG's big win versus Rennes

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice, as PSG trounced Rennes to go 30 points clear in Ligue 1.

Paris Saint-Germain moved a provisional 30 points clear at the top of Ligue 1 with a 4-0 win over Stade Rennais at Parc des Princes on Friday.

After a drab first half, the French champions came to life five minutes into the second when Maxwell gave them the lead in spectacular style. Zlatan Ibrahimovic added two goals and Edinson Cavani rounded things off when he finally found the back of the net at the end of a frustrating evening for El Matador.

Much was made of a trip to Las Vegas involving a...

PSG must stay sharp in Ligue 1 vs. Rennes with cup final looming

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on whether or not Mauricio Pochettino would leave Tottenham for PSG.

Paris Saint-Germain are back in Ligue 1 action after last week's domestic cup doubleheader, with Stade Rennais the visitors to Parc des Princes on Friday.

An unconvincing 1-0 win away at FC Lorient earned Laurent Blanc's men a place in the Coupe de France final, where they will face bitter rivals Olympique de Marseille, while a fortuitous 2-1 victory over Lille OSC at Stade de France secured a third consecutive Coupe de la Ligue title.

Because of PSG's two domestic cup matches last week, the...

Ligue 1's fight for second and third place makes up for lack of title drama

Lyon and Monaco have the strongest shot at second place. Rafael, right, leveled to give OL a share of the points.

Forget the magic of a title race. It's overrated and anyway, in the end, except if you're watching English football (and probably just this year), the same teams always win: Paris Saint-Germain in France, Juventus in Italy, Bayern in Germany and Barcelona, Real or Atletico in Spain.

No, there is nothing like a huge mass sprint for the Champions League places. I'm being a touch ironic here, obviously, but the race for second, third and fourth place (depending on the country) is heating up very...

Marseille sack Michel as poor season threatens to turn into poor future

Michel joined a club in disarray with several key players sold last summer. It only got worse from there.

Shambolic. Farcical. Disastrous. Depressing. It's extremely sad if you are a Marseille fan, pretty amusing if you are not, and it's broadly terrible for French football. Their season is already in tatters -- they're 15th in Ligue 1, only six points clear of the bottom three -- but turned into an even bigger joke on Tuesday.

Two days before their French Cup semifinal at Sochaux, the club announced they were sacking their manager, Michel. The decision was taken on Monday evening by club owner Margarita...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic helps ease PSG's post-Champions League sting

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc plays down speculation that his side's defeat by Man City has him on the hot seat.

Paris Saint-Germain shook off the disappointment of their UEFA Champions League exit to Manchester City earlier in the week by flattening SM Caen 6-0 at the Parc des Princes on Saturday.

With a number of regular starters missing, coach Laurent Blanc constructed a team in their familiar 4-3-3 formation and the result was an effortless thrashing of Patrice Garande's men in the capital.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice, while Blaise Matuidi, Edinson Cavani, Angel Di Maria and Maxwell added goals.