Placed in the group of PSG in the Champions League, Jesse Marsch launched a first banderilla towards the club of the capital.
A year after a first shock in the semi-final at the Lisbon Final Four then a double confrontation during the group stage, the PSG and the RB Leipzig were again placed in the same Champions League group.
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A reunion that hardly tastes Jesse Marsch, the new coach of the German club. And all the more so since Manchester City is also on the program of the German club. According to him, the Citizens are also the most formidable opponent. “The toughest game is going to be the first at Manchester City. City are perhaps the most homogeneous team compared to PSG and I was hoping we would play against them later as we are still in the middle of our progression process ”, he told Kicker magazine.
The American technician also took the opportunity for a strong tackle for his two rivals, far too spendthrift for his taste on the transfer market. “My math scores at school and at university were absolutely correct. And to my knowledge, the spending of some clubs in relation to financial fair play doesn’t really work ”, he said, adding: “According to the sportsmanship of an American, European football is not fair”. And the coach of the RBL to add: “I think only cricket in India shows a bigger gap between the richest and the poorest clubs.”
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