PSG: Pochettino must be fired, Paris angry

The Paris Saint-Germain coach is now facing increasingly brutal attacks, and this is still the case after his team’s draw in Lyon.

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Confirmed in his role as coach of Paris SG during the holidays by Leonardo in person, Mauricio Pochettino must still understand that he can no longer convince many on the side of Parisian supporters, but also journalists and consultants . With a workforce that still makes everyone dream, the Argentine coach can not find the right settings and his team plays a football unworthy of the players who compose it. Against Olympique Lyonnais, Sunday as part of the 20th day of Ligue 1, it was not until the entry of young players in the second half to allow PSG to finally have a real conquering face. All this begins to make a lot of arguments against the former manager of Tottenham, who succeeds in making Wijnaldum, Icardi or even Paredes completely harmless players. When returning to the match in Lyon, Le Parisien shoots red balls on Mauricio Pochettino.

PSG played 9 against 11, Pochettino accused

For Dominique Sévérac, it is not so much the result which is opposable to the Argentinian coach, but it is above all his choices in each match. And some questions arise about the analysis made by Pochettino of its workforce. ” No player is progressing with Pochettino and his training has most often been the loss of the ball one-on-one (…) With ten points ahead of his dolphin Nice, PSG took the luxury of play nine against eleven against the Lyonnais, aligning Colin Dagba and Georginio Wijnaldum. They have to be fantastic in practice to earn that visibility, but Mauricio Pochettino’s problem may be that he doesn’t watch the games. Everyone knows, these two players are successful ghosts because they give the ball to the feet, but their coach continues to align them when other solutions exist. », Thundered the boss of the football service of the daily Ile-de-France. The rest of the season may be long for Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain, but whose fault is it?

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