After the meetings with AS Monaco and FC Girondins de Bordeaux, Paris Saint-Germain has given a lot to talk to the press, experts, and fans.
With the tendency to have leads slip away, the attitude has changed from one half to another, which has concerned manager Thomas Tuchel.
For former PSG Féminine and French national team player, Laure Boulleau, who spoke on Canal Football Club, the responsibility falls particularly Tuchel to solve this repetitive problem that can also cost the capital club dearly in the Champions League and Ligue 1, which is seeing their points gap shrink to two points.
“There is a physical aspect, okay, but I’m having a hard time understanding what’s going on mentally to have an involvement that goes from ‘on’ to ‘off.’ Because even before the release of Verratti, I found that there were failures in terms of replacement, in terms of the intensity of the duels. There was a lot of bullet loss. Mbappé was also in difficulty at the level of the finish,” Boulleau said. “I don’t know what’s going on, but it’s up to the coach to find the keys. Because it’s not possible to have such a change from one period to another.”
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