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Born in Brussels, Raised in London, Live in Paris. PSG season ticket holder and aspiring football coach.

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Six Potential Transfers PSG Should Consider in 2018

Ah, transfers. Love them or hate them, they make the football world go around. For a big club like Paris Saint-Germain, you have to mean business when talking transfers, something the club certainly did last

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Predicting PSG’s Starting Lineup and Formation for the Rest of the 2017-18 Season

After 19 games played, Paris Saint-Germain are a full nine points clear at the top of Ligue 1, have a succulent tie against the reigning European champions, are through to the next round of the

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Everything You Need to Know About PSG and Financial Fair Play

Paris Saint-Germain chairman and chief executive officer Nasser Al-Khelaifi has just returned to Paris after a three-month tour of Europe with his bank on speed-dial. During the span of the summer transfer window, PSG managed

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Predicting PSG’s Starting Lineup and Formation for 2017-18 Season

The 2017-18 Ligue 1 season has finally kicked off…that is, if you didn’t miss it after all the buzz and fanfare following Neymar Jr.’s official move to the French capital. The 2-0 win over newly

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Paris Saint-Germain More French Than Ever?

At 5 p.m. on January 23, 2016, approximately 46,000 spectators settled into their seats at the Parc des Princes awaiting an afternoon of football with the words of Phil Collins’ “Who Said I Would” still

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Humiliation

Shame, embarrassment, degradation, indignity, disgrace, disrespect, humiliation. Utter, utter humiliation. The eyes of the world were focused on the Camp Nou Wednesday night as Paris Saint-Germain looked poised to reach their fifth consecutive UEFA Champions