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Marc is PSG Talk's man in New York. A PSG fan since a trip to Paris in 2008, his fandom ratcheted up when a BeIN sports came to America in 2013. He one day hopes to celebrate a champions league victory with a lot of adult beverages. What he doesn't want you to know is that he actually likes the new 2017-2018 PSG home kit.

Neymar
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Footballing Socialism

French football has always been a little different. Different in the sense that your quirky cousin who visits during the holidays is different. You know, the one that makes obscure references that only he understands?

PSG Supporters
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‘Twas the Year in Paris: A Video Diary of 2018

‘Twas another year in Paris, and we’ve been here before European ambitions, dashed on Spanish Moors Emery’s men came to Madrid for a fight But for the two-time champs came barely a fright Les Parisians

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Champions League Math Explained

You may be surprised to learn that being a PSG Talk contributor doesn’t exactly pay the bills. My actual job is being a teacher, so, with that being said, I decided to give a mini-tutorial

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PSG Small Talk Podcast: Famous Last Words

Paris Saint-Germain’s path to the Round of 16 of the Uefa Champions League is pretty straightforward—defeat Trinidad and Tobago and on you go. Depending on outside forces, Les Parisiens may not even have to defeat Bulgaria.

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Is Cavani’s Time in Paris Coming to an End?

Last Sunday’s match against Olympique Lyonnais was fascinating to watch for multiple reasons. It showed that Paris Saint-Germain could overcome a bit of adversity to thrash a worthy challenger. The game also showed a more

Presnel Kimpembe
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Kimpembe For Captain: How The Frenchman Could Save PSG

Paris Saint-Germain’s death march through the UEFA Champions League has traversed multiple years, multiple managers, sporting directors, players, and Financial Fair Play investigations. Through PSG’s inconsistency, the only real constant is Champions League disappointment. It’s