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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.

Mbappe and Neymar
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Mbappé & Neymar: Paris Saint-Germain’s Dueling Guitars

A lot will be written over the next 10 months about Paris Saint-Germain. Some positive, but mostly negative. There will be things said about the new manager, and his tactics and techniques. There will also

France National Team
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Ruthless Consistency: How France Won the World Cup

Twenty years after they first lifted the most prestigious trophy in team sports, the Equipe de France hoisted it for the second time as rain symbolically poured down in a kind of euphoric release. It’s a

Gianluigi Buffon
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The Pros and Cons of PSG Signing Gianluigi Buffon

Paris Saint-Germain officially made their first major signing of the 2018 summer transfer window on Friday. His name is Gianluigi Buffon. He is a name that has been interwoven into the fabric of the beautiful

Robert Lewandowski
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I Hate the Transfer Window 2: Electric Boogaloo

Hello friends and welcome to the second annual edition of I Hate the Transfer Window where we take a deep dive into the dark recesses of football twitter to extract the sticky, gooey, nonsense that

Adrien Rabiot
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Adrien Rabiot: Innocence Lost

Nearly four months ago, a crestfallen Adrien Rabiot stood in front of the television cameras after Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-1 loss at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and lamented how year after year, his team couldn’t compete with

Unai Emery
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Unai Emery Is the Master of His Own Demise

In the end, it was a mundane Friday press conference before a mundane Ligue 1 fixture. His revelation dripped with commonality. The two toughest years of his professional carer ended with a shrug and dreary