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Ed is the founder of PSG Talk. When he's not blogging about Paris Saint-Germain he's usually in the backyard practicing his Zlatan scorpion kicks.

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PSG Small Talk Podcast: Paris Saint-Germain Philosophy

Your favorite online bloggers are back with another episode of PSG Small Talk! Before we get started with today’s episode, let us thank ESPN FC‘s Craig Burley for being the crotchety old man that he

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S3E10: Examining PSG’s Tactics Under Thomas Tuchel

One of the biggest complains throughout the Unai Emery-era at Paris Saint-Germain was his inability to adjust the formation of the squad. For two seasons, Emery would deploy a very vanilla 4-3-3 formation regardless of

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PSG Small Talk Podcast: Paris Outlast Liverpool and Napoli to Win Group C

Paris Saint-Germain traveled to Serbia on Tuesday to face Red Star Belgrade in the sixth and final game of the UEFA Champions League group stage with plenty on the line. A win would see them

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S3E9: How PSG Defeated Liverpool and What Happens Next?

We could talk about Paris Saint-Germain’s last few Ligue 1 matches (Toulouse FC, FC Girondins de Bordeaux, and Racing Club de Strasbourg Alsace) or even discuss the recent form of former PSG great Jérémy Ménez in Liga

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PSG Small Talk Podcast: Bordeaux Draw + More Liverpool + Brazilian Influence

It’s been a busy week for Paris Saint-Germain. Last Wednesday, they played the most important game of their season so far and on Sunday, they put their 14-game winning streak on the line as they

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Match in Photos: PSG Silence Critics With Win Over Liverpool

Few thought Paris Saint-Germain were capable of the kind of performance they displayed on Wednesday night. With their UEFA Champions League aspirations on the line, the reigning French champions welcomed Liverpool FC to the Parc