Category: Opinion

Thilo Kehrer

Making Sense of Paris Saint-Germain’s Transfer Window

Every summer, Paris Saint-Germain supporters expect the club to spend big in the summer transfer window. This past window, however, much much more conservative. With Financial Fair Play breathing down their necks and a witch

Adrien Rabiot

S3E2: Midfield? What Midfield?!

Paris Saint-Germain’s season is brand new but things are hardly settled at the Parc des Princes. For starters, there’s a new manager at the helm in Thomas Tuchel. Then you have academy players starting in

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How I Became a Paris Saint-Germain Supporter

I never imagined that my twenty-year-old self would become a Paris Saint-Germain supporter. Not because of anything having to do with the club, but because I never embraced soccer. But as I grow older and

Thomas Tuchel

PSG Look to Conquer Europe For the First Time

A summer of change at the Parc des Princes with manager Thomas Tuchel replacing treble winner Unai Emery in May, but experts expect it’ll be more of the same. Paris Saint-Germain is picked by many

Javier Pastore

Adios, Javier Pastore

In front of a lively Parisian crowd eager for the opening of the 2018-19 Ligue 1 season, my favorite player finally earned a send-off fitting of what he has given to the club. Though Javier

Timothy Weah

PSG Small Talk Podcast: Paris Sink Caen + Rabiot Criticism + Transfer Talk

After a long summer, Paris Saint-Germain’s Ligue 1 campaign kicked off on Sunday against Stade Malherbe Caen at the Parc des Princes. The reigning French champions easily dismissed the visitors 3-0 thanks to goals from Neymar