We are fortunate to have Paris Saint-Germain fans around the world contribute to PSG Talk. Find your favorite and follow them on social media:
Bio: Dave is a moderator for the Paris Saint-Germain subreddit and has been supporting the club since 2005 thanks to some cleverly edited cutscenes in a FIFA video game. He insists that, yes, Pastore meant to do that.
Bio: Born in France and living in California, Guillaume has been a PSG fan since he was a teenager. Rumor says he actually watched Safet Susic play at Parc des Princes. He unconvincingly denies it.
Bio: 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.
Bio: Former PSG blogger, current PSG podcaster. President of the Jeremy Menez fan club.
Mel Brennan (@MelvinBrennan16)
Bio: Mel Brennan is a former Head of Special Projects for CONCACAF and was one of five delegates from North America to the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan. He is also a former visiting professor of sports studies at Towson University and implemented flow theory in his work with staff teams at The Walt Disney Company and SEGA GameWorks.
James Teague (@Teague13)
Jonathan Beristain (@jon_beristain)
Bio: I grew up in the 19th arrondissement of Paris and was raised at the Parc des Princes. PSG has always been an important aspect of my life. I have moved to the Hampton Roads area of Virginia but still, love my city as if I had never left. I am passionate about what I write about and can’t wait to be back at the Parc des Princes!