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Dani Alves
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Part II: What’s Missing From the Psychology of PSG?

Inducing Flow, Elevating Playmakers It was in Part I where I shared a bit about flow theory and method; that flow, it was discovered, is that magical moment when everything seems to come together—and the

Gianluigi Buffon
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S3E15: Paris Shell-Shocked

It’s been nearly a week and we’re still trying to process what happened last Wednesday at the Parc des Princes. With a birth in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League so close they could

Thomas Tuchel
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Why Thomas Tuchel Has the Best Job in Football

Paris Saint-Germain, the formidable French giant, took somewhat of a risk, in the eyes of some, when they hired Thomas Tuchel last summer. The German undoubtedly had an impressive resume from his time at Borussia

Eric Choupo-Moting
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Player Ratings: Choupo-Moting 8/10 Against Dijon

Paris Saint-Germain dominated their recent match against Dijon FCO in the quarter-finals of the Coupe de France. Controlling possession and passing, the defending champions of the competition ended the day with three goals while shutting

Kylian Mbappe
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PSG Small Talk Podcast: Welcome to the Mbappé Show

Make that three wins in less than a week for Paris Saint-Germain. Last Sunday, Thomas Tuchel’s men took care of AS Saint-Étienne thanks to a Kylian Mbappé goal, then they defeated a feisty Montpellier HSC side 5-1

Marquinhos
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Marquinhos: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

There are athletes who are primarily remembered for their professionalism and strong moral principles. Thus, their physical and cerebral abilities become trivial to the larger context of their careers. It could be argued that an