Sport PSG, stop Neymar bashing: “Respect his career! "
PSG: Rafinha, Mbappé and Kean holders
© Supplied by Sports.fr He will make his debut with PSG on Friday in Nîmes. PSG aligns two of its recruits this Friday evening in Nîmes. Faced with numerous absences, Thomas Tuchel has chosen to launch his recruits Rafinha and Moise Kean Gallery: PSG: the calendar for the 2020-2021 season (Onze Mondial) for the movement of the PSG to Nîmes, this Friday evening. Just two days after his match with the Blues in Croatia, Kylian Mbappé also holds.
English footballer Jamie O'Hara, now a consultant, does not understand the systematic criticism of the PSG star.Neymar is one of that category of players who leave no one indifferent. For what he does, but also for what he is, and what he represents. Cleavage artist par excellence, the number 10 of Paris Saint-Germain is scrutinized in each match. His very whimsical style of play has already attracted the thunder of some observers and supporters, as at the last World Cup in Russia.
Gallery: Barça: Koeman's possible eleven this season (World Eleven)"We have to let go of the bunch" The Englishman Jamie O'Hara, notably passed by Tottenham, no longer supports this media buzz around the PSG superstar. " He has more than 100 caps with Brazil, he will beat Pelé 's goal record," exclaimed the Englishman, currently a consultant for Talk Sport. I think everyone would do well to respect Neymar more for his career. You have to let go, as soon as he has a bad game with Paris Saint-Germain, everyone slaughters him. He does amazing things, his style of play is unique. It's my opinion ".
PSG: Neymar out until the international break? .
© Panoramic New sale for Paris Saint-Germain. Although, it could have been worse… Released on injury against Istanbul Baseksehir , Tuesday, in the Champions League ( victory 2-0 ), Neymar Jr is leaving for an injury to the adductor according to information from RMC . Still according to the same source, the Brazilian will therefore miss the next three matches, in Nantes this Saturday (9 p.m.), at Leizpig next Wednesday (9 p.m.) in “Champions'” and against Rennes (November 7, 9 p.m.), it is that