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Neymar, Mbappé and a Pivotal Stretch for PSG's Stable Future
Two years ago, the notion of Neymar committing his future to PSG seemed highly unlikely. How times have changed. There are times when it can feel as though the latter stages of the Champions League are a little like a game of pass the parcel. If you’re involved often enough then, in seasons when there is no obvious great side, the music will stop on you eventually. At least a couple of Real Madrid’s recent successes, and Chelsea’s in 2012, fall into that category, and it may be happening for Paris Saint-Germain this season.Perhaps that’s unfair.
The verdict fell Wednesday for Neymar Jr. before facing Bayern Munich in the Champions League, and to be decisive, the Brazil learned that he had erupted a suspension of two matches in Ligue 1, plus a Match with reprieve, after his red card received against Lille. How did the Discipline Commission decided? His Sebastien Geneux president explained in the columns of the team: "Initially, it is only two yellow cards, he explained, but what played in the sanction is The behavior that followed. It is Neymar who comes to provoking his opponent, they are dependent and it has aloud the very principle of the automatic suspension match. " Neymar is therefore warned. In addition to the trip Saturday in Strasbourg, he will miss the reception of Strasbourg on April 18th. And he will now be under the threat of his stay with stay, if he harves a yellow card at the next 10 meetings in National Competitions (League 1, Coupe de France).
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Neymar and Messi at PSG, it is validated .
© provided by Sports.co.uk became very close to Messi, Neymar decided to leave Barça in 2017 to emancipate. "I would like to replay with Messi. That's what I want the most. I would let it play in my place, there are no problems. I want to play with him again, that's for sure. We must do it next year. " These remarks held by Neymar after the victory offered by the PSG at Old Trafford will have a lot of ink.