After the departure of Thomas Tuchel, the Parisian ultras wished to emphasize the fact that the German coach had been able to take his club to the Champions League final. Will his successor do as well?
Now that PSG have got rid of Thomas Tuchel, it might have been fashionable to criticize the German’s record. In particular its generally disappointing results, in view of the means and ambitions of the club, and especially a game plan sometimes difficult to decipher, which gave irregular results.
The Parisian ultras, they waited until Tuchel’s departure was formalized to react, paying tribute to him. “Thank you to Mr Thomas Tuchel for his commitment to the club during these years, wrote the Collective Ultras Paris. Thank you for all these trophies won and this historic journey in the Champions League. Good continuation. “
Thank you to Mr Thomas Tuchel for his commitment to the club during these years.
Thank you for all these trophies won and this historic journey in the Champions League.@TTuchelofficial
Good continuation pic.twitter.com/awGoxcYRIh
– Ultras Paris collective (@Co_Ultras_Paris) December 29, 2020
The CUP therefore prefers to retain the positive, and this Champions League final, the first in the history of the club. And sends his greetings to Tuchel, as some players have done, like Kylian Mbappé and Timothée Pembélé. Moreover, the departure of the German coach was not necessarily greeted as good news by the Parisian locker room. Like Neymar, who would have confided his surprise, he who was the player around whom Tuchel was trying to build his team. At PSG, the German did not only have enemies, far from it. His successor, Mauricio Pochettino, will have to do better than him, and this is not necessarily a given.
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