In response to allegations made by his previous manager in Nice that the Parisian coach had engaged in “serious stuff,” the former manager held a press conference on Thursday.
The counterattack is led by Christophe Galtier. At a news conference held at Camp des loges on Thursday, the PSG coach was asked reasonable questions regarding the incident, which took place the day after Julien Fournier’s hostile outburst against him. “The former coach of Nice confesses that he was initially unsurprised by how the player expressed. It should not come as a surprise because being a PSG coach puts you in the public eye, and I don’t want to get worn out by having to respond to everyone’s questions. Because of the function, we find ourselves engaging in debates one after the other. However, it does not surprise me how knowledgeable the man is.
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The previous day, the previous sports director of the GYM had reprimanded “matters that are far more important than football on the airwaves of RMC. “Fournier, who had attracted “Galette” in Nice, had guaranteed Fournier that Christophe would never longer go into a locker room in France or Europe if he explained the real reasons why we had clashed. “Galette” in Nice had caught Fournier’s attention.
Saturday evening will see a get-together of old friends at the park.
This expedition contributed to boosting the fever a few days before the reunion between the Parisian coach and his former club, which was scheduled to take place Saturday evening at the Parc des Princes (9 p.m.). When asked to comment on the difficult beginning to the season experienced by the Aiglons (they are currently ranked 13th in Ligue 1), Galtier stated that he was not overly concerned that Lucien Favre, comforted despite the headwinds, could finally start the machine: “Since Favre is a seasoned coach, I do not doubt that they have both a team and a coach that are capable of elevating them to the highest level.
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