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PSG: a hellish marathon of a month and a half to Qatar

PSG: a month and a half in the form of an infernal marathon to Qatar
From here to the World Cup, the people of Paris won’t have much time to catch their breath. OLIVIER CHASSIGNOLE / Agence France-Presse

TO ANALYZE – The French national team will compete in 11 matches in six weeks leading up to the World Cup. These matches will be split between Europe and the championship. Indigestible?

Cadence and rhythm that are straight out of hell. During this frantic stretch leading up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, this is what is in store for Paris Saint-Germain, as well as the other clubs that are competing in the European Cup (November 20-December 18). A pattern for Kylian Mbappé and the rest of the team? Certainly. But “The calendar has been revised once more for this year. It is quite condensed, as Christophe Galtier points out to PSGTV, admitting that he is keeping his fingers crossed that there will be some sort of management and, most importantly, that there will be no injuries “. Although the technician, who is 56 years old, is not easily fooled, he is acutely aware of the fact that despite all of his “vigilance” and that of the medical and performance personnel, “it won’t be possible.”

After this last international breath, the Rouge et Bleu will indeed play 11 games in a month and a half, starting with PSG-Nice this Saturday (9 p.m., 9th day of L1) and ending with the reception of Auxerre, no later than November 13 (9 p.m., 15th day), depending on the programming, date on which the clubs are ordered to put their players’ names in the…

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