Christophe Galtier hits the key at PSG


Something has changed since then Christophe Galtier arrived at Camp des Loges. People close to the locker room assure Mundo Deportivo that the French coach is off to a good start, knowing the importance of winning the PSG players through words but above all through example: “He prepares every training session in detail, and that is appreciated”, they insist. The good start of the season also responds to well-applied discipline.

Christophe Galtier is face in his first conversation with the group. Without work, talent is of little use: “You have to know how to find pleasure in sacrifice,” he said in his presentation, exactly what he was looking for. Al Khelaifi at this stage that begins. A change that has already been seen in the first three days of the league, with a PSG that, apart from scoring, promises to run and work hard when they need to defend.

This Sunday they host Monaco in search of their fourth straight win. This morning’s training was dominated by the good atmosphere and the jokes spent between each other, some even caused by the same. Christophe Galtier. The staff prepared an exercise in pairs where they mixed up the traditional ‘rock, paper and scissors’ game to determine who completed each move, the source of much of the laughter heard at Camp des Loges.

The problem is buried in between Neymar Y Mbappe, PSG had a quiet and conflict-free week. At this point, his coach warned that it is also necessary to win a balance in the locker room that Paris is gradually catching a glimpse of, with some satisfied footballers because they finally see that there is an idea, a working method and a plan which is prepared. to do things right. And while it doesn’t guarantee success, at least it helps to get closer to it.

Source: La Verdad


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