PSG | Mercato Mercato – PSG: The transfer of Christophe Galtier is validated in Ligue 1
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While Mauricio Pochettino has been asked to pack up, Christophe Galtier will land at the controls of PSG. Passed by ASSE, Nice and Lille, where he notably won Ligue 1, the French technician is famous in the championship. His arrival at PSG has already aroused many reactions, especially from his French counterparts.
Paris continues to make changes internally. While the PSG intended to separate from Mauricio Pochettino, the negotiations took time. However, the departure of the Argentinian technician is now complete and a new coach arrives on the bench of the capital club.
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« I find it good that we give a chance to a French coach »
Recognized for having coached for 13 years in League 1 (ASSE, LOSC and Nice), Christophe Galtier will take up the position left vacant by Mauricio Pochettino. Indeed everything would be settled between the PSG and the Frenchman, and his transfer should be formalized very soon. Present Thursday at Lodge Camp, Christophe Galtier would have already had the opportunity to speak with Luis Campos about next season. And his arrival at Paris has caused a lot of reaction lately, and in particular on the side of the League 1.
“I hope he will have a good season”
During the press conference of Maxime Gonalons, the coach of Clermont Football, Pascal Gastien, validated the arrival of Christopher Galtier on the bench of PSG : “ Without wanting to denigrate (Mauricio) Pochettino, PSG’s best years in terms of play were when there was Laurent Blanc, whose love for the beautiful game we know. I hope he (Christophe Galtier) will a good season. I find it good that we give a chance to a French coach in a big French club “, he judged in remarks reported by The Team.
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