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  1. StarrMatthieu

    StarrMatthieu Member

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    Re: PSG Transfer Thread

    i have three words "GUIGNOL is right"
     


  2. SportBoy333

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    Kezman is the 2nd best forward on the team in my opinion. I'd take him over Luyindula although you can argue both are interchangable. Luyindula never accomplished what Kezman has done in his career. I dont know why Le Guen favors Peguy I guess its because he didnt want Kezman he wanted Jimmy Briand.
     
  3. guignol

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    peguy has made statements supporting him and calling him a great player, but i've never seen him play anything but catastrophically and PSG is on TV a lot.

    they do have this in common: when peguy was knocking them in for OL i swore he was the luckiest striker alive, and the goals kezman has scored this year are in the same vein, all bad bounces and deflections off his shins. paradoxically luyindula is playing better this year rhan i've ever seen, he really looks gifted at times.

    hasn't accomplished what kezman has? never played in serbia, holland or turkey either!
     
  4. StarrMatthieu

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    Re: PSG Transfer Thread

    FRANCE/ PSG, Real Madrid on Landreau

    Paris Saint Germain's French goalkeeper Mickaël Landreau (29) is tracked by Real Madrid. According to rumors, the former Nantes player could go to the Blancos this summer as Iker Casillas's second.
     


  5. SportBoy333

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    ^Doesnt seem very credible to me.
     
  6. HADJI

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    I think this will open the door for Charles Itandje to take over as the PSG keeper.
     
  7. Inara

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    How has Landreau been doing this season? Stats don't tell the full picture, but I've only seen two PSG games all season.

    At one point, Landreau was on quite a few transfer lists, but the last two years have really been bad career wise.
     
  8. guignol

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    i've seen PSG on tv quite a lot, and he's doing pretty well in my opinion.
     
  9. stokecity

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    any idea if i could get tickets to the le harve game in april
     
  10. guignol

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    on the PSG website http://www.psg.fr/en/Saison/207001/Billetterie you can order in english but have to register for the site first; if you're particularly interested in the club you might foind that rewarding in itself.

    if you can get by in french these two places sell tix and will mail them to you.

    http://www.spectacles.carrefour.fr/goDisponibilite.do?direct=1&codman=PAHA9&seance=0

    http://be.fnacspectacles.com/place-spectacle/manifestation/Football-PSG---LE-HAVRE-PAHA9.htm
     
  11. stokecity

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    thanks very much will try the website.do games normally sell out or is it possible to pay on the day
     
  12. Antoine

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    Paris will play against Nice and Le Havre in April. Not big matches, so you can buy tickets on the day of the match, but the cheapest seats may will sell.
     
  13. stokecity

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    thanks for your help. .
     
  14. Can PSG fan

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    There is the PSG store on the Champs-Elysees where you can get tickets from. Unless it is for one of the bigger games you can get tickets the day of. Don't get the cheapest seats unless you wanna stand with the ultras.
     
  15. Can PSG fan

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    Is Horeau doing well enough to interest bigger clubs or is PSG safe because of his age?
     
  16. SportBoy333

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    No one is safe anymore in modern football especially PSG since they arent flushed with cash. So far Ive read that Stuttgart and Juventus are interested in his services.
     
  17. stokecity

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    thanks again.is there anywhere to park a car,or is it easier to park elsewhere and get a train.ill be travelling from compiegne
     
  18. SportBoy333

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    I hope Makalele doesnt retire and plays 1 more year. I think he'd done at the end of the year because he's not being definate about continuing on.
     
  19. guignol

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    hope it's not to late to strongly recommend taking the train from compiègne: parking in paris in general is never simple, that particular part of town is far from the easiest, and on a match day gold-plated suicide.
     
  20. SportBoy333

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    A new investor needs to be announced really soon, otherwise this summer isnt looking too good. We already know CC has little money to spend. If they cant find an investor then I lose faith in all of French football since theres no excuse for this club not to be better than is.
     
  21. StarrMatthieu

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    Selon une indiscrétion publiée mercredi par L'Equipe, Claude Makelele (36 ans, 30 matches de L1 cette saison) aurait sondé Patrick Vieira (32 ans, 18 matches dont 9 titularisations en Serie A cette saison, 1 but) pour lui proposer de rejoindre le Paris Saint-Germain la saison prochaine. Le milieu récupérateur aimerait voir son ex-partenaire en Bleu le retrouver dans la capitale. Toujours selon le quotidien sportif, l'Intériste n'aurait pas dit non. Outre les incertitudes quant à l'état de santé de l'ancien Gunner, sous contrat avec les Nerazzurru jusqu'en 2010, reste à savoir avec quels moyens le PSG règlerait une aussi coûteuse opération...

    According to an indiscretion published Wednesday by L'Equipe, Claude Makelele (36, 30 matches this season L1) would have sounded Patrick Vieira (32 years, 18 games including 9 tenure in Serie A this season, but 1) to offer to join Paris Saint-Germain next season. The recovery environment would like to see her ex-partner in the Blue up in the capital. Still according to the sports daily, Inter would not have said no. In addition to uncertainties about the health of the former Gunner, under contract with Nerazzurru until 2010, remains to be seen with how the PSG would resolve such a costly operation ...
    :D
     
  22. StarrMatthieu

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    here a bad idea..... MR OLIVER KAPO

    Olivier Kapo (28, 19 Premier League matches this season, a goal) is planning to leave Wigan this summer. The offensive midfielder french does not return to France. The former Auxerre would be particularly well at the Paris Saint-Germain, the club of his heart. "I look forward to the season ends. Then I am opening up to other horizons, Kapo gave to France Football. This season has allowed me to think much, to have an awareness. I made a mini-review of my career. I'm 28 and I think I still have nice things to show. The qualities I had in 20 years have not flown. I need a coach who to trust me. I decided to resume my career in hand. I am not against a return to France. In life, you must know what you want. The sporting challenge, a coach who trusted me, my only priority today. And if the PSG is looking for a left winger, they know where to find me. " The appeal is launched

    Olivier Kapo (28 ans, 19 matchs en Premier League cette saison, un but) envisage de quitter Wigan cet été. Le milieu de terrain offensif français n'exclut pas un retour en France. L'ancien Auxerrois se verrait bien notamment au Paris Saint-Germain, le club de son coeur. "J'ai hâte que la saison se termine. Ensuite, je veux m'ouvrir vers d'autres horizons, a confié Kapo à France Football. Cette saison m'a permis de beaucoup réfléchir, d'avoir comme une prise de conscience. J'ai fait un mini-bilan de ma carrière. J'ai 28 ans et je me dis que j'ai encore de belles choses à montrer. Les qualités que j'avais à 20 ans ne se sont pas envolées. J'ai besoin d'un entraineur qui me fasse confiance. J'ai décidé de reprendre ma carrière en main. Je ne suis pas contre un retour en France. Dans la vie, il faut savoir ce que l'on veut. Le challenge sportif, un entraîneur qui me fait confiance, c'est ma seule priorité aujourd'hui. Et si le PSG cherche un ailier gauche, ils savent où me trouver." L'appel est lancé
     
  23. SportBoy333

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    I read that they will have 10 m to use to recruit this summer. If thats true then its bad news. Marseille, Lyon and Bordeaux will all spend more than that this summer. I dont understand the lack of money at PSG. It doesnt make sense to the average fan. Looks like they will have to get creative again.
     
  24. Antoine

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    The problem is Colony Capital. They believe that a football (sorry, soccer)club could be managed like a company. But there is few clubs who are economicly profitable, and they don't understand that the greatest profit for PSG is to win trophies. So CC drop the money !

    Colony un grand PSG ou dégagez !
     
  25. SportBoy333

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    So it looks like Rothen is probably gone this summer. Blackburn Rovers are a team who are interested. I think this is somewhat shocking because of how much he's said he loves PSG. I would sell him and cash in now because they need the money and while he is useful, overall he's under achieved during his time in Paris and he's 31 so its now or never. Time to get younger and more athletic at that position
     
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