“We’re Paris Saint-Germain And We’re Always Duty-bound To Get Results”
Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola
Ahead of the club’s crucial game against RC Strasbourg, PSG coach Christophe Galtier has said that the team wants to continue their blistering away streak as the Paris based club close in on becoming France all-time Ligue 1 champions.
The Paris Saint-Germain manager whose team just needs a point to be crowned Ligue 1 champions answered questions from PSG TV and the media ahead of the away game against Strasbourg on Matchday 37 of Ligue 1 at the Stade de la Meinau.
Speaking on the final away game of the season:
“It’s the last away game, but we’re staying competitive. We’re Paris Saint-Germain, and we’re always duty-bound to get results. Strasbourg are fighting to stay up, but they seem to be in a very strong position. We’re in a strong position to clinch the title. It’s going to be a big game.”
Addressing the availability of sensational academy product Ilyes Housni – “He’ll be at the disposal of the U19s this weekend, as they have a big game coming up against Marseille in the Championnat National U19 semi-finals.”
On host Strasbourg
“We’re going to be playing in a fiery atmosphere at La Meinau. Frédéric Antonetti has managed to get them back on track, and they’ll be closing out their home campaign against us with an undoubtedly more liberated team in a stadium that lives and breathes football.”
On the team’s away winning streak
“This is our second consecutive away game. We’re on a winning streak away from home, and we want to keep it going. I’m obviously expecting an intense game away to Strasbourg.”
On the fans
“They’ve followed us everywhere away from home. I hope that we’ll be able to get a good result to celebrate winning the title with them at La Meinau and then see them at the Parc for the final game of the season against Clermont.”
Paris Saint-Germain opens its first Academy in Hong Kong having recently set up in Thailand, Korea Republic, China (Shanghai) and Japan, the Paris Saint-Germain Academy is continuing its expansion in Asia.
The PSG Academy’s development in Asia since 2018 is a reflection of its commitment to offering the continent’s young footballers high-quality training programmes delivered by experienced coaches who have been trained by the club.
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The new Paris Saint-Germain Academy in Hong Kong has been made possible by a partnership agreement signed with Dream Sport Academy (DSA). Since 2010, DSA has successfully developed a number of basketball and multi-sports academies in Hong Kong.
This new partnership has the expertise and drive needed to make the PSG Academy the best football school in this corner of China, known as the Pearl of the Orient.
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