Pochettino still not the right man for Paris Saint-Germain
After leading Tottenham from a Europa League team. To reaching the Champions League final, Mauricio Pochettino appears ready for the next step in his career. Already a manager of his own,
The Argentine was heavily. With moves to Real Madrid and Manchester United. Before a year after he was sacked from North London. Managed Paris Saint-Germain Along with the mission to lead the team to win the European Cup to dominate
Pochettino led the team to the semi-finals. Of the first half of the season in charge, having defeated both Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the preceding round. But after that, it had to be beaten by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City .
In addition, in the league, they were unable to keep up. With Lille until they lost the Ligue 1 title that almost guaranteed they had to win every year. Still, he ended the season with two domestic trophies.
After signing Lionel Messi, the world has been in the eye with doubts about the future of PSG. Although they have only lost twice in all competitions this season – once. In the league and once in the Trophy des Champignons.
Part of PSG’s problem comes from their three. Dream forwards – Messi, Neymar and Mbappe have all played a role in support. Of the striker before and none of them. Need to help the game get it which goes against Pochettino’s philosophy of pressing football.
Despite having signed a contract with many big names. From the Real Madrid captain to the best players at Euro 2020, there’s one thing they overlook. Is to find a really good target striker
Despite an impressive win over Manchester City in September, a defeat to Rennes followed shortly after. And the poor form of play from the win over Angers is not worth watching at all
. Pochettino, a coach who believes in team play. Probably not the one who could make these stars play together. But if he does, it wouldn’t be surprising. He is a top European manager and the trio are of full quality. But many problems indicate that PSG needs someone who looks at football in a different way to guide them.