FOOTBALL - PSG: Pierre Menes responds sharply to Michel Platini for Qatar and Kylian Mbappé


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Michel Platini was the guest of France Info. The opportunity for the former boss of FIFA to be very critical of the financial plan of the PSG and the style of play Kylian Mbappé. Critical cries that do not really pass in the eyes of Pierre Ménès.


PSG: Michel Platini attacks Qatar and Kylian Mbappé
Michel Platini has just released a book entitled Entre nous. Of course, you have to bring this book to the widest possible audience. To do this, the former captain of the Bleus does not hesitate to respond to media invitations. Which explains its exit from yesterday Wednesday. An exit during which he denounced what he clearly believes to be a megalomania of modern football: the financial project of the PSG.
"Money kills a football philosophy. (...) Today, you buy all the best players and you win. Everything is based on wealth. The president is Qatari, the director is Brazilian, the coach is German, there is a Frenchman in the team. Why is it called Paris-Saint-Germain? Because there are 40,000 people, a large population who loves their club, all right. But hey, it could be called Coca-Cola or something else, "regretted Michel Platini.

And that's not all. The former Stéphanois also attacked Kylian Mbappé, believing that he only relied on his speed to make the difference. A speed that will surely let go sooner or later for the simple reason that the body will fatally get tired with age.
"I think Kylian, at one point, will realize that speed is not everything! (...) Then in a decade, he will try to go less (fast), the body will be tired, he will try to play a little more ball and run the others, "predicted Michel Platini .

PSG: Pierre Ménès dismisses the attacks of Michel Platini
Critics of Michel Platini who do not leave Pierre Ménès indifferent. If he recognizes that the attacks of the former Turinese on the financial plan of the PSG are not completely unfounded, the journalist of Canal + would have liked that he also addresses other large teams.
"The PSG? We can not be wrong, "admitted the famous colleague in a video published on Yahoo Sport before replying:" But why only talk about the PSG in this case? Why do not we talk about Manchester City? From Barcelona? Real? From Bayern? I have the impression that there is only the PSG. And then something else, I did not always have the impression that money from Qatar embarrassed Michel Platini, who we know, was still very active in the award of the next World Cup in Qatar. So, yes, no, how are you? After I understand that it is not football that pleases him. (...) I feel like it's a bit of a rearguard fight. "

Exhaustive, Pierre Ménès did not miss the criticism of Michel Platini concerning Kylian Mbappé either. The consultant retorted that the PSG striker could actually base his game on his speed because he was very young and nothing absolutely said he would change his style dramatically with age, like Cristiano Ronaldo.
"Same with the thought on Mbappé, that he would ultimately base everything on his speed. Yeah Dad, he's 20, so he's running fast, yes. It will be up to him to adapt his game when his speed will decrease, which is still not for tomorrow since he is 20 years old. And then, we realize that the style of play of Cristiano Ronaldo has not changed dramatically in these rear seasons. So actually, he sprints less, he dribbles less, but finally, he still bases his game on his throttle, on his kidney shot at the ball, "said the French journalist.
And Pierre Ménès conclude: "So here we could also rejoice as a Frenchman, as the winner of the Euro in 84. We could rejoice that Kylian Mbappé be French rather than always go find a little thing squeaks and who squeaks. It's a bit boring. "
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