Tuchel, with the rope around her neck
Once again Tuchel juggles to avoid conflict with her costume stars and at the same time maintain the confidence of President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, that his pulse would not shake if he had to choose between his stars and the coach. The German knows that this battle is lost. Tame the locker room It's one of the most complicated tasks a coach faces when signing for the Paris Saint Germain. And if not, ask him to Unai Emery, that shortly after arriving had to deal with a conflict between Neymar and Cavani that haunted him almost the entire season. Now the relationship between the Brazilian and the Uruguayan has softened to the point of See the charrúa on Neymar's birthday last weekend.Thomas Tuchel was not going to be less than the Spanish coach and he is feeling in his flesh the egos fight of the Parisian costumes. If this summer saw how Neymar, one of the pillars of the PSG project, openly negotiated his march to Barcelona, now he has to live with Mbappé's Public Challenges when it is replaced. The most serious was lived last weekend when the German coach decided to replace the French star when his team won 5-0 at Montpellier. Mbappé showed his disagreement when he led the bench and Tuchel instead of pulling his gals as a boss he tried to reason his star, who despised the conversation twice. Some explanations that for many were out of context since the German gave more importance than the French deserved at that moment. Either respect or fear, the truth is that Tuchel it gives symptoms of being with the rope around the neck because of the leaders of the PSG costumes and another proof of this was the response he gave on Tuesday at the end of the victory against Nantes (1-2) when asked if this weekend’s Neymar party could take a toll on some players who jumped to the Beaujoire stadium last night. “Yes, but what can I do? If I leave without playing all the players who went to the party, tonight I have no equipment. It is like that. I can't think about the party because otherwise we wouldn't play. Luckily the game was not too intense, ”he explained.