Emmanuel Petit is sur. Very sour.
"Try to put yourself in the players' place in the PSGs dressing room, who live with the unpredictable so response from a guy who shits on the club and its fans. He has no respect," he says.
How he says to the French media RMC Sport about the Paris Saint-Germain brazilian stjernespiller Neymar.
The former French footballer, who among other things, scored the 3-0 for France in the WORLD cup final against Brazil in 1998, have not much left over for the Paris Saint-Germain number 10 and sends more violent attack of the place.
"When I played with Zidane and Djorkaeff, I knew that they could decide a match on his own, so we accepted, that they neglected the defensive work," said Emmanuel Petit, who went on to play for clubs like Chelsea, Barcelona and Arsenal throughout his career.
"We accepted it and made our work, because we knew that we could win with a stroke of genius (...) It is not the case with Neymar at all."
"The man plays for himself. Only themselves."
Neymar switched to Paris Saint-Germain two years ago as the biggest transfer in the fodboldhistorien for 222 million euros (equivalent to approximately 1,66 billion crowns), but the time at PSG has by no means been a success.
the Brazilian has played just as many PSG matches, as he has missed due to injuries, and at times his attitude got PSG-fan blood to bubble. Most recently, he went directly in the locker room, when he was shifted out towards the Small, where he played an anonymous game. In addition, his conduct brought him into trouble with the PSG supporters.
the Roots were really created, as the Neymar in the summer declaring that he wanted to leave the French hovedstadsklub to return to FC Barcelona. Along the way, he also mentioned that his best fodboldminde was... to knock PSG out of the Champions League with FC Barcelona in 2017. Won the Catalan large groups on a surreal show 6-1 after losing 4-0 in the first showdown.
In this season it's only been seven games and four goals for Neymar.
Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 14:00