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PSG chairman Al-Khelaifi: "Tuchel? All decisions will be made with a clear head"

07.03.2019 19.04 by Claudio Colla  read 480
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PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi, asked about the team's unexpected strike-off against Manchester United, stated: "I'm really upset. I don't understand how we could lose that game, despite having played very well. Despite the present we got them with the initial goal, we rid the game, and then there was the penalty kick at the end. Football, unfortunately, isn't maths. I really think we wouldn't lose that match again, even if we played it ten thousand times more. Tuchel's future? I trust the boss, and I'm really not hurrying decisions on a game lost. All decisions will be made with a clear head".

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