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PSG head of football LEONARDO: "Barça? It won't be easy, but..."

15.12.2020 09.44 by Claudio Colla  read 583
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Thinking back to the daring 2017 double match against Barcelona FC, when the latter knocked out PSG through a 6-1 victory at Camp Nou, in response to French giants 4-0 win at Parc des Princes, Paris head of football Leonardo stated: "We played against Barça more than once, throughout last years. What can we say about that? We are dealing with a club coming from a great tradition. It won't be easy, of course, but to see it all through you have to face anyone, including the greatest ones".

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