"I want people to listen to me more, to go after me, to live things, that's how I feel, in the club, in our environment, people do not really know." On April 11 at RMC, Daniel Alves sent a first message. We thought then that the Brazilian is talking about the direction of the PSG, even the technical staff. After losing to Renn on Saturday night at the Copa de France finals, his countryman Neemer made it clear.
"We have to be more united men in the locker room, as far as I can see, there are very young players who are a little lost, the Brazilian star dropped in front of the media, they need to listen more than talking. Words that will fail to respond to some players during the resumption of training.
Two tribes, Brazilians and Europeans
Neymar was aiming at the new Parisian generation, which was on a professional team season, as well as young players, a bit more experienced. This is also one of the reasons why Thomas Tuschl called very few young people in his class in recent weeks, when he missed a few players. The German coach has repeated himself many times when he talks about Colin Dagba, for example: "He listens and it is very important." However, it was Musa Diabi, Stanley N Soki or Christopher Nkunku, the Parisian team always gave the impression of pleased performances of the beginning of the season.
These comments highlight above all the deep evil PSG. An evil that always stands out during the defeats: the tensions in the dressing room. It is common in football, but it repeats the PSG. At the beginning of the season Thomas Tuschl succeeded in uniting his men. But the current uproar brought resentment again.
It has been known for several months that the wardrobe separated in two. Between "Brazilians" and "Europeans." The latter accuses, for example, the many "favors" given by the former management. And "Brazilians" blame the lack of investment of some Europeans. This is not new, and the words of Daniel Alves, then Nimer, brought these problems to the surface.