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New PSG Boss Going To Mad Lengths To Ensure Players Behave

New PSG Boss Going To Mad Lengths To Ensure Players Behave
PJ Browne
By PJ Browne
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New PSG manager Thomas Tuchel is reportedly being meticulous in ensuring his squad behave themselves during the upcoming season.

According to France Football, the German has visited restaurants in Paris frequented by players such as Kylian Mbappé, Dani Alves and Marquinhos in an attempt to control their diet.

Tuchel has also banned pasta after games along with fast food, sweets and soft drinks.

The former Borussia Dortmund manager replaced current Arsenal boss Unai Emery as manager earlier this summer.


In a move which reminds of one of an old school GAA manager - read Kevin Heffernan constantly being aware regarding the whereabouts of his Dublin squad - Tuchel has also befriended owners and employees of some well-known Parisian nightclubs.

Like Jimmy Keaveney being unable to have a shandy without Heffo knowing about it, Tuchel has asked to be informed when players hit the town against his wishes.

It's said that the 44-year-old expects players to rest on a rest day and not to party.


Whether not this approach will work with Neymar is questionable. The Brazilian would appear uncontrollable and a far more powerful figure at the club than his manager. If Neymar misbehaves, can Tuchel drop him? Probably not.

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