Foot PSG – PSG: Daniel Riolo whistles the end of the Galtier effect!

Sunday evening, PSG won against OL (0-1) after a spectacular match whose outcome was uncertain until the end.

It must be said that despite its bad period, Olympique Lyonnais held up well against the stars of Paris Saint-Germain. Messi, Neymar and company had the opportunity to take the break on several occasions but having failed to do so, OL kept the hope of snatching the draw and the hot situations were repeated on the goals of Gianluigi Donnarumma. PSG finally imposed themselves but after this success, the praises do not rain about the team of Christophe Galtier. At the microphone of RMC after the victory of PSG in Lyon, the journalist Daniel Riolo also expressed some reservations about the Parisian coach, who did not manage to give a style to his team according to him. His coaching is also criticized and for example, the choice to take Neymar out five minutes from the end remains incomprehensible for Daniel Riolo, not tender with the former coach of Nice and LOSC.

Daniel Riolo not tender with Christophe Galtier

“I am unable to say how PSG are playing. Ok, there is a 3-4-3 which is immutable so I don’t know what will happen when one or two players are missing to evolve in this system. There is absolutely no game imprint… Galtier arrived, he made a drawing with players and from the moment he was forced to put the three stars, he put them like that but he didn’t there is no coaching. There is nothing, when a midfielder comes out, Mukiele enters and Danilo passes through the middle, Neymar comes out in the 85th it is useless, he keeps Messi in full, why doesn’t he keep Fabian Ruiz the whole game ? In short, we see nothing in his coaching. The Galtier effect is over, we’ll see the PSG of the last few years again and in the Champions League we’ll see, it’s down to individualities, Messi, Neymar and Mbappé ” launched Daniel Riolo, generally disappointed by the first steps of Christophe Galtier at PSG despite the two victories in the Champions League and first place in Ligue 1.

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