Feyenoord-OM: Payet explains how the events of Commandery acted as a trigger

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In anticipation of the Europa League conference semi-final against Feyenoord, Dimitri Payet talks about OM’s season and the progress he has made since the start of his career. Progress he attributes to the difficulties he experienced in the last year.

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As his career comes to an end (he is 35), Dimitri Payet is an incredibly selfless and decisive player. Author of 16 goals and 13 assists, this season in all competitions combined, the Marseille playmaker could become the first player of the 21st century to have at least 100 achievements and 100 assists in Ligue 1: to be included in OM. The fruit of steady game progress since then. 2017 after Premier League experience with West Ham.

“I made mistakes”

“I think Dmitry Payet who was 20 years old was certainly not as good as the Dmitry Payet of today, guessed the person concerned during an interview given to UEFA. Because it made him remember a lot of things: the experience , Maturity, this a little more mature side, a little smarter. I grew up because I was wrong, I made mistakes. I fell, too many times. All that made me be mentally strong, calm down, do some situations differently Taught to handle. Having spent almost eight years here, it makes you grow very fast.”

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The runners-up for Paris Saint-Germain, Om is on track to grab a ticket to the Champions League and will look to qualify for a European final against Feyenoord.

It was a long time ago when several hundred supporters of the club entered the commandery to confront the players and express their dissatisfaction. Dimitri Payet admits today that the incident forged him, and is all the more marked as he was the target of supporters: “It lasted a while but it helped me become who I am. Years later”, He assures, who is he loved today.

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