PSG: A star should appear on the shirt, but on the sleeves

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PSG plans to eventually wear a star in Decima’s position, with a tenth title now within reach. But it should be on the sleeve and not the front of the shirt.

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Slightly caught off guard at the end of the season, which promises to be crowned with a tenth French championship title for the capital club, Paris Saint-Germain, plans to mark the event indeed. The question arose whether PSG wanted to display this symbol on the jersey in some form or the other. it. It must be a star. But the star in question will not be visible on the front of the Paris jersey. According to L’Equipe, it should be integrated into the Professional Football League (LFP) logo on the right sleeve. Information confirmed by The Indian Paper

Saint-Etienne, the first forever

The unexplained delay between title, decisions, and build made the task nearly impossible for a Nike equipment supplier. So an alternative solution has been chosen, at least for the next season. In France, as in England or Spain, none of the rules impose anything on clubs. Saint-tienne, the first team to win ten league titles in 1981, was inspired by what was being done elsewhere in Europe at the time, particularly in Italy. ASSE has had a star above its coat of arms since 1993.

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It’s the rule in Italy: one star for ten titles. Juventus was also a pioneer by adding a star to celebrate its tenth coronation in 1958. In the Bundesliga, the rule has been established by the German league since 2004: one star for three league titles, two stars for five trophies, three stars for ten, four for 20. The fifth validates 30 championship titles.

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