PSG-OM: Former President Kesack QSI . saluted the progress of the Paris club under

PSG’s president between 2006 and 2008, Alain Kezak, congratulated Nasser al-Khelafi, Leonardo and Qatari investors for their work over the past decade. “We have become a global franchise now when we were a good club,” he is pleased.

“Nasser is a great president”. Despite repeated failures in the Champions League and criticism from the management, Alain Kezak has saluted PSG’s course since the club’s takeover by QSI in 2011. President between 2006 and 2008, he wanted to congratulate current leaders on Europe’s antenna. ,

“Ten years with the Qataris is no big deal”

“In my time we played the League Cup and now the European Cup. It has nothing to do with it and it is thanks to the Qataris, he remembers before giving a message of hope for the future of the club. Now we are becoming a global player. We have gone to the franchise when we were a good club. We are a youth club, 50 years of history is nothing and ten years with the Qataris is not a big deal.”

Under fire from critics this season, Leonardo signed the first players to succeed PSG at the start of the QSI era. “So now we will remember the mistakes they made, as I did when recruiting,” said Kezak, who, after defending the Brazilian sporting director, spoke of the Paris leaders’ class. at the time of their arrival. “He was honored to see me immediately. (…) Nasir saw me, we had tea. He listened to me, I explained to him about the club”.

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“He has a respect for the roots of the club”

“When I go to the Parc des Princes today, I feel like a prime minister. They show that they have respect for what people say, for the roots of the club, he continues. Is it every Is the place the same?” KJack asks. He also returned to Europe 1’s microphone on the club’s possible move to the Stade de France, mentioned ten years earlier, explaining that he had a role with al-Khelaifi: “I told him that if we were to leave the Parc des Princes Let’s move on. Stade de France, I’m no longer a supporter of PSG. So they didn’t stop, but I think it worked.”

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