PSG-OM: Gain, Castle, Sarkozy, Riner… the beautiful people in VIP stand for classic

On the occasion of the PSG-OM Classic this Sunday evening (8:45 pm), the stands of the Parc des Princes are home to well-known faces from the general public: Blaise Matuidi, Teddy Riner, Cyril Gain or even the Minister Also sport’s Roxana Maracinenu and former President Nicolas Sarkozy. But they will not be far from it, alone.

An extraordinary match, extraordinary guests. Several public figures are present in the VIP area of ​​the Parc des Princes this Sunday for the classic PSG-OM. For former PSG players, Blaide Matuidi, Jérémy Clement, Safet Susic and Marcos Ceara will be present.

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Teddy Riner, Cyril Gain and… Nicolas Sarkozy

He is accompanied by other athletes such as judoka Teddy Riner, MMA fighter Cyril Gain and former swimmer Roxana Maracinenu, who has become sports minister. Further away from the playing area, crowds of people will also come to watch a match of the season, although the stakes of the game are low.

Claude Dartois will be accompanied by TV hosts Cyril Hanona and Jean-Luc Reichmann, actors Vincent Cassel and Mathilde Signor, as well as singers Patrick Bruel, Julian Clerc, Camellia Jordana, Vegedream and The Algerino, along with several appearances on the show Koh Lanta. ,

Nicolas Sarkozy, accustomed to the VIP square of the Parc des Princes, will also be in attendance this Sunday evening. The appearance isn’t necessarily trivial when we know that the former president recently called on Emmanuel Macron to vote, while the current president shouted his love for Om this weekend.

Tribute to all-time top scorer Katoto

If the VIP stands will be too lively, the Parc des Princes will be far from its great atmosphere, as CUP supporters are still on strike for encouragement after their Champions League elimination against Real Madrid in early March.

To compensate, the club would pay tribute to Marie-Antoinette Cato before the start of the meeting. The top scorer in PSG history will receive a trophy from the hands of President Nasser al-Khalafi before taking the lap of honor with Paulett.

by Arthur Perrot, AC. with

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