PSG-OM: "It’s not Marseille that has the most to lose"Judge Di Meco

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During this Friday’s Super Moscato show, Eric Di Meco speculated that OM had nothing to lose for their “classic” match against PSG this Sunday evening during the 32nd day of Ligue 1. Former Marseille player Jorge is confident looking at the dynamic displayed by Sampaoli’s players. ,

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Having qualified for the Europa Conference League semi-finals this Thursday after their win over POOK Salonica (1-0), OM may now have bigger ambitions for the end of the season. In addition to this trip to Europe, Jorge Sampaoli’s team has an advantage in the race for second place in Ligue 1 before the final sprint. Dimitri Payet and his teammates could score a big hit at the Parc des Princes this Sunday (8:45 pm) if they beat PSG in a “classic”.

After 31 days, OM are 12 points behind PSG but have a three-point lead over Rennes, their closest follower. Current fourth, Strasbourg has already slipped to seven points. The victorious Marseille club in their last eight matches will present themselves with full confidence at all costs.

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“When we look at Marseille’s confidence at the moment and what is happening in the locker room and on the field, we tell ourselves that there might be something to play for in the park,” Eric Di Meco predicted this Friday. tha. Super Moscato show on RMC. Now, when you play against a team that has such a strong personality and especially Mbappe, you have to be on edge. But I guess it’s not Marseille who has the most Lost. They have a small saddle on the chasers and I think this is the match that can allow the Parisians to finish the season right. Because if it turns sour in this meeting, So how will it react in the park and for the Paris Club?

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Di Meco notes Sampaoli’s ‘progress’

Released by Real Madrid in the knockout stages of the Champions League, PSG only have the championship to play for. And this “classic” against Om could be the chance for the last adventure. “I want to be in the position of OM players. There isn’t too much pressure on them. The team is good and solid at the moment, the team is strong. The coach is also moving on OM”, Judge De Meco

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After his very good performances in Europe, Steve Mandanda could move up the hierarchy as a goalkeeper, competing with Pau López. “We lose our memory but Sampaoli was stubborn for a long time, even with Mandanda. There, we feel like he might be ready to play him when he doesn’t at some point. Was playing more, said the former OM player. He was an ugly duckling. We really have a feeling he has made progress in managing his locker room. I tell myself those monsters will go to the park with confidence. Confused them It’s fun to do.”

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