Revolted by the recent behavior of PSG players, Jean-Michel Larqué pointed out this Monday on RMC the psychological shortcomings of Parisians, too often perpetrators of culprits when the scenario turns against them.
Bringing hope, the 2020-2021 season is coming to an end in blood sausage for PSG. Evicted from the last four of the Champions League by Manchester City, almost eliminated from the title race since its draw in Rennes on Sunday night (1-1), Paris could lose everything at the end of the season where only a victory in the Coupe de France – PSG will face Montpellier in the semi-finals on Wednesday – now seems achievable. But more than on the Parisian sporting disappointments, Jean-Michel Larqué got carried away this Monday on RMC against the state of mind of the players of the capital. Let him judge “immature”, in victory as in defeat.
“The way they are expelled, the words, the gestures, there is nothing, no control over the opponent, the event or the sport, loose the member of the Dream Team RMC Sport on Monday in Top of the Foot. They’re capricious kids in kindergarten, totally immature players. “
Three reds in the last four games
After pointing the finger at the “moi-tu-vu” side of Neymar and Layvin Kurzawa, Jean-Michel Larqué then attacked Marco Verratti, suspended on Sunday but who too often gets carried away by his bloody behavior : “Verratti, he takes care of everything, except his football. If there is an algarade on the right, he goes to the right, if it is on the left, he goes to the left, without even knowing what is happening. ‘has passed.”
Also in the sights of the old legend of Saint-Etienne, the unfortunate Parisian tendency to lose control and accumulate boxes when the scenario turns badly. Paris has thus collected three red cards in the last four meetings: Idrissa Gueye expelled in the first leg against City, Angel Di Maria in the return, while Presnel Kimpembe left his partners to ten at the end of the match against Rennes. “All these misdeeds put together, it makes you a team which does not know how to lose, and which does not know how to behave. Neither in the victory when it room, nor in the defeat where it provokes. It is not possible. ! “