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Paris Saint-Germain FC All Stars




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GOALKEEPERS:

:FRA: Bernard LAMA
:FRA: Joël BATS


DEFENDERS:

:FRA: Jean-Marc PILORGET
:COL: Mario YEPES
:FRA: Paul LE GUEN
:FRA: Sylvain ARMAND
:BRA: RICARDO Gomes
:FRA: Laurent FOURNIER
:FRA: Michel BIBARD
:FRA: Alain ROCHE


MIDFIELDERS:

:FRA: Vincent GUÉRIN
:FRA: Daniel BRAVO
:FRA: Jean-Claude LEMOULT
:BRA: RAÍ
:BIH: Safet SUŠIĆ
:FRA: Luis FERNÁNDEZ
:FRA: Dominique BATHENAY


ATTACKERS:

:ALG: Mustapha DAHLEB
:POR: Pedro PAULETA
:URU: Edinson CAVANI
:SWE: Zlatan IBRAHIMOVIĆ
:LIB: George WEAH
:FRA: Dominique ROCHETEAU




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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

:FRA: Lionel LETIZI
:FRA: Dominique BARATELLI


DEFENDERS:

:FRA: Bruno N'GOTTY
:FRA: Patrick COLLETER
:FRA: Bernard MENDY
:BRA: Thiago SILVA
:FRA: Franck TANASI
:FRA: Antoine KOMBOUARÉ
:FRA: Jean DJORKAEFF
:FRA: Francis LLACER
:ARG: Gabriel HEINZE
:FRA: Éric RENAUT
:FRA: Jimmy ALGERINO
:FRA: Jacques NOVI
:FRA: Philippe JEANNOL


MIDFIELDERS:

:FRA: Jean-Pierre DOGLIANI
:ITA: Marco VERRATTI
:FRA: Édouard CISSÉ
:BRA: VALDO
:FRA: Fabrice POULLAIN
:ALG: Lyazid SANDJAK
:NIG: Jay-Jay OKOCHA
:FRA: Jérôme ROTHEN
:SEN: Oumar SÈNE
:ARG: Gabriel CALDERÓN
:FRA: Jean-François CHARBONNIER


ATTACKERS:

:FRA: Alain COURIOL
:FRA: David GINOLA
:ARG: Javier PASTORE
:CON: François M'PELÉ
:FRA: Christian PEREZ
:ARG: Carlos BIANCHI
:FRA: Patrice LOKO
:CHA: Nabatingue TOKO
:FRA: Guillaume HOARAU
:BRA: RONALDINHO





Formation

GK Bats
CB Ricardo Gomes
CB Yepes/Pilorget
RB Bibard
LB Armand
DMF Le Guen
CMF Fernández
AMF Raí/Dahleb
AMF Sušić
SS Rocheteau
CF Ibrahimović

Captains: Paul Le Guen | Luis Fernández | Jean-Marc Pilorget
Short Free Kick: Safet Sušić | Zlatan Ibrahimović | Raí
Long Free Kick: Zlatan Ibrahimović | Safet Sušić | Paul Le Guen
Left Corner: Safet Sušić | Dominique Rocheteau
Right Corner: Safet Sušić | Mustapha Dahleb
Penalty: Zlatan Ibrahimović | Dominique Rocheteau | Raí




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PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN FC was founded on August 12, 1970 (Journal Officiel – August 27, 1970). Thanks to some 20,000 subscriptions from individuals desperate to see an elite football club in PARIS, a group of local businessmen, including Guy CRESCENT, CEO of CALBERSON and Pierre-Etienne GUYOT, Vice-President of RACING-CLUB de FRANCE, asked the directors of Stade Sangermanois to become part of their project. The SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE-based first team, who had just earned promotion to the Nationale division (ex D2) allowed the brand new PSG to start its career in France’s second tier for the 1970-71 campaign. Success was immediate with PSG winning the ‘National’ title and celebrating it’s first birthday in the first division. The 1971-72 term ended with an honourable 16th placed finish. However, the season was marked by the split between the Parisians and the Sangermanois. The professional arm of the club joined CA MONTREUIL and continued life in the first division under the name of PARIS FC, while PSG assumed amateur status and started over in the third division. 1972-73 PSG finished second in its section and when first-placed QUEVILLY balked at promotion, the capital club moved up to the second division. 1973-74 Looking for new backing, President Henri PATRELLE made way for Daniel HECHTER and the club attained professional status. The Coupe de France (French Cup) was already shining on the second division side who made the quarter-finals. Even better was the second-placed league finish which saw PSG take on VALENCIENNES in a play-off tie for promotion to Division One. Beaten 2-1 away, PSG won 4-2 at the Parc des Princes on June 4, 1974 and was promoted to Ligue 1 – ironically, the same year that PARIS FC was relegated! Since that time, PSG has never been relegated from the French first division. Francis BORELLI succeeded Daniel HECHTER in January 1978. PSG was starting to make a name for itself by consistently finishing in the top third of the French first division. But it was to be in the Coupe de France (French Cup) that the club from the capital earned its first silverware: on May 15, 1982, PSG defeated AS SAINT-ETIENNE, and a certain Michel PLATINI, in the final and on June 11, the following year, made it back-to-back Cups in beating NANTES, while also ending the league season in third place. After ending the 1983-84 campaign in fourth, PSG again qualified for the final of the Coupe de France in 1985, losing to MONACO. In 1986, PSG was crowned champion of France for the first time, setting a new record of 26 matches without defeat along the way. Success on the domestic front meant PSG flew France’s colours on the European stage. The best result was a quarter-final appearance in the Cup Winners Cup in March 1983, against the Belgian outfit WATERSCHEI. However, everyone remembers the round-of-16 clash against JUVENTUS, who formed the backbone of Italy’s World Cup winning side of 1982 reinforced by the likes of BONIEK and PLATINI (PSG eliminated 2-2 on the away goals rule). Fans had to wait until the 1988-89 term to see Paris battling for the title again, finishing an admirable second with the resulting European adventure ending in the round-of-32 against… JUVE.

After becoming an Association in line with the Law 1901 following the general assembly of December 13, 1990, PSG finalised a deal with the television station Canal+ and the Paris Town Hall. PSG adopted the status of an Public Sporting Company, presided over by Pierre LESCURE. Bernard BROCHAND became president of the PSG Association, while both the Company and the Association named Michel DENISOT Vice-President of PSG, and later President. With the modernisation of the club and an experienced coach, in the form of Artur JORGE, PSG rediscovered its ambition and set about qualifying for European competition. It marked the beginning of a new trajectory for the club and a brilliant 1992-93 season: UEFA Cup semi-finalist, second in the league and victory in the Coupe de France. The climb towards the heights continued in 1993-94 with the club registering a second title as champion of France and a new French record after going 27 consecutive league matches without defeat. A stunning campaign both domestically and internationally as PSG made the semi-finals of the Cup Winners Cup. March 1993: PSG recorded an historic victory over Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners Cup. For the 1994-95 campaign, PSG hired Luis FERNANDEZ, an emblematic player with the club in the 1980s, as coach and shone in the Champions League, including a 10 game undefeated streak. Paris was ultimately eliminated by title-holders AC Milan after seducing Europe with its football and knocking out the likes of BAYERN MUNICH and BARCELONA. And the successes kept coming with the capital club winning the first ever Coupe de la Ligue (League Cup) as well as the Coupe de France (French Cup), four the fourth time in the club’s history. 1995-96 PSG celebrated its 25th birthday and, after three consecutive continental semi-finals, was looking to mark the occasion with a first piece of European silverware in the clubs trophy cabinet. CELTIC GLASGOW, PARMA and DEPORTIVO LA CORUNA fell by the wayside and on May 8, 1996, PSG defeated RAPID VIENNA thanks to a Bruno NGOTTY goal and joined the elite of European winners. 1996-97 This season saw club move under the direction Ricardo GOMES RAYMUNDO (General Manager) and Joël BATS (Coach). Despite a younger squad, the side qualified for a second consecutive European final against RONALDO’S BARCELONA in the Cup Winners Cup, while also finishing second in the league – a second place which saw PSG return to the Champions League.1997 also marked a change in the club’s ownership. After an increase in the club’s capital further reinforced financial security (extraordinary general meeting, April 27, 1997), the club ownership now comprised: CANAL+ 56.7%, Association PSG 34%, Minorities (individual holdings) 9.3%. 1997-98 PSG struggled to maintain its own high standards. For the first time in the CANAL+ era the club was eliminated before the quarter-finals of the Champions League and struggled throughout the domestic league season. A tough campaign, saved by the two domestic cups lifted by Captain Rai: the Coupe de France and the Coupe de la Ligue. 1998-99 All Change. After seven seasons in the hot seat, Michel DENISOT ceded the presidency of PSG to Charles BIETRY, himself President of PSG Omnisports since 1992. The former Director of Sport at CANAL+ named Alain GIRESSE, a former member of France’s Magic Four (including Michel PLATINI, Jean TIGANA and Luis FERNANDEZ), as coach. A premature elimination in the round-of-32 of the Cup Winners Cup, coupled with a difficult start to the season cost the new coach his job. Giresse was replaced in November by Artur JORGE and Denis TROCH, whose mission was the haul the club out of the mire. A month later, Charles BIETRY followed Giresse, leaving the presidency for Laurent PERPERE, Financial General Director of CANAL+. Perpere, in turn, named Jean-Luc LAMARCHE, from RC Lens, as PSG’s new sporting director. Unfortunately the results didn’t improve and after consecutive eliminations the Coupe de France and the Coupe de la Ligue, Artur JORGE quit the capital in mid-March. Jorge was replaced by Philippe BERGEROO, goalkeeping coach and member of Les Bleus coaching staff which was crowned World Champions in 1998. Having saved the club from relegation at season’s end, Bergeroo rebuilt the team he wanted. Despite an impressive recruitment, the club’s aims were modest. Yet Bergeroo’s boys made an enterprising start to the campaign and slowly but surely, a new, solid team was forming and the victories followed. The new-found appetite for success quickly took hold and ultimately, PSG qualified again for the Champions League. The recruitment followed and hopes were running high for the first championship of the 21st century… To the considerable chagrin of the club's supporters, Paris Saint-Germain has never threatened to hit those same heights again. Three more trophies have been landed but crisis has never lain far away. PSG's form slipped to 9th in 2004–05 and 2005–06. In 2006–07, they did not impress, failing to reach either cup final and finishing 15th, just three places from relegation. Following their sale by Canal+ to Colony Capital, Butler Capital Partners and Morgan Stanley, PSG continued to lose momentum in the league eventually finishing 16th, just three points above the relegation zone. PSG nonetheless won the League Cup and reached the French Cup Final, losing to Ligue 1 champions Olympique Lyonnais. In 2008–09, PSG regained fitness and struggled for the title the most part of the season, but finished 6th and out of European action. Colony Capital then acquired all the shares of Morgan Stanley, becoming owners of 95% of the club. The 2009–10 season, became the first time in French football history that both the male and female sections of a club won both the country's national cups. PSG claimed the French Cup, while the Ladies landed the Challenge de France.

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Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:04 am
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Thiago Silva needs to be here, also Edinson Cavani deserves a place among the reserves. Zlatan could be considered for first team..


Sat Dec 12, 2015 2:09 pm
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gurkenjoe93 wrote:
Thiago Silva needs to be here, also Edinson Cavani deserves a place among the reserves. Zlatan could be considered for first team..


Who will get out instead of Zlatan?


Sat Dec 12, 2015 7:52 pm
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I'd take out M'Pelé or Valdo (in case Valdo, Dahleb should be moved to MF section)..
But this is only my opinion, probaby it's too early to consider Zlatan for first team ;)


Wed Dec 16, 2015 3:44 pm
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Maybe when Zlatan leave PSG, i'll add him to the first team, meanwhile aside from Silva and Cavani, many others importants "members" of this P$G can be also part of the reserves like Sirigu, Matuidi, perhaps also Maxwell..


Fri Dec 18, 2015 12:58 am
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Same here, Ibra is 90% leaving Paris, there's nothing against him to not include him in the squad, Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Matuidi, Verratti, Motta, can be all considered to the first team.


Fri Apr 22, 2016 7:16 pm
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Zlatan should be in the first team... He is the top scorer in PSG's history we don't need to say anything more about him :lol:

Pedro Pauleta -> 109 goals

Zlatan Ibrahimovic -> 148 goals


Fri Apr 22, 2016 10:34 pm
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Laurent Fournier wasn't a CMF?

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There are no back up for SB in the team..Perhaps Jean-Claude Lemoult or Luis Fernandez could play in that role, but there are not natural side backs..


Fri Jul 08, 2016 6:31 am
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Matuidi to reserves?


Sat Sep 02, 2017 7:32 pm
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I guess you could put Cavani (top scorer ever) in the first team instead of M'Pele


Sun Feb 11, 2018 1:56 pm
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What about Sirigu, Matuidi, Motta and Maxwell to reserves? I think that the first team should be redone, it's been a while since petro-dollars were pumped in the club. There are several players that earned legendary status in club, regarding matches played for the club and trophies won.


Sun Jun 03, 2018 7:30 pm
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Completely agree, although I wouldn't put Sirigu in, he was never really that good to be honest. I don't think it should matter how or why players join the club (lots of clubs have had big injections of money over the years) as long as they show loyalty and passion like Cavani and Thiago Silva have. Also think Silva should be ahead of Yepes in the first team...


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He wasn't, but to be honest, neither was Hoarau.
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I don't think it should matter how or why players join the club (lots of clubs have had big injections of money over the years) as long as they show loyalty and passion like Cavani and Thiago Silva have.

I agree, it shouldn't, i mentioned it because since than, they enjoyed much more success than earlier (except Cup Winners Cup trophy).


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