A previous Parc des Princes most loved has singled Neymar out for analysis after his lethargic beginning to the season
PSG raked out a world-record expense to move Neymar to Parc des Princes from Barca in the late spring of 2017, putting resources into the player who established himself as one of the most perilous wingers in the game during his four-year stay at Camp Nou.
Neymar has since helped PSG win 10 homegrown prizes, yet hasn’t exactly satisfied his price tag in the midst of battles with injury and off-field disciplinary issues, with Cisse of the assessment that he was overseen better at Barca.
This is what the former PSG midfielder had to say in an interview with Le Parisien;
”At Barcelona there was a structure, Neymar had a cleaner style of play, although he dribbled more. His job was to break the defensive line, make the difference and pass the ball to General Messi. He did it so well that he became his ‘Alter ego’.
In Paris, they gave him the keys and they let him do what he wanted. In one moment, he was lost. He is a great player, no one can dispute that, but he has become a spoilt brat and he bosses everyone around.”
In other news, EPL club, Watford, have officially sacked their manager Xisco Munoz after under 10 months in control, with the club fourteenth on the Premier League table.
Xisco replaces Vladimir Ivic in December 2020 and directed the club to an automatic promotion from the Championship last season.
Watford have so far won seven points from their initial seven league games, with Munoz’s last match in control a loss against Leeds at Elland Road on Saturday – portrayed as a “1-0 battering” by goalkeeper Ben Foster.
Munoz, who is the principal administrator to be sacked in the Premier League this season, begun the new mission with a 3-2 success against Aston Villa at Vicarage Road. In any case, four losses in six league games have followed that success, with their main other triumph coming at newly promoted side Norwich.
Watford additionally left the Carabao Cup at the third round stage to Championship club Stoke a month ago. Munoz’s Xisco implies the club are searching for their thirteenth distinctive extremely durable manager since the Pozzo family finished their takeover of Watford in 2012.
A statement from the club reads;
”The board feels recent performances strongly indicate a negative trend at a time when a team cohesion should be visibly improving. The Hornets will always be grateful to Xisco for the part he played in securing last season’s promotion and wish him well for his future career in football.
No further club comment will be available until the imminent announcement of a new head coach.”