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Foot PSG – PSG: Qatar is too powerful, Aulas can do nothing – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


Foot PSG - PSG: Qatar is too powerful, Aulas can do nothing

 - Transgaming 1

Being in a storm while his team is eligible for the Champions League final phase is the surprising news of Olympique Lyonnais.

Jean-Michel Aulas is in the spotlight today, and not just to talk about the Marcelo case. This size problem, in fact, symbolizes a certain amount of fatigue among supporters, who believe that, despite significant financial means, their club no longer gives itself the means to fight for trophies by selling their best players every year. A policy that the JMA totally uses, which it left to Eurosport.

" As we dominated Ligue 1, we played with fewer youths from the academy. And when young people come to see me because they want to travel, I have no choice. Corentin Tolisso signed in Bavaria for a record sum that allows supporters to settle in Europe's best stadium with very low prices. When Aouar comes to me in two years to go to Real, I can't hold him back. The generation that has seen Lyon win knows that competing with PSG is putting itself at risk for the future. But obviously everything is possible on video games and social networks "The president of the Olympics, who, according to him, wants a handful of agitators who manage to convince some insecure supporters. Meanwhile, to see Lyon at the top, Aulas admits, he is waiting for one thing, that PSG is seeing investments for Qatar down …

" Today, it is not the fault of the supporters or the leaders, but of the French state or European football organizations: we cannot be ahead of Qatar. At some point we will come back when there is a need for regulation. Therefore, you must be resilient, have financial power. We are participating in our 23rd European campaign in a row, should I remind you? It's more than any other French club. Our young fans have to take a step back, social networks turn heads on the most fragile of them: today is the one who wins it with the greatest financial power "Said Jean-Michel Aulas who sees no significant improvement in allowing the Olympics to compete with PSG.