As talented as difficult to handle in a dressing room, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé are sometimes a problem for Thomas Tuchel. Instead of Paris Saint-Germain coach Guy Roux knows how he would have reacted.
Like most stars, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé are not the easiest to handle on a daily basis. Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel has to deal with his egos, or bad off-field habits with respect to the Brazilian. Suffice it to say that working with a more severe technician would cause tension. One might wonder, for example, how Guy Roux would have done with the former Barcelona player.
« It’s also a question I’m asking myself. I would have made him my son, my second son, former AJ coach Auxerre responded on Europe 1. With very close reports, I think I could have done my best. Of course, that wouldn’t have stopped a tough few nights for me, when they were easy for him. I would have accommodated that. It must be said that Guy Roux is a big fan of Neymar, who impressed him notably in Montpellier (1-3).
Mbappé sulks, “I say congratulations!”
« What we enjoyed! Even people who don’t like it have a good pass. When he puts a deep pass, 98% of the players supported him, he only has the strength to get Mbappé to come praised the consultant, who appreciated his ability to share the poster with the Frenchman. Speaking of the ex-Monegasque, who does not hide his frustration when he is replaced, Guy Roux is not against this kind of reaction. On the contrary!
« When he’s screaming when he leaves the field, I congratulate him! When he leaves two minutes from the end, he’s not happy because he was robbed of two minutes that would allow him to put an extra goalSaid. When I took a player out, I’d make a face. If you’ve ever had a big smile, I think “but you don’t care, you’re already thinking about the movie that’s going to go to the movies.” Mbappé doesn’t really have the big head for his innate level of qualities. How do you manage to be kind and not arrogant? Parisians will appreciate these more pleasant statements than those concerning Marquinhos’ fatherhood.