Rabesandratana looks back on the past performances of the young players Parisiens
With the numerous absences these past few weeks, Thomas Tuchel has been playing a lot of young players trained at the club for results, not necessarily the height. In his column on France Bleu Paris, Eric Rabesandratana has been questioned as to whether young Parisians could be the successor to the capital club.
“We talk about Kimpembe, Diaby, Nsoki, Dagba, Kehrer. They are found in the first line. We could see the reaction and the actual quality of these young people. In the lot, Nsoki has rather missed these last few days and I think he has not scored points for possibly stay at PSG. After, the worst, it is Kimpembe and Keher, on which it was based really in the last two matches. They are thought to be able to take the succession of Thiago Silva and form the base defensive with Marquinhos. […] Kehrer, it passes from hot to cold. It is a little left alone. Tuchel also has the role of the return to the right path. This is not that it lacks quality, but it must be handed in on the good road.“
The old Paris (1997-2001) spoke of his satisfaction with the young players, colin Dagba. “Dagba, even if it is not perfect, which is normal, his behavior is really professional and it shows that he is progressing at speed great V. C‘is the real hope for the future. Diaby, he sold us the dream in the beginning of the season but the end of this season makes us ask questions. He has quality and he needs to play a bit more as Nkunku, who when he played was very good. Maybe he should lend a little trust. But it could also be the keep and give him more playing time.“
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