Paris Saint-Germain, Campos’ radical way to monitor his players

Eager to enforce discipline in Paris Saint-Germain, Luis Campos had explored the capital’s nightlife establishments.

No more glamor, no more Club Med. This is a bit of a Paris Saint-Germain motto now, since the revolution promised by Nasser Al-Khelaifi, and embodied by the arrival of Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier.

The two men put together a whole bunch of routines, such as asking the group to meet every morning for breakfast before training, and then have lunch together as well. At the same time, delays are prohibited, and offending players are sent home frankly. Tightening of tone that responds to players’ desire: According to L’Equipe, several executives agreed during one-on-one interviews on appeal. “That it was necessary to bring more discipline and rigor on a daily basis.”

Campos tours clubs

more concretely, and even if he showed some firmness in his speech ( “If there are players who are out of bounds, they will be disqualified. Promise in particular that there will be no player above the group,” Galtier tries the same to maintain a certain warmth with his players, until he adopts a calm pose “Paternalistic”as he usually does.

On the other hand, Luis Campos will have slightly different styles. Still according to the Portuguese L’Equipe “He could have done an expedition in the night places of the capital.”. A tour of the nightclubs to make sure his players don’t spend too much time there? So Luis Campos was inspired by Jay Rowe, the legendary coach of AJ Auxerre. For once, we’re a long way from being in the bling bling.

See also  O Inspetor-Geral do Trabalho renuncia e retorna à Organização Internacional do Trabalho - ECO

You May Also Like

About the Author: Germano Álvares

"Desbravador de cerveja apaixonado. Álcool alcoólico incurável. Geek de bacon. Viciado em web em geral."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.