The death of Arthur Jorge: How did “King Arthur” enter the legend of Paris Saint-Germain and European football?

The death of Arthur Jorge: How did “King Arthur” enter the legend of Paris Saint-Germain and European football?

The most famous drinker in the history of Paris Saint-Germain died on Thursday, February 22. Artur Jorge, two-time coach of the capital club (1991-1994 and 1998-1999), champion of France in 1994, has joined the legends of Portuguese football, according to a press release issued by his family. “It is with great sadness that the family of Artur Jorge Braga de Melo Teixeira announces his death this morning in Lisbon, after a long illness. He died peacefully surrounded by his loved ones.” » A disappearance that affects all the club’s fans, even the current managers, such as Luis Campos, the sports advisor, who was his compatriot. Artur Jorge is his inspiration.

He was a big name on the sidelines and arrived at the Camp des Loges in 1991 when Paris Saint-Germain was bought by Canal+. President Michel Deniso chose his first technician to win the Champions League Cup – the predecessor of the Champions League – in 1987 with the Portuguese club Porto, ahead of Bayern Munich (2-1), with Rabah Madjer’s famous heel goal. To future generations. This is the first C1 title won by the Dragons club, almost twenty years before Jose Mourinho's win in 2004. Artur Jorge, with his pre-established first name, has earned him the nickname 'King Artur'.

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