PSG sack boss Tuchel

This time of year is a busy period in the calendar for everyone, of all shapes and forms and all walks of life.

This time is arguably the busiest for football players, managers and everyone who is associated with a football alike.

Now, I am not telling an emotional tale, trying to garner support for football stars, but their hefty pay packets arguably cushioning the blow of having to endure such a busy period.

For French champions PSG, the people that run the club, now have more work added to their schedule in what is an already busy schedule.

The Parisians, announced that former German manager Thomas Tuchel has been sacked, despite last year guiding the Parc De Princes outfit to a maiden Champions League final appearance last year.

Predictably a Ligue1 title was secured, but the atmosphere at the French club just seemed a bit toxic.

Neymar seemed to have a fractious relationship with the former Borussia Dortmund manager Tuchel as did Kylian Mbappe, the wantaway French star who has taken his game to even higher levels since switching Monaco’s Stade Louis for Paris’ Parc De Princes.

To add further salt to the wounds, record goalscorer Edison Cavani left, arguably partly down to the rift with Neymar and penalty-taking duties.

Despite Tuchel’s impressive achievements, the fact that the 47-year old seemed to not get along with Leonardo, the clubs sporting director and the three superstar forwards they had on their books.

This ultimately derailed and overshadowed Thomas Tuchel’s time in the French capital. PSG, are said to have a replacement waiting in the wings, in former player Mauricio Pochettino.

The former Spurs boss has been out of work since getting sacked by North London side Tottenham Hotspur. As for German Thomas Tuchel, he shouldn’t be short of suitors. Yes, he’s been sacked by PSG, but as have Carlo Ancelotti, Unai Emery and Laurent Blanc. Just maybe, the Paris Saint Germain job, although may be seen as a dream job, is, in fact, a nightmare, only time will tell.

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