While he will find PSG on Friday evening in the 32nd finals of the Coupe de France, Michel Denisot, now non-executive president of Châteauroux (National), spoke in the columns of The Team this Wednesday. He notably returned to the dimension taken by the club of the capital, which he had chaired between 1991 and 1998. “PSG has everything to be number 1, it only has to win the Champions League. […] If he wins it, he will be the biggest club in the world. He can become one this season.”said the journalist with multiple hats before adding: “he (PSG) has in his workforce a world champion (Messi), a finalist (Mbappé), a 4th (Hakimi), it is a World Cup team. If PSG was a nation, it could have won the World Cup.
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For Michel Denisot, it is also a nice wink to find the club with which he had known European summits (PSG had won the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1996 under his presidency): “I followed the draw and of the 64 teams entered, the last two drawn were PSG and Châteauroux. The circle is complete. I see it as a sign of fate personally. My last match with PSG was against Châteauroux (1-2, May 9, 1998)” wanted to remind the former presenter of Canal +.