PSG: attacked by Fournier, Galtier is “not surprised knowing the man”

PSG: attacked by Fournier, Galtier is “not surprised knowing the man”

Accused of “serious things” by his former manager in Nice, the Parisian coach responded at a press conference on Thursday.

The PSG coach reacted to the exit of his former sporting director in Nice. Federico Pestellini / PANORAMIC

Christophe Galtier counter-attacks. The day after Julien Fournier’s virulent outing towards him, the PSG coach was logically questioned about it at a press conference at Camp des loges on Thursday. “I’m not surprised at first by the way he expressed himself, admits the former Nice coach. It’s not surprising either, because you’re exposed when you’re a PSG coach, and I don’t want to get tired of answering everyone. The function causes us to create a debate one after the other. But I’m not surprised how well I know the man.”

The day before, the former sports director of the GYM had criticized “things much more serious than football” on the airwaves of RMC. “If I explain the real reasons why we argued, Christophe will no longer go into a locker room either in France or in Europe,” assured Fournier, who had attracted “Galette” to Nice.
Reunion at the Park on Saturday evening

This outing helped to raise the temperature a few days before the reunion between the Parisian coach and his former club, Saturday evening at the Parc des Princes (9 p.m.). Invited to react to the Aiglons’ complicated start to the season (13th in Ligue 1), Galtier was not too worried that Lucien Favre, comforted despite the headwinds, could finally start the machine: “Favre is a coach of experience, I am convinced that they have a team and a coach who can take them to the highest level.