After Cavani, Neymar Now Has Problems With Another PSG Man

Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar looks dejected.

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After spatting with teammate Edinson Cavani, PSG’s record-signing Neymar Jr is now upset with his manager Unai Emery.

Neymar was found guilty of receiving a red card, as a result of two yellow cautions, in a match against Marseille which also happen to be his first sent-off in the new club.

After the incident, Emery stated in the post-match conference, “Neymar needs to adapt to Ligue 1, to our team and to the referees. He is intelligent. He knows that what happened last Sunday will serve as a lesson moving forward.

“He is a player who creates a lot of pressure and aggression when he has the ball and has already had great performances with us. We are analysing some videos with him to see how he can grow, especially in positioning and working with his teammates.”

However, according to Marca, the former Barcelona forward is fed up with the constant use of video analysis by the manager in the dressing room.


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The 25-year-old is not happy with his boss giving him video lessons. The Spaniard regularly spends time with his team reviewing footage and images of the previous game, and the Brazilian is hoping to change the way that his manager works to get them ready for the next game, and adopt a present-day approach.

The £198m-rated forward went a step ahead to complain about the same to the PSG Board, however, reports suggest that they are still on good terms with each other. Interestingly, Brazil’s national team manager Tite also uses video analysis to improve the international squad, but his presentations are supposedly much shorter.

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Written by Himangshu Das  

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