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Who is Christophe Galtier, the new PSG manager

Christophe Galtier is PSG's new manager for the 2022-2023 season and here we tell you more about the strategist; arrives to take the place of

Who is Christophe Galtier, the new PSG manager


Christophe Galtier is PSG’s new manager for the 2022-2023 season and here we tell you more about the strategist; arrives to take the place of Mauricio Pochettino and in this way he seeks to lead the Parisian team to success.

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“Christophe Galtier is the new PSG coach. The French coach signed a contract for two seasons, until June 30, 2024, ”the Parisian team indicated through their social networks.

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“I’m excited! We will have to work together to make people happy. If I have accepted this position it is because I am capable of doing it. It’s just hard. Together we are much stronger, ”Galtier established in his presentation on the bench.

Who is Christophe Galtier?

This is how we tell you who it is Christophe Galtier is PSG’s new manager; the French team is still searching for the helmsman who can lead the team to the top of the UEFA Champions League.

Galtier had a brief and inconspicuous career as a footballer; he played in the central defense demarcation and was in teams like Olympique de Marseille, Lille OSC and Toulouse FC. In addition, he served in AC Monza of Italy and the Liaoning Yuandong of China.

Off the pitch, Christophe began his career as an assistant coach for various teams; Olympique de Marseille, SC Bastia, FC Sochaux and Olympique de Lyon in France. While he held this same position in Aris Thessaloniki from Greece, Al-Ain FC from the United Arab Emirates and FC Portsmouth from England.

Already as the first coach, it all started with him. St-Étienne, LOSC Lille, Nice and now PSG. In his record he only has three titles; one of them as player winning the Jia-A League with China’s Liaoning Yuandong. While as a strategist he made a French League Cup with AS Saint-Étienne and Lille’s recent Ligue 1.

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