Ambape: "PSG was not scary, we need to bring back the deterrence"
The star has determined what the Parisians' problem has been in the last two years and has marked goals for next season: "It will be amazing to become the king of club goals at all times"
Friday, 24 June 2022, 22:25
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After the end of the national team break and the League of Nations games, Killian Ambape finally got some time to rest after a particularly intense year personally.
The issue of his future was in the headlines everywhere in the world throughout the season, until he finally decided to give up his childhood dream, refuse Real Madrid, and instead extend a contract at Paris Saint-Germain.
If the rest days took advantage of Ambape to fly to New York, where he watched the NBA Draft held Thursday-Friday night.
While in the United States, Ambepa was interviewed by the French media and marked goals for the team's upcoming season from City of Lights.
"Winning the Champions League and becoming the king of PSG goals at all times are part of my goals, but there is more. Winning the Champions League is a known goal, there is no need to say too much about this enterprise. We want to win and we have our way."
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The deterrent needs to be restored.
Ambape and Neymar (Photo: Reuters)
While the Frenchman will need an outstanding season to lift the trophy with the big ears, a mediocre campaign in his terms will be enough for him to overtake Edinson Cavani and become the king of club goals at all times.
Ambape has 171 goals in five seasons at the club, and he needs another 29 to overtake Uruguay: "Being the top scorer would be an amazing thing if I could get there. I believe that if I continue to play like in previous seasons, it will not be a problem to achieve that."
In the past year, expectations from Mbabane and the team have been higher than ever.
The attack, which includes the Frenchman and Neymar, was joined by Lionel Messi, and although PSG regained the French championship, the season was marked as a major failure in light of the relegation from the Champions League already in the quarterfinals.
The Parisians as mentioned regained the title without much difficulty, but in many games against senior teams in the local league the champion failed to express its qualitative advantage and dropped points.
According to Ambape, this was a major problem for the team: "In the last season and the one before it (in which Lil won the championship) we were less scary, less submissive. We have a goal and that is to bring back the deterrence within the local framework."