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"He has accompanied all generations and will continue to accompany the next": Galtier's tribute to Pelé


Like many other actors in the world of football, the PSG coach, interviewed this Friday, expressed his pain after the disappearance of Pelé.

Pelé passed away on Thursday.

The question was therefore logically put to Christophe Galtier this Friday, at a press conference.

A subject that was discussed in the PSG locker room.

Obviously, the players talked about it, especially since we have Brazilians, Marquinhos and Neymar

”, breathes the Parisian coach, before paying tribute to “

a player who marked world football


And to continue: “Even if I saw him play very little, never in fact but I watched a lot of reports, he was a precursor in the game, on the athletic level.

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Galtier also believes that the memory of the King is not about to die out.


The years have passed, he is unfortunately gone, we offer all our condolences to his loved ones, but he has accompanied all generations and will accompany the next ones for a long time to come.

Such a record, such quality of play... He brought technical quality, he had incredible gestures that only he could achieve and he was appreciated and loved by everyone, from all over the world.

I don't know if such a list of achievements will one day be equaled...

", he slips.

Triple world champion with the Brazilian team, Pelé was 82 years old.

Source: lefigaro

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