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Châteauroux-PSG: Christophe Galtier's gift to Michel Denisot


Before the 32nd final of the Coupe de France, the former Parisian president, currently in Châteauroux, received a gift that touched him a lot

"That's it, I'm back at PSG!

“Showing the paper bags with the logo of the capital club, Michel Denisot bursts out laughing.

The former president of the capital club was in the center of attention before the 32nd final this Friday evening in Châteauroux where he took over the presidency in March 2021. For this match between his two favorite clubs, Michel Denisot told us that he was bound to have a special evening.

By taking out of the bag a jersey flocked in his name and signed by a large part of the players, he confirms his emotion.

“It was Christophe Galtier who gave it to me,” he slips, his eyes shining.

"It's always ... We may be 77 years old, we are children," he says with a burst of laughter.

In addition they will keep it to be able to put everyone's signatures.

"It is true that Messi,

Michel Denisot wishes to salute Galtier, whom he does not know personally but whom he appreciates.

"I have a lot of respect for him," he said.

For his career, his prize list.

And for his humanity too.

I find that he is someone who combines intelligence and instinct, which for the position is very important”.

Reunion between former castelsroussins at Gaston-Petit one hour before the kick-off of the 32nd final #Châteauroux #PSG #Rabesandratana #Algerino @ERabesandratana @JimmyAlgerino

— The Parisian |

PSG (@le_Parisien_PSG) January 6, 2023

Faced with the unprecedented composition of PSG, Michel Denisot indicates that he finds it good and in the spirit of the Coupe de France.

He still thinks of the spectators, who are probably a little disappointed not to "see the stars".

“But well we will see there may be revelations and we will say: we were there!

“, he adds.

Other former consulates were also on the trip, such as Eric Rabesandratana (France Bleu Paris), Jimmy Algerino (Europe 1) or Daniel Bravo (BeIN Sports).

In addition Luis Fernandez, was also on the lawn as a consultant for beIN Sports.

The coach who enabled Michel Denisot's PSG to win the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1996, was acclaimed by the Parisian ultras who chanted his name.

He walked up to them to wave goodbye.

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2023-01-06

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