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Pochettino satisfied with the effort PSG squad against Saint-Etienne

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Even if the outcome left a lot to be desired, Paris Saint-success Germain’s against Saint-Etienne pleased Mauricio Pochettino. Mauricio Pochettino was satisfied with the effort his Paris Saint-Germain squad made against Saint-Etienne, but he knows there are plenty of improvements to be made.

PSG worked for a 1-1 draw in Pochettino’s opening game in charge, with the former Tottenham boss having replaced Thomas Tuchel.

Pochettino told Telefoot: “I am happy with the efforts of the players. We’ve been trying to set up various ideas since our first day.

I’m pleased with their efforts, their attitude. It’s only the beginning. They have to adapt to us [the employees] and we have to adapt to them. To get to know each other better, there is work to be done.

In many cases, particularly with the ball, we had to improve, but it was difficult because the training was very brief.
“Because we are PSG and we want to win, I’m sad. But we didn’t have much time to plan for the match.

There are still a lot of things we have to change, to grow. This is not the outcome we expected.”

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