and PSG is the only club that has been present at the last four U17 and U19 championships at the same time. A real success for the younger generation Red Blueand their leaders: We have two very important matches ahead of us and we hope to qualify“he said Yohan Cabayesports coordinator of the training center to our colleagues from Parisian. Because U17 and U19 are really over Nantes (3-2) a Toulouse (6-1). These two groups will play the semifinals of their championship this year on May 28 from 15:00 in Borg against Toulouse for the team Stephan Moreauand the next day in Amnéville at the same time for the U19 from Zoumana Camara before monaco. In the event of a final, the second nominee will face Nantes Where Brest June 5 in Saint-Quentin in Aisne and U17 will have to face Ajaccio Where Lyons 4th June.
Cabaye: “We are very demanding on players”
For the sports coordinator of the training center of the capital PSGit’s all fruitful work: This is a reward for the work done from day one. We are very demanding on players. We want them to move forward every day and this vision allows us to have good results. It’s good to be in the semifinals, but it’s not the end. If we play competitions, we have to win them. We have two very good groups, in U19 and U17, with a great atmosphere. They do very good things. All players want to go to the end. They didn’t do well in the youth league or in Gambardella, they are hypermotivated“.
Outside the deadlines that await the young category PSG at the end of the season starting this weekend, Yohan Cabaye remains in the columns Parisian on the work done by Parisian leaders: ” This already shows the high quality of recruitment, a sector that does a lot of work under the leadership of Pierre Reynaud and his team. We also have a top pre-workout system with very competent trainers“.
Note that the U19 from Zoumana Camara will be deprived Warren Zaire-Emery and El Chadaille Bitshiabu. Two players affected by Euro U17french teamin particular the semifinals against Portugal this Sunday, May 29 at 4:30 p.m.