“We must reopen the history book!”, the cry of the heart of a former PSG player


Passed by PSG in the early 2000s, Kaba Diawara regrets that the capital club does not rely on the experience of its former glories.

Those who have followed the French championship since the end of the 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, even before it was called “Ligue 1” in 2002, inevitably remember him. Crowned champion of France with the Grondins de Bordeaux in 1999, Kaba Diawara went through eighteen clubs during his professional career. Including Olympique de Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain, where he did not leave an imperishable memory despite a second place obtained with the Ile-de-France team in 2000.

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Today coach of Guinea, the former striker (47 years old) always closely follows the news of the Red and Blue. And for him, the club of the capital will not become a great of Europe as long as it does not come to terms with its pre-QSI history. “I didn’t agree with Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) when he said that PSG was born with the arrival of the Qataris”, he blurted out in an interview with It should be remembered that this club won a European Cup in the 1990s (the Cup Cup in 1996, editor’s note). »

“We need ambassadors”

And Kaba Diawara to give good advice to Nasser Al-Khelaïfi: “Current leaders must solicit elders of the house! I am thinking in particular of David Ginola or Bernard Lama. For George Weah, it will be more complicated now that he is President of the Republic of Liberia (laughs). These are guys who don’t have their tongues in their pocket. We need ambassadors, former French players who have passed through the club to represent the institution. We must reopen the history book! » The message got through.

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