“The goalkeeper who never stops anything”: Ménès knocks out Donnarumma


The sports consultant, Pierre Ménès, was not tender with the goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma following the defeat of Paris Saint-Germain against Lens.

the Paris HolyGerman conceded his first defeat (3-1) of the season against Lens this Sunday evening at the Bollaert stadium. A resounding failure for the Parisians, whose series of 32 matches without defeat ended on this 17th day of Ligue 1. What to give the answer to the Parisian coach, Christophe Galtier, who returned to the pale copy returned by the Reds and Blues.

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“Catastrophic, cataclysmic, unspeakable”

“It’s not so much the defeat that disappoints me or annoys me, but it’s the way we conceded our goals. We knew the strengths of Lens, we had identified them, we had talked about them, we had worked, “ thus explained cake in a press conference after the meeting, adding: ” We had to play the opposite of what we did. The ball had to move much faster, behind the Lensois midfielders, to be able to develop our attacks afterwards. Unfortunately, we had too much technical waste. And these losses of ball give the advantage to the counter-attacks, because at that time, we are in total imbalance. »

For his part, the former consultant for Canal +Pierre Ménès, wanted to highlight the performance of Parisian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, whose level he considers worrying. “There are a few files to open on the Parisian side. Starting with Donnarumma, the goalkeeper who never stops anything. it starts to be very problematic especially when there is Navas on the bench. It may not be too late to change your mind because this keeper is never decisive. We will arrive against Bayern at matches where the aligned goalkeeper will have to be decisive. “, he lamented on his channel YouTube Pierrot Le Footwithout ignoring the problems of the Parisian defensive hinge.

“Ramos, it’s not even worth it. We see since he plays, that he is no longer advancing and that he is playing on his reputation. And Marquinhos, I don’t know if it’s Ramos’ slowness that makes him feel insecure, but he’s only been a shadow of himself for too long for it to be a coincidence.added the sports journalist.

Not convinced by the level of play displayed by the new Parisian recruit, Fabian Ruiz, since his arrival at the club of the capital, Ménès also allowed himself to comment on his performance against the Artesians. “Fabian Ruiz, who had already been very bad against Strasbourg, was catastrophic, cataclysmic, unspeakable”he concluded.

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