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PSG vs Napoli live stream, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

PSG will use the Jordan kit in the Champions League next season as part of the Nike collaboration

The team with the Jordan brand was mocked by Justin Timberlake, with the famous logo that replaces the Eiffel Tower of PSG on the plate

PSG’s new home kit will be ditched in Europe this season in favour of the Jordan strip

Paris Saint-Germain will wear the Nike kits of the Jordan brand in the Champions League next season.The collaboration between NBA legend Michael Jordan and PSG has been rumored for some time after Justin Timberlake wore a team jacket during a show in the French capital.

PSG has used Nike kits since 1989, and this measure, reported by the Sun, comes as part of its current £ 22 million agreement per year.

The jacket used by Timberlake showed the PSG badge with the Eiffel Tower replaced by Jordan’s famous “Jumpman” silhouette. The custom kit, which has not yet been confirmed by Nike, will probably be based on the jacket as part of the entire range of clothes produced by the collaboration.

Nike, which provided the boots for 65 percent of the players in this summer’s World Cup, is willing to increase its revenue related to football, which in the Bloomberg report showed a total of £ 1.6bn in 2016 compared to Adidas rival of £ 2.3bn.

The Jordan brand was launched in 1984 when its founder of the same name was third in the NBA draft against the Chicago Bulls.With the Bulls, who had never won an NBA title until Jordan came, he won six rings. They have not won another championship since then.

In doing so, Jordan became the face of basketball, and is considered by many to be the best of all time in court.The endorsements of the brand that bears his name have helped him build a net worth of 1.29 billion pounds, placing it among the 1,500 richest people in the world.

Paris Saint Germain Top Goal Scorers 

# Player / Current club Nation Date of Birth     Goals per match
1
Edinson Cavani
Paris Saint-Germain
Uruguay
Italy
14.02.1987 256 114′ 0,69
2
Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Los Angeles Galaxy
Sweden
Bosnia-Herzegovina
03.10.1981 180 97′ 0,87
3
Pauleta
Retired
Portugal 28.04.1973 211 150′ 0,52
4
Raí
Retired
Brazil 15.05.1965 198 248′ 0,33
5
Ángel Di María
Paris Saint-Germain
Argentina
Italy
14.02.1988 149 188′ 0,38
6
Guillaume Hoarau
BSC Young Boys
France
Réunion
05.03.1984 161 188′ 0,35
7
Nenê
São Paulo Futebol Clube
Brazil
Spain
19.07.1981 112 190′ 0,43
8
George Weah
Retired
Liberia 01.10.1966 125 206′ 0,38
9
Lucas Moura
Tottenham Hotspur
Brazil 13.08.1992 229 298′ 0,20
10
Javier Pastore
AS Roma
Argentina
Italy
20.06.1989 269 385′ 0,17

PSG Top Stories 

  • Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal And Barcelona On High Alert As Reports Suggest PSG Star Will Reject New Contract The Sportsman14:57 Earlier today
  • PSG eye shock move for AC Milan midfielder Calciomercato.com03:27 Yesterday
  • Kylian Mbappe to leave Paris Saint-Germain, this is when – Marcel Desailly Daily and Sunday Express
  • Neymar Jr launches world’s biggest inclusive school for disabled children Sportskeeda21:55 Sat, 27 Oct
  • Neymar shows impressive skill in training before PSG’s trip to Marseille Daily Mail21: Sat 38, October 27
  • Look: Neymar’s new challenge for fans goes viral NDTV.com20: 02 Sat, October 27
  • PSG points to the defender of West Ham at £ 50m move 90 minutes at a time (Weblog) 19:41 Saturday 27 October
  • Report: West Ham United prepared for the Paris Saint-Germain offer by the Issa Diop Sports Mole18: 16 from Saturday to October 27

PSG Top XI

Goalkeeper: Bernard Lama

psg v liverpool

There is a good chance that someone like Alphonse Areola could go on to star for club and country, but this is the one position the new PSG-era has struggled with, making Lama the obvious choice between the sticks.

In seven seasons he managed to play over 300 games for the club. Amazing reflexes, stunning reaction saves and unmatched agility, he is still a legend among fans that were at the Parc des Princes in the 90s.

Lama was a key component of the 1994 title winning side, he also won the Coupe de France twice and UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1996 – his clean sheet against Rapid Wien in the final of the latter making him a Les Rouge-et-Bleu hero .

Centre Back: Ricardo Gomes

In order to try and squeeze as many stars as possible into this team, we have gone for 3-4-3 formation – it always helps that the club have a history of playing imperious centre-backs.

It is no surprise to find a towering Brazilian in the centre of the PSG defence, but Gomes was a star before his time.

Winning four trophies in four years with the club, he controlled the defence for over 150 games, winning the French title in 1994.

He should have been part of the legendary Brazil team in 1994, but on the eve of the tournament he picked up an injury and missed out on his country’s World Cup victory in the USA.

Centre Back: Thiago Silva

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Another Brazilian superstar… and while Silva may have lost his hero status in his homeland, for PSG he is the rock that four Ligue 1 titles have been built on.

Easily the best defender in France and still one of the best in Europe, it often seems like he is not tested week-to-week. However, when he needs to be switched on, like in the Champions League, there are not many better than the former AC Milan man.

Centre Back: Alain Roche

The thorn between two roses, the uncompromising Roche spent six years at the club and was part of the team that won the Cup Winners Cup in 96.

It takes a special kind of player to go from Marseille – via Auxerre – to Paris and become a club legend. He was named French Football Player of the Year in 1992 and would later play his part off the field too, becoming Sporting Director.

He finished his career as one of only three men that have lifted the French title with three different clubs – was part of the 1994 champions in Paris.

Defensive midfield: Marco Verratti

barcelona v psg

We have to look to the future with this one. Signed for the club as a teenager from Italian side Pescara, Verratti is undoubtedly going to go on to be one of football’s greatest talents.He is actually not that far off already.

Thiago Motta, Paul Le Guen and Claude Makelele miss out, but in three or four years they will not even be part of the conversation.When he arrived in the French capital, Verratti had never played top-flight football, now you cannot imagine the club without him.

His position in the PSG team was never more magnified than when he was injured last season. There was huge hole in the midfield that then coach Laurent Blanc just could not replace.Players with as much talent as Verratti has, at such a young age, are priceless.

Right Midfield: Dominique Rocheteau

Rocheteau made his name as a part of the super successful Saint-Etienne side of the 70s. Labelled the Green Angel, he was an amazing player for club and country.

He actually spent seven years in Paris, played over 250 games and is still the club’s third all-time leading goal scorer.

Trickery down the wings, pace and a great crosser of the ball, how current boss Unai Emery would love a player of his ability in his squad.

Attacking Midfield: Youri Djorkaeff

PSG Cup Winners' Cup

Other names might have been expected here. It is a gut-wrenching feeling to leave out Rai – he paved the way for the Brazilian influence on the club – and the legend that is Jay-Jay Okocha – who would later be reunited with Djorkaeff at Big Sam Allardyce’s Bolton in 2002.

Despite being better known for his time at AS Monaco and Inter Milan, his stint at PSG will not be forgotten quickly.

You will not find him on the lists for top goal scorers, or appearances, he only actually played for PSG for one season.

However, the midfielder scored 19 goals in 46 games and helped the club win the Cup Winners’ Cup that season. It doesn’t get much better than that.

Attacking Midfield: Safet Susic

If Djorkaeff does not get you, there is a good chance that Susic will. The Yugoslavian midfielder scored an incredible 96 goals over nine seasons.

He added 61 assists for a team that struggled in the 80s. He was named Foreign Player of the Year in 1983, but only managed to pick up one league and one cup during his time in the French capital.

In 2010, France Football chose Susic as the best player in the history of PSG, obviously before the QSI era, above a roll call of historic names in this team. If it’s good enough for them…

Left Midfield: Ronaldinho

ronaldinho psg

On the left, there could only be one player to get the crowd on their feet. The likes of David Ginola and Valdo miss out, but this ‘smiling assassin’ was a talent like no other – something that he would show the world with the Seleção and Barcelona.

He exudes class and unpredictability; he was definitely a QSI-type megastar long before the Qataris laid their hands on the club.

Fans were only able to watch Ronnie’s ability for two seasons, but that was enough for him to be remembered as a club legend – skills of the like they may never witness at the Parc des Princes again.

Centre Forward: Pauleta

You can only doff your cap to a player like Pauleta. The Portuguese striker joined the club from Bordeaux at a time when the capital club were truly struggling in 2003.

A truly awful PSG side – who finished 11th in Ligue 1 in the 2002/3 season – welcomed with open arms a player who had managed to score 109 goals in just five seasons.

He was a finisher like no other and, although a certain Swede (see below) has gone past him in the goal scoring table, for just how bad the early 2000’s team was, each goal should count for more.

It boggles the mind to think just how many goals he could have scored in this current team. He would probably still manage at least 15 a season even now!

Centre Forward: Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic paris

156 goals in 180 appearances, that is all you need to say when you mention Zlatan ‘the ego’ Ibrahimovic.

The club’s all-time leading scorer in all competitions, Ibra has taken PSG to a level never previously thought possible, adding four league titles,

PSG have noe not won the title without Zlatan since 1994. He is an automatic pick on this list and will remain the best ever play Paris has ever seen for a very long time.

He is the player that all other greats will now be measured against – and that is just not fair on anyone.

PSG Top earning Players 

Paris Saint Germain Salaries 2018 (Contract Details Revealed)
PLAYER AGE WEEKLY WAGE CONTRACT LEFT
Kevin Trapp 27 €75,000 2 Years (2020)
Alphonse Aréola 24 €40,000 1 Years (2019)
Sébastien Cibois 19 Last year (2018)
Marquinhos (new deal) 23 €200,000 4 Years (2022)
Thiago Silva 33 €200,000 2 Years (2020)
Presnel Kimpembe 22 €10,000 3 Years (2021)
Layvin Kurzawa 25 €75,000 2 Years (2020)
Yuri Berchiche (new signing) 28 €80,000 3 Years (2021)
Thomas Meunier 26 €60,000 2 Years (2020)
Dani Alves (new signing) 35 €230,000 1 Years (2019)
Grzegorz Krychowiak
Thiago Motta 35 €80,000 Last Year (2018)
Marco Verratti 25 €150,000 3 Years (2021)
Lassana Diarra (new signing) 32 €80,000 1 Years (2019)
Adrien Rabiot 22 €60,000 1 Years (2019)
Julian Draxler 24 €100,000 3 Years (2021)
Javier Pastore 28 €100,000 1 Years (2019)
Hatem Ben Arfa 30 €75,000 Last Year (2018)
Neymar JR (new signing) 26 €500,000 4 Years (2022)
Ángel Di María 30 €230,000 1 Years (2019)
Edinson Cavani 31 €200,000 2 Years (2020)
Kylian Mbappé (currently on loan) 19 €300,000 1 year loan deal switching to permanent deal next year.
Gonçalo Guedes 20 3 Years (2012)

 

PSG Top Cheap Players 

NAME AGE CLUB CR PR VA.
G Donnarumma 18 AC Milan 82 93 £25m
A Lafont 18 Toulouse 77 89 £10.1m
A Meret 20 Ferrara (loan) 74 88 £9.2m
W Farinez 19 Los Millionarios 73 87 £7m
C Fruchtl 17 Bayern Munich 65 86 £0.8m
B Dragowski 19 Fiorentina 71 84 £3.6m
M Svilar 17 Benfica 63 83 £0.5m
D Henderson 20 Shrewsbury (loan) 68 83 £1.6m
A Plizzari 17 Ternana (loan) 62 82 £0.4m
B Kamara 20 Strasbourg 70 81 £2.4m

Napoli launches the best kit next season and ruins it with the sponsor

Napoli has released a magnificent new kit for the next season 2018/19, with Kappa creating a unique “geometric pattern” that apparently represents a panther.

All this is an impressive effort from Kappa, but he is disappointed by the choice of sponsor at the front. The side of the Serie A has two sponsors in the coffer, the mineral water company Lete and the pasta company Garofalo.

Now, Lete, on his own, would have been in class, but with the additional sponsor Garofalo in the stomach ends up being an exaggeration, ruining what could have been a great team.

Now Lete on its own would have looked class, but with the extra sponsor  Garofalo on the stomach it ends up being overkill, ruining what could’ve been a great kit.

napoli kit

The Naples club have released a video in conjunction with the reveal of the kit:

Napoli Top Goal Scorers 

# Player / Current club Nation Date of Birth     Goals per match
1
Marek Hamsik
SSC Napoli
Slovakia 27.07.1987 510 320′ 0,24
2
Diego Maradona
Retired
Argentina 30.10.1960 258 196′ 0,45
3
Edinson Cavani
Paris Saint-Germain
Uruguay
Italy
14.02.1987 138 111′ 0,75
4
Antonio Vojak
Italy 19.11.1904 190 168′ 0,54
5
Careca
Retired
Brazil 05.10.1960 221 195′ 0,43
6
Dries Mertens
SSC Napoli
Belgium 06.05.1987 247 162′ 0,38
7
Gonzalo Higuaín
AC Milan
Argentina
France
10.12.1987 147 121′ 0,63
8
Attila Sallustro
Italy
Paraguay
15.12.1908 206 237′ 0,38
9
Giuseppe Savoldi
Retired
Italy 21.01.1947 150 179′ 0,49
10
José Callejón
SSC Napoli
Spain 11.02.1987 267 283′ 0,28

Napoli Top Stories 

  • Hamsik can set Napoli record tonight Football Italia05:15
  • Koulibaly: I will cry a lot the day I leave Napoli Forza Italian Football (Weblog)03:43
  • Liverpool transfer news: Jurgen Klopp to see £60m January plan ruined by new contract Daily and Sunday Express03:33
  • Napoli Set High Asking Price For Liverpool Linked Lorenzo Insigne Inside Futbol22:29 Sat, 27 Oct
  • Roma squad for Napoli trip Football Italia22:23 Sat, 27 Oct
  • Ancelotti can be Napoli’s missing ingredient for Serie A success, says Koulibaly Goal.com21:21 Sat, 27 Oct
  • Carletto’s Way Chiesa Di Totti (Weblog)20:59 Sat, 27 Oct
  • Ancelotti can be Napoli’s missing ingredient, says Koulibaly FourFourTwo20:10 Sat, 27 Oct

Napoli Player Salaries 2018/19 

Player Age Yearly Salary Contract Until
Orestis Karnezis 33 2021
David Ospina 29 2019
Alex Meret 21 2023
Raúl Albiol  32 €2.1 million 2020
Nikola Maksimovic 26 2021
Vlad Chiriches 28 €1.7 million 2020
Faouzi Ghoulam 27 €800,000 2022
Elseid Hysaj 24 €700,000 2020
Kalidou Koulibaly 26 €2 million 2020
Sebastiano Luperto 21
Michael Scarf 18 €200,000 Extended (2018)
Kevin Malcuit 27 2022
Mário Rui  26 €1.8 million 2021
Lorenzo Tonelli 28 €900,000 2020
Amadou Diawara 20 €750,000 2021
Leandrinho 29 €1.6 million 2021
Marek Hamsik 30 €3.5 million 2020
Zinedine Machach 22 €800,000 2022
Allan 27 €1.4 million 2023
Adam Ounas 21 €900,000 2022
Fabian Ruiz 22 2023
Marko Rog 22 €1.3 million 2021
Piotr Zielinski 23 €1.1 million 2021
Amin Younes 25 2023
José Callejón 31 €3 million 2020
Simone Verdi 26 2023
Lorenzo Insigne 26 €3.6 million 2022
Dries Mertens 30 €3.5 million 2020
Arkadiusz Milik 24 €2.5 million 2021

 

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