Ligue 1

Messi Will Have The Word GOAT On His Sleeve Next Season, Whether You Like It Or Not

We all know how heated the debate about Lionel Messi being the GOAT gets. And that hot-headed discussion will probably be rekindled again after a new sponsorship agreement announced by PSG.

The French team will partner with sneakers marketplace GOAT for the next three years — in a deal worth $55 million — allowing them to stamp their logo on the sleeve of PSG's 2022-23 jersey. 

In other words, Messi, the GOAT for many, soon will carry the word GOAT on his left arm. 

If he stays at PSG, of course.

Messi, Mbappé And Neymar All Finally Score In The Same Match

After getting bounced by Real Madrid in the Champions League, collectively booed by its own supporters at the Parc des Princes and hammered by Monaco at Stade Louis II, no club appreciated the international break more than PSG.

PSG's Season Turns Comedic With Fourth Straight Away Defeat Across All Competitions

Paris Saint-Germain produced a woeful performance as they lost 3-0 at Monaco in Ligue 1 on Sunday, a result that will put coach Mauricio Pochettino under more pressure less than two weeks after their Champions League exit.

PSG, on 65 points from 29 games, still lead Marseille and Nice by 15 points before those sides meet later on Sunday, following a third straight away league defeat.

Lionel Messi, Neymar Relentlessly Booed By PSG Fans Despite 3-0 Win

Paris Saint-Germain returned home Sunday to fierce boos, jeers and whistles after again turning itself into a global laughingstock with a preposterous 29-minute Champions League collapse against Real Madrid last Wednesday.

Neymar Says He’d Love To Play In MLS, Might Need Help Understanding Calendars

Paris St. Germain and Brazil forward Neymar would like to play in the United States-based Major League Soccer for at least a season before he calls time on his career.

Neymar, who is under contract at PSG until June 2025, said he was more likely to play in the U.S. than return to his home country.

"I don't know if I'll play in Brazil again," the 30-year-old said on the Fenomenos podcast. "I have some doubts about that.

"I'd love to play in the U.S. actually. I'd love to play there at least for a season.

Neymar Tries His Goofy Stutter-Step Penalty And Fails Spectacularly As PSG Loses To Nantes

Paris Saint-Germain’s penalty kick woes continued Saturday during the team’s 3-1 loss to Nantes in Ligue 1. Lionel Messi saw his penalty kick against Real Madrid in the Champions League saved on Tuesday. Four days later Neymar has topped Messi’s penalty fail with one of his own. This Neymar penalty vs Nantes is about as dismal as they come.

PSG Makes One Final Push To Keep Mbappé By Offering Astronomical Weekly Salary

The Kylian Mbappé to Real Madrid transfer saga has already taken turns that are without precedent, but after the 23-year-old again showcased why he's already the most electrifying footballer on the planet during PSG's 1-0 win over Real on Tuesday, another twist was reported by The Independent

Chicago Fire Sign Alpine Messi, Immediately Rename Him Lake Michigan Messi

The Chicago Fire have signed Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri from Olympique Lyonnais on a contract until 2024, the Major League Soccer (MLS) club announced on Wednesday, bringing a swift end to his time with the French side.

Shaqiri only joined Lyon from Liverpool in August to strengthen the Ligue 1 side's attacking options but scored just twice in 16 appearances in all competitions.

Over-Performing Underdogs: The "Burnleys" of European Football

Every league has that one team that isn't really all that good but just seems to hang around for far longer than they should. They don't spend much, they don't play entertaining football, and they never really win any big games. Yet when the season ends, they are always mid-table.

In the 2010s, that team in England was Wigan Athletic, as Roberto Martínez's brand of "Guerilla Soccer" kept an underfunded Latics side in the Premier League for eight years.

PSG Wins Big As Sergio Ramos Gets First Goal And Messi Makes First Appearance Of 2022

PARIS - Paris Saint-Germain continued their march towards the Ligue 1 title as Marco Verratti inspired them to a 4-0 home victory against Reims on Sunday and Lionel Messi made his first appearance of the year.

Italy midfielder Verratti found the back of the net for PSG for the first time since 2019, while Sergio Ramos scored his first goal for the capital side. Wout Faes scored an own goal, and Danilo Pereira added another to put PSG on 53 points from 22 matches.

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