Neymar, Kylian Mbappé or Zlatan Ibrahimovic, flagship players of PSG of the 2010s are not on the podium. On Tuesday, Rai was named best player in the history of the capital club by a jury made up of supporters, journalists and former players, according to a list unveiled on Tuesday on the occasion of the club’s 50th anniversary. The 1994 world champion, an icon of PSG of which he was a player from 1993 to 1998, edged out Safet Susic and Ronaldinho, respectively second and third in this ranking.
“He had a difficult start in Paris, he really knew how to be loved by supporters, he scored great goals, he was a great captain“said club historian Michel Kollar in an online presentation of the results. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, fourth, is the most popular player of the QSI era in this ranking. Carlo Ancelotti, who won the first Parisian titles under the QSI era during his season and a half on the club bench, is designated best coach, ahead of Laurent Blanc and Luis Fernandez.
Luis Fernandez won the award for the most emblematic “titi” (club-trained player), while Pedro Miguel Pauleta won the award for the most beautiful goal for his lob over Fabien Barthez at the 2004 Classic.
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