PSG’s saddest title

Paris, the city of love, of revolutions, the place that most embodies the spirit of modernity, has never boasted a team capable of going toe-to-toe with the biggest clubs of European football. The city’s leading club, Paris Saint Germain, has seen numerous owners and entrepreneurs in charge, attempting to make the outfit competitive outside France. Since Qatar acquired the club over a decade ago it has constantly been in limelight, but not precisely for the European trophies it’s won. This year, once again, PSG has won the Ligue 1 title, but that feels like a tiny triumph right now. It may be the club’s ninth title in the last eleven years, yet the genuine goal, winning the Champions League, feels like a challenge that is further away than ever.

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