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Marseille had a plan to frustrate Neymar in 2-2 draw

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According to a report from UOL Sports, Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar is growing weary of the tactical lessons of manager Unai Emery.

Rounding out the list before we reach Messi is one of the Argentine's Barcelona teammates, Ousmane Dembele, who arrived at the Camp Nou in a £135 million deal from Borussia Dortmund, during the summer transfer window.

As far as rumors go, it is believed that Barcelona will return for Coutinho, and with the bar set at $160 million, I don't see Liverpool settling for anything less than something in that range.

Nothing serious, therefore, simply Neymar has the level of attention of a child of 2 years and a half in front of a cartoon, and it is necessary to do with it. "For me it's great to have a player like him with you every day". The main cause for concern at the moment is team's poor form in domestic championship.

Neymar was sent off late in the 2-2 draw in Le Classique after clashing with Lucas Ocampos, who may have over-dramatised the incident. The Brazilian also sat out the goalless draw at Montpellier Hérault SC last month because of a minor fitness problem. "We will have to give our best from the first minute to the last in order to win it". If not for the brilliant manner in which he has taken control of their forward plays, the enormous price tag attached to him alone would make the preferential treatment understandable.

"I would pay a little more attention to certain words I used to describe the project", McCourt said.

"Against Nice, we need to win".

"We are delighted to be going to Paris". And we haven't forgotten what happened against them last season. Visibly embarrassing fights between the two over who should be the one to stand over the penalties seems to be the cause here.

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That last one really would be the final straw!

"Neymar started quietly and then got nervous".

The Miami Herald certainly thinks so as it reflects on Thursday night's NFL result."You are the unfit team that gets hammered by a wholly mediocre Ravens outfit, on national television", fumes the paper. "It will be a difficult match as Nice have a lot of talented players".

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