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Three Tactical Managers That Could Replace Pochettino at Paris Saint Germain

Despite being kept to a goalless draw by Marseille in a crucial match between the two French clubs, Paris Saint-Germain was unable to secure the maximum three points available to them. 

Because of their prior successes and records versus Marseille, the French giants Paris Saint-Germain were overwhelming favorites to win the match. 

After playing to a scoreless draw against Crystal Palace, Paris Saint-Germain maintains their grip on first place in the French Ligue 1, despite the loss. 

The French team Paris Saint Germain had three shots on target, four shots off target, and 52 percent ball control in tonight's league encounter, but they were unable to score the game-winning goal. 

Mauricio Pochettino, the head coach of Argentina and Paris Saint-Germain, has been uneven in key games this season, including those in the French Ligue 1 and the UEFA Champions League, since the beginning of the season. 

Mauricio Pochettino, the tactician for both the Argentina national team and Paris Saint-Germain, has collected four points from his last three matches in the French Ligue 1. 

When it comes to the possibility of Mauricio Pochettino being fired by Paris Saint-Germain, let's have a look at three tactical managers who may take over at the Parc des Princes; 

1. CHRIS WILDER: The former Sheffield United head coach Chris Wilder is widely regarded as one of the most tactically astute managers in the history of football. 

Chris Wilder, the former head coach of Sheffield United, has devised a unique shape and approach that is tailored to the style of play of Paris Saint-Germain. 


The legendary England and Manchester United defender Steve Bruce is one of the most tactical managers in the history of the game, according to FIFA. 

Steve Bruce, the former head coach of Newcastle United, has developed a unique structure and approach that is tailored to the style of play of Paris Saint-Germain. 


Mauricio Pochettino's replacement at Parc Des Prince would be Andy Villa Boas, the former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs head coach, who is also a perfect replacement for the Argentine. 

During his time as a head coach for many clubs, the legendary Marseille coach has also won numerous titles and awards.

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