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Ancelotti: PSG in 'Crisis'
FIFA.com, November 20th, 2012 2:49PM

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Super-rich Paris St Germain is in a crisis, according to its coach, Carlo Ancelotti. The French giant, which is owned by the Qatari Investment Authority, has just one point from its last three Ligue 1 games and has fallen to third in the standings, as a result.

"We have just lost two games at home and that is unacceptable for a team that wants to win the league,” Ancelotti said. “We are not yet playing as a team and we are going through a bad spell. We have to change things and I am going to change things. We need to be more concentrated, more determined and harder. It is not right.”

The Italian tactician, who has been without suspended striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic for two games since his sending off against St. Etienne, said his team has been lacking speed and intensity. “I am not scared to say it; we are in a crisis. We have to emerge from it quickly. If we show character and professionalism we will pull through."

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