- Title: PSG to help Neymar be "best in the world", says Emery
- Date: 18th August 2017
- Summary: SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, FRANCE (AUGUST 18, 2017) (REUTERS) PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN COACH, UNAI EMERY, ARRIVING AT NEWS CONFERENCE JOURNALIST ON COMPUTER (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN COACH, UNAI EMERY, SAYING: "Yes, it is to show our condolences to the victims of Barcelona and to all the families of the victims." NEWS CONFERENCE IN PROGRESS (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN COACH, UNAI EMERY, SAYING: "This year is a different year. And we also want on Sunday to keep on improving, on improving for the championship - it is important to get the three points and keep on winning, with the respect we all have." PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN LOGO (SOUNDBITE) (French) PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN COACH, UNAI EMERY, SAYING: "Then, with Neymar, it is the same. He is a young player, a young player who wants to grow up here. And we want to grow up with him, to help him to be the best player in the world in future. We want to accomplish this work for him. He is also going to accomplish things for us. He is going to help us win the most important championships we want, here in Paris and in Europe." EMERY LEAVING NEWS CONFERENCE
- Embargoed: 1st September 2017 14:51
- Keywords: PSG Unai Emery Neymar
- Location: SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, NEAR PARIS, FRANCE
- City: SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE, NEAR PARIS, FRANCE
- Country: France
- Topics: Soccer,Sport
- Reuters ID: LVA0016UOQAM7
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- Story Text: Paris Saint-Germain soccer team coach Unai Emery attended a news conference on Friday (August 18) ahead of Sunday's match against Ligue 1 rivals Toulouse and said it is important for his side to keep on winning.
Emery said the club could help newly-acquired Brazilian striker Neymar reach the status of "best player in the world".
The Spanish coach also claimed he believes Neymar can help push the Parisiens to glory both domestically and in European competition.
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