Don’t be too harsh – Tuchel on Neymar’s Instagram fury
07 March 2019 | 8:25 am
Thomas Tuchel is relaxed after Neymar vents about the VAR penalty that saw PSG go out of the Champions Leauge.
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7 Jun 2019
Brazil's Neymar went to a Rio de Janeiro police station on Thursday to give a statement in a probe into whether he broke the law by posting intimate pictures of a woman who accused him of rape.
8 Jun 2019
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14 Jun 2019
Brazilian football star Neymar says he is 'calm' after being questioned by police for five hours over allegations that he raped a woman in a Paris hotel last month.
12 Jul 2019
Former Barcelona star Rivaldo said that he hopes countryman Neymar returns to the Catalan club.
29 Jul 2019
Neymar has participated in a fashion show in China to present the new Paris Saint-Germain kits. The Brazilian modelled various different shirts, whilst rumours still circulate about his future. Neymar is thought to be on his way back to Barcelona during this transfer window, but his club are reportedly standing firm.
9 Aug 2019
Brazilian prosecutors are dropping a rape case against soccer star Neymar, likely bringing an end to the most serious of charges against the Neymar rape case dropped by prosecutors .
20 Aug 2019
Neymar won't leave 'without recruitment' says PSG coach Thomas Tuchel after his team's 2-1 defeat to Rennes.
27 Aug 2019
Victor Valdes says he doesn't want to talk about the rumours linking Neymar with a return to Barcelona so that he doesn't 'get fired'.
4 Sep 2019
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27 Jan 2020
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