Paris Saint-Germain F.C. - Presidents


Paris Saint-Germain have had 17 presidents since the appointment of Pierre-Étienne Guyot in 1970. The most successful president of PSG is Michel Denisot (1991–1998) with eight major trophies won: one League title, three French Cups, two League Cups, one Champions Trophy and one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. The longest-running president is Francis Borelli with 13 years in charge of the capital club (1978–1991). Nasser Al-Khelaifi is the current president of Paris Saint-Germain. Association PSG, meanwhile, has known three chairmen since 1991. The most successful chairman of PSG is Bernard Brochand (1991–2001) with nine major trophies won: one League title, three French Cups, two League Cups, two Champions Trophies and one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. He is also the club's longest-serving chairman in terms of time, with 10 years in charge of the club. Simon Tahar has been chairman of Association PSG since 2006.

Read more about this topic:  Paris Saint-Germain F.C.

Famous quotes containing the word presidents:

    Governments can err, Presidents do make mistakes, but the immortal Dante tells us that divine justice weighs the sins of the cold-blooded and the sins of the warm-hearted in different scales. Better the occasional faults of a Government that lives in a spirit of charity than the constant omission of a Government frozen in the ice of its own indifference.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    A president, however, must stand somewhat apart, as all great presidents have known instinctively. Then the language which has the power to survive its own utterance is the most likely to move those to whom it is immediately spoken.
    J.R. Pole (b. 1922)

    You must drop all your democracy. You must not believe in “the people.” One class is no better than another. It must be a case of Wisdom, or Truth. Let the working classes be working classes. That is the truth. There must be an aristocracy of people who have wisdom, and there must be a Ruler: a Kaiser: no Presidents and democracies.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)