In his quest to rub everyone the wrong way, Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Vikash Dhorasoo is again complaining to the press. Last month, he publicly stated that he had had it with Les Blues, and would never play for them again. This came on the heels of Dhorasoo saying that he was going to gather all the footage he shot over the summer in Germany and release it as a documentary titled "Substitute." As you can imagine, this didn't sit well with Ramond Domenech or the French Football Federation. Domench said that he wouldn't give his consent to Dhorasoo when it came to using material that contained the French coach.
Now he's having some trouble adjusting to being a non-starter for PSG. He came out to the press saying that he felt humiliated and couldn't understand why he wasn't in the starting XI. His club coach let him know that he just wasn't good enough, saying that Dhorasoo "is not professional enough on the pitch considering his potential." Ouch. That inevitably led to this today.
The player shouldn't fret too much though, news is coming out the our favorite gold chain-wearing manager is on the prowl and ready to pounce in the January transfer window.
I for one would actually like to see what the guy has on film. It would be interesting to see the dynamic of the team as they went from over-the-hill geezers in the group stage to world beaters in the knock-out rounds. I imagine that there are quite a few people out there that would like to see those tapes. We'll just have to wait and see. Who knows, maybe Dhorasoo's house will be "robbed," with the tapes mysteriously showing up on the internet a couple of days later.