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Former PSG president Borrelli dies

Published: Tuesday 2 October 2007, 16.06CET
Former Paris Saint-Germain FC president Francis Borrelli died on Tuesday morning aged 75. Under his tenure - from 1978 to 1991 - PSG won two French Cups and a league title. In 2000, he said: "PSG is my love and my passion - all the things that spring from the club make me happy. It's the best thing I ever had in my life." Following a takeover at PSG, Borrelli moved on to AS Cannes before retiring.
Published: Tuesday 2 October 2007, 16.06CET

Former PSG president Borrelli dies

Former Paris Saint-Germain FC president Francis Borrelli died on Tuesday morning aged 75. Under his tenure - from 1978 to 1991 - PSG won two French Cups and a league title. In 2000, he said: "PSG is my love and my passion - all the things that spring from the club make me happy. It's the best thing I ever had in my life." Following a takeover at PSG, Borrelli moved on to AS Cannes before retiring.
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