Zapping Our Mondial Deschamps: “To dream is to believe that the impossible becomes possible”
Sunday, at 1 p.m., Olympique Lyonnais will have to win on the lawn of a LOSC in great shape in recent weeks. Indeed, the crisis is brewing among the Gones, paradoxically dominating in their pool in the Europa League. In the league, the residents of Groupama Stadium are only twelfth. The trip to Lille therefore promises to be perilous.
It is not the withdrawal point assigned to the club after the incidents of the match against Marseille that will fix the situation. A decision of the disciplinary committee of the LFP that Peter Bosz, the Dutch coach of Lyon, does not understand: “Marseille refused to play. I was in the referee’s locker room. He said “we’re going to play again”. Certainly, it is a Lyon supporter who is at the origin of this but I do not understand. When the game behind closed doors, it’s a punishment for the people who were at the stadium that night. “
The context does not necessarily lend to optimism on the side of OL, while club sporting director Juninho has announced his departure. What make the former technician of Ajax Amsterdam react: “His departure will not change my way of working. I will talk about football with someone else, it changes especially for the club. Since I arrived, I have been working well with him. We have a very good relationship. I like his vision of football, but you have to respect his choice. “
Finally, the Batavian took stock of his squad: “Yesterday, Karl Toko-Ekambi came out before half-time. His knee hurts and has not worked out this morning. He is uncertain for Lille. Lucas Paquetá is suspended. Jeff Reine-Adélaïde, Jason Denayer and Sinaly Diomandé are absent. As for Léo Dubois, he trained. It’s good. “
Present at a press conference two days before his team’s trip to Lille, OL coach Peter Bosz tackled Marseille, spoke about Juninho’s hasty departure and finally took stock of his squad.