The former Olympian midfielder has a positive outlook on the career of his former team after two months of this new season.
Olympique de Marseille have made a good start to the season under the leadership of Jorge Sampaoli, as a decisive week approaches with matches against Lazio, PSG and Nice.
“The general impression is positive, I like that it is a fairly young team, with a passionate coach, who likes dynamic, attacking, aggressive football. The team spends a lot of energy, we cannot blame it for not to sacrifice yourself “, estimated the former midfielder of OM Lorik Cana in an interview with La Provence.
“There is a good group that can do great things, finding a way quickly, while following the coach’s direction, not to lose when they can’t win. They are looking for balance in the game. game because they are very offensive. “
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The Albanian also wore the jersey of the next two opponents of the strip to Dimitri Payet, starting with Lazio: “Lazio play in one of the best championships in the world, the club are used to fighting every year against bigger teams like Juve, Milan, Inter.
“OM is a nation that lives in another nation, a great club with its ups and downs, always expected at the top, but in the fifth European championship. Lazio must fight in Italy, OM must respond to even greater expectations in France. “
And the person – who also played in Galatasaray, also present in this pool – to declare his love for Marseille. “Exactly, it’s the Cana group. I played in the three clubs that all called me after the draw. But I would like OM to finish first. It’s the club that I support. ‘on board.
“I also like Galatasaray, which I have fond memories of. I left a year with financial and sporting problems, when I thought I would stay there for a long time, I had built a great relationship with people there.”
As a reminder, Lorik Cana spent four seasons with the Marseille jersey on his back, between 2005 and 2009 after having gone to PSG. He then knew England, Turkey and Italy before a last freelance for FC Nantes.