In an interview with Ouest-France, Raymond Domenech, former player and coach of Lyon, explains why he expects Les Goons to play in the Europa League quarter-final second leg against West Ham this Thursday (at The Indian Paper). 9 pm) will suffer. 1).
He will be behind OL. Even without really believing it. Gons’ former player (1960–1977) and coach (1988–1993), Raymond Domenech, will be eyeing Peter Bos’ return to the men’s Europa League quarter-final against West Ham on Thursday evening (exclusively RMC at 9 p.m. ET). on Sports 1). He admits he’s having trouble imagining himself elevating in front of his audience. “Their enduring defensive fragility and this lack of athletic impact worries me. For a European Cup match, OL currently seems fragile to me,” he explained in an interview with Ouest-France.
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“It’s a little wrong”
Placed in Czech in the first leg (1–1) in England, Leonis are missing out on this return match of Anthony Lopes, Cinali Diomande, Maxens Caqueret, Ryan Cherki or Lucas Paqueta, all in infirmary. “At one point, Paqueta hid the shortcomings in the game but is currently on the road and doesn’t put one foot in front of the other so Lyon has gone down another notch”, continues Domnek, convinced OL to Above all must be “to find peace and firmness in defence”. Only tenth in Ligue 1 after 31 days, his former club is playing big with this Europa League, which has become a lifeline in the quest for European qualification next year.
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One final win would completely change the face of this extremely complex season so far. “I am more than pessimistic about their ability to qualify against West Ham, even if they have been solid so far, however, believes Domenech. Looking at what happened in the first leg, I Not sure if they manage to win at home where they at least do well (…) This season, everything is a little wrong. They have a delicate defence, steady midfielder with the ball and clumsy There are attackers who don’t weigh in on opposing strongholds. At Groupama Stadium, Karl Toko Ekambi and his gang have a great chance to prove him wrong.