market: "I was shocked"Stephen’s firm and annoyed OL focuses on rumor

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Julian Stephan reacted strongly on Sunday, as announced by L’Equipe, which has been confirmed by L’Equipe, as interest in the possibility of training Lyon in the event of the departure of Peter Bos. Strasbourg’s coach denied any “agreement” or “positive orientation”.

On Prime Video’s microphone, Julian Stephens wanted to set the record straight. Standing on Saturday by L’Equipe as a priority for Olympique Lyonnais in the event of the departure of Peter Bos, the current Strasbourg coach apparently did not appreciate seeing his name linked to a near future in the Rhne. Information to which the 41-year-old technician reacted strongly after the Alsatians’ draw at Troyes (1-1) on Sunday.

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“Is OL’s interest genuine? What I cannot control is what Lyon wants to do in the future. I have absolutely no control over that. On the other hand, what I can control and say is in this article Upon reading this, I was shocked to see that I had given my consent or possibly a positive direction to it.

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“Strasbourg is not a doormat you can trample on like this”

“It’s a lack of respect for the Strasbourg club, it’s also a lack of respect for the coach who is there,” continued the former coach of Stade Rennes. Strasbourg is not a doormat you can trample on like that. It’s a beautiful club, it’s a club that trusted me at the start of the season.”

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Currently having qualified for the Europa Conference League play-offs six days before the end, Stefan feels good in Strasbourg. Where he, along with his team, finished 5th in Ligue 1, to maintain their positive momentum until the end of the season. “My only objective and my only ambition between now and the end of the season compared to Lyon is to leave them behind. Which will be an incredible achievement,” he said. Peter Bos has been confirmed as OL coach for the next season by its president, Jean-Michel Aulas.

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