Minutes after OL’s massive disappointment against West Ham in the second leg of the Europa League (0-3, 1-1) quarter-finals, on The Indian Paper’s microphone, Peter Bos assured that he still felt It has the confidence of its president, Jean-Michel Aulas.
OL’s season is certainly taking a very bad turn, but Peter Bose makes sure he keeps the confidence of his president. This Thursday evening, minutes after he was slapped against West Ham in the Europa League quarter-final second leg (3-0, 1-1 in the first leg), Leonis’ coach assured The Indian Paper’s microphone that he was looking forward to his future. Be very calm about it.
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“No, not at all, when asked if he felt threatened, he replied. I feel the confidence of my president every day. We have to win matches in Ligue 1 (to qualify for the Coupe d’Europe). for)”, he drifted away.
“The players will never let me go”
Despite the very serious score, the Dutch technician indicated that the scenario of the meeting could have been very different if OL had taken advantage of their chances at the start of the match. “We started very well, with chances for us. It was difficult after the second goal, just before half-time. The third hit us after half-time. I want to win and we’re out. We’re Karl Toko Were unlucky with Ekambi hitting the post, at that stage, you have to score, we didn’t,” Bose lamented to The Indian Paper.
Did the Lyon players drop it, given the magnitude of the score? “It’s not true at all. You say that because it’s 3-0 but it’s not, he got angry with a reporter. We had a lot of absentees and we played against a very good team. If we had scored So everyone says ‘Wow, what an OL game.’ There are three goal mistakes, but we shouldn’t say that the players gave up. At the time, all the players were in it. When I am a coach, the players will never give up.”