Jean-Michel Aulas and Peter Bos, behind a whistle targeting goaltender Karl Toko Ekambi against Montpellier (5-2), drew sharp criticism from OL supporters.
Tension in Lyon did not subside during the afternoon, which nonetheless smiled at Peter Boas’ men, with a resounding victory (5–2) against Montpellier. Some supporters blamed Toko Ekambi, who raised his index finger to his mouth to silence the whistle. The scorers at the end of the match, moreover, during the second period of a very high level, Toko Ekambi ended his afternoon in a complex environment.
“I give you my feelings, I don’t get it,” Peter Bose said at a press conference. Fortunately, I wasn’t the only one to understand, as most supporters began to whistle and encourage, shouting Carl’s name.”
“A Strained Relationship That Becomes Unbearable”
OL boss Jean-Michel Aulas has certainly been going through a complicated season to say the least, while the divorce has ended with some supporters. The club’s president nonetheless exchanged peace with about fifty people in a peaceful atmosphere, before expressing his feelings to Prime Video: “I’m really sad to see the reaction of some of these supporters who got in the way. Karl can avoid it. Reaction but you have to put yourself in his place because we have been living a nightmare in Lyon for some time now. The supporters attack the players and create a relationship of tension which becomes unbearable.”