Appearing at a news conference this Thursday, the day after the OL’s loss on the Lawn of Brest (2-1, Day 33, Ligue 1), Peter Bos reported Anthony Lopes was injured for three games. The Portuguese goalkeeper has little chance of a comeback against Montpellier (5 this Saturday).
OL will certainly have to start the final sprint, at the end of which they hope to make a spectacular return to the Ligue 1 classification, without one of their captains, to snatch European qualification. Appearing at a press conference this Thursday, the day after the disappointment he experienced on the lawns of Brest (2-1, the 33rd day of Ligue 1), Peter Boas is set to face Montpellier (34th day) this Saturday. Were very pessimistic about Lopes’ return. , at 5 pm).
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“We think he will not be able to play against Montpellier, the Lyon coach indicated to reporters. There are crutches and crutches … At home, it was really serious. I saw his thigh, after and after Strasbourg Even in those days and it was serious.”
On the way back to Caqueret
With a thigh injury on the lawn of Strasbourg on 10 April, Lopez missed the last three OL meetings. While West Ham were expected to face West Ham on their return to the Europa League quarter-finals, four days after their injury in Alsace, the Portuguese took longer to recover.
On the good news side, Bose said that Maxens Caqueret was due to return to training on Thursday. The midfielder with a knee injury has not played in the Lyon jersey against Reims since March 20. Bose also indicated that he could recover a second player without specifying the identity, knowing that Tanguy Ndombele, Ryan Cherki and Sinali Diomande were in the hospital against Brest.