OL: South Bend announce boycott of match against Bordeaux

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Apart from bad songs, Olympiques Lyon will not be able to count on the support of the 1950 Lyon supporters group for this Sunday’s match against the Girondins de Bordeaux (5:05 pm) at the Groupama Stadium. South Bend Group expressed their anger over the current situation at the club through a statement.

Times are tough at Olympique Lyonnais. Despite Goons’ disappointing season, a potential coronation in the Europa League was a form of hope for supporters. But as is often the case in Ligue 1, Lyonnais did not have the necessary weapons to survive a heavy defeat against West Ham (3–0), thus eliminating Peter Boas’ men from the competition.

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Following this new disappointment, the Bad Goons have announced their intention to boycott this Sunday’s meeting against the Girondins de Bordeaux (5:05 pm). An initiative emulated by Lyon 1950. Through a press release, South Tern’s group explains that “It is with a heavy heart that we have decided not to attend the meeting against Bordeaux.”

“Thursday Night’s Necklace Is A Lot”

To explain this decision, the group sheds light on the disappointing season made by Lucas Paqueta’s teammates. It must be said that Lyonnais is 10th in the standings and thus reducing his chances of qualifying for the Champions League: “After repeatedly ringing alarm bells, turning a blind eye to a pathetic course in the Championship After where the porridges follow a poor performance, Thursday night’s defeat is too much.”

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If the arrival of Peter Bos on the sidelines represents hope for many fans, the club’s ambitions have been thwarted by reality currently on the ground. An observation expressed regretfully by Lyon 1950: “How can you imagine being worthy of our respect when you have neither pride nor pride? How can this group expect to win the last 7 games when they have Everything else lacking special character?”

“How are you going to put the athlete first again?”

Gamers are not the only target of criticism. Fans had strong words to leaders they accuse of neglecting the player: “How can management continue to talk to us about ambition when there’s nothing on our awards list for 10 years? How are you going to proceed from the player again in the foreground, without fooling us with information about OL Arena, OL Reign and OL Asvel?”

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In obligation of a series of victories to at least have a chance to qualify for the Europa League or Conference League, Lyonnais will face the Bordeaux people fighting to stay in the elite class.

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