OL: Surprise, Aulas confirms Bose as coach for next season

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OL president Jean-Michel Aulas took advantage of Lyon’s very good win against Bordeaux (6-1) to allay doubts about the future of his coach Peter Bos by assuring that he would still remain in office. ,

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If he has not been able to recover all the credit he has lost since the start of the season with supporters, Peter Bose has retained the confidence of his leaders. In the wake of a resounding success (6-1) against the Girondins de Bordeaux this Sunday, president of OL Jean-Michel Aulas hastened to confirm the retention of his Dutch technician for the season to Prime Video. Current financial year results.

Even if OL does not qualify for the European Cup, Bosz will be in no danger. OL Boss promises huge resources for recruiting as new partners arrive. “The coach will be with us next season,” he confirmed to reporters in the mixed zone a few minutes later. And it’s not worth saying that I went to recruit or that I tried to recruit other coaches, we didn’t even think about it. was about it.”

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With the league left behind and Europa out of the league, OL offered the expected response in the overwhelming environment. Lyon had to be completely revived in order to have little hope of competing in the European Cup the following season. And it was done brilliantly on the lawns of the Gruppa stadium, with a football lesson being given on Bordeaux. Not enough to give a club the little peace that will be needed. The sacred union advocated by Jean-Michel Aulas on the occasion of this meeting did not have the desired effect, to say the least.

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Aulas angry with supporters

The club president comes up against a slingshot in the stands. The discontent of his supporters manifested violently with the players. Ahead of the day’s meeting, around fifty supporters pelted stones at the OL bus. Jean-Michel Aulas condemned actions that are “not appropriate” and which, as soon as limits are exceeded, “can produce a certain number of emotions that are not conducive to a high level and performance”.

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It is a polite way of saying that the players have been psychologically affected by these incidents and this anger rising in the stands has a very convincing translation. Aulas said, “The events of Thursday evening and tonight are beyond accepted. It was an action that scared the players. I spent a quarter of an hour with the coach comforting them. You have to be strong.” , protesting as I am and saying that this is not acceptable.”

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