OL-West Ham: Aulas asks supporters "to help the organization" after elimination

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Olympique Lyonnais president Jean-Michel Aulas, condemning the excesses of his team’s supporters at the end of the Europa League quarter-final second leg against West Ham (0-3), invited everyone to push the team behind Did. ,

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The season of OL is definitely turning into a nightmare. Away in Ligue 1 (10th point from the podium), Lyon bid adieu to the Europa League with a heavy fall at home against West Ham (0–3) on their return to the quarter-finals. A scenario that angered Lyon supporters. Several dozen members of Viraj Nord attempted to enter the arena by violently pushing barriers. If the stewards resisted, these overflows angered Jean-Michel Aulas, who called for unity behind the team for the end of the season.

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The president of Lyon tried to put his team’s elimination in perspective by highlighting them among the two favorites to win the competition: FC Barcelona issued by Frankfurt and Atalanta Bergamo eliminated by RB Leipzig.

“We are all very sad about this elimination, like Barca or Atalanta, he wrote on Twitter. There would be no point in punishing the club even more with hate reactions that have nothing to do with the sport: Seven games left to defend. Very tough weather. Help the OL organization.”

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Bose felt the confidence of the President

Lyon midfielder Houssem Auer had a tense explanation with some supporters after the meeting. In the wake of the storm, coach Peter Bose said he did not feel threatened following this new route.

“No, not at all, he gave a befitting reply to Bose. I feel the confidence of my president every day. We have to win matches in Ligue 1 (to qualify for the European Cup).” It will start on Sunday with a reception from Bordeaux (at 5:05 pm, Day 32 of Ligue 1) at a Groupama stadium, which should rumble after this new snub.

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