OM: Against Mandanda Holder Feyenoord… and also against OL?

At a press conference this Friday, Jorge Sampaoli spoke briefly about the hierarchy of goalkeepers between Steve Mandanda and Pau López, before facing Stade de Reims on Sunday for the 34th day of Ligue 1.

“The idea is to replicate the same format as PAOK.” At a press conference this Friday, two days before Ligue 1 faces the Stade de Reims at the end of the 34th day, Jorge Sampaoli was asked about the hierarchy of goalkeepers to determine whether Steve Mandanda or Who will play Pau Lopez in the next match? The Argentine technician explained that he would certainly act the same way as during the OM-PAOK in the quarter-finals of the Europa Conference League.

One doubt for this weekend

Mandanda played both matches against the Greeks (2–1 in the first leg, 1–0 comeback). He was also set up in the middle against Montpellier (2–0) to keep the momentum going. So this could mean that Mandanda will play against Lyon on 1 May as the blow comes between two meetings in the Conference League semi-final against Feyenoord Rotterdam (28 April and 5 May). There is some doubt about who will keep the Olympian cage on Sunday in RIMS.

If Sampaoli followed his logic, he would be Pau Lopez. But with the Spaniard’s performance less conclusive lately, it is not ruled out that Mandanda has been installed at the Auguste-Delaunay Stadium. Solid runners-up for PSG, OM will be aiming for a 19th win this season to consolidate their second place in the league. Favored by his pursuers, Rennes will receive Lorient later this week, Strasbourg will move to Lille and Monaco will go to Saint-Etienne.

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