Strasbourg: Leonard wants final at the velodrome "like an OM-PSG"

Returning to level with Rennes, third, Strasbourg has set no boundaries at the end of the season like Dimitri Leonard, team manager since 2013, who wants to offer the final against m at the velodrome during the last day.

“No limits!” Strasbourg begins to dream of a crazy final. Racing returned to Rennes on the third day five from the end and no longer hides his crazy ambitions. The soul and captain of this team, in which he has been playing since 2013, Dimitri Leonard (34) was interested in the results of his direct competitors after Wednesday’s win against Rennes (2-1). Which he had refused to do till then.

“We want to play like an OM-PSG in front of 60,000 people at the velodrome when the stadium is on fire”

“It would be a mistake to look at the podium, every time, even if we are really getting close to it,” he explains in the prologue. It’s been a long time but I looked at this evening and I saw that Lyon and Lillee had lost. We are going to Lille on Sunday, we have to recover well. We can do some good at Lille. We have been on eleven games without losing. I believe there hasn’t been a series like Strasbourg since 1993 We’ve just played four in La Minau against Monaco, Nice, Lens and Rennes and you’re getting such great performances. It’s no coincidence now. Tonight, there are more journalists tonight than usual. Strasbourg’s work is taken more seriously.”

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The midfielder now has one ambition: to always be in the game on the final day to play the final against Marseille at the Velodrome. “No limits, he says. I don’t see why we would set limits when we see what we’re capable of offering. We’ll account for the end. (…) Ever since I’ve been in racing “I’ve had a good time but it’s often been difficult since we’re in Ligue 1. We’re going to fight till the end. And I think the match in Marseille will be decisive if we continue like this.” “We want the velodrome in front of 60,000 people like OM-PSG playing when the stadium is on fire. I have never experienced a full velodrome and we live for these matches and have fun together without any limits because we are capable of so much. With this team.”

Prior to this meeting, Racing will travel to Lille, acquire PSG, go to Brest, then challenge Clermont at La Minau.

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