Zapping Goal! soccer club OL, OM, LOSC – GOAL INFO! : Satriano (Stade Brestois) panics Ligue 1!
There is no fire at OL. Despite the defeat in Monaco last night at the end of the 7th day of L1 (1-2), the second in a row after the slap received last Wednesday in Lorient (1-3), Peter Bosz is not threatened.
“If I am under pressure? Not at all. Why would I be under pressure? Explain to me, replied the technician from Lyon on Prime Video. I know we just lost two games in a row, it can happen. Monaco are a good team but we were better than them. Unfortunately we didn’t see it in the score but I think we don’t deserve to lose today. »
Jean-Michel Aulas is on the same wavelength as Bosz and has called for unity ahead of the clash against Paris next weekend. “The defeat is unfair, great performance our best game of this season against a strong team but that we have moved: if we frame our face-to-face better, we largely win this match, he analyzed on Twitter. Let’s be strong from Saturday, we can put things back in place, OL are fifth. OL face PSG… but it will be on Sunday.
@OL @vincentduluc the defeat is unfair, great performance our best match of 7 season against 1 strong team but that we have moved: if we frame our face to face better we largely win this match. Let’s be strong from Saturday we can put things back in place the OL is 5th!
— Jean-Michel AULAS (@JM_Aulas) September 11, 2022
If Peter Bosz does not feel particularly in danger on the bench of Olympique Lyonnais despite the defeat in Monaco on Sunday at the end of the 7th day of L1 (1-2), its president Jean-Michel Aulas is on the same length of waves.