LIGUE 1 – After OM – Rennes – “It’s inhuman”: Tudor reassembled but also “super happy”

It’s a small stoppage. After five straight wins in the league, OM shared the points with Rennes (1-1), this Sunday on their lawn. At the end of a match where both teams had their half-time. Especially after a match, where the Marseillais seemed to stick their tongue out despite two more days of recovery than their opponent of the day. “There are three or four players who should be given a medal after this tour de force of matches played. It’s inhuman, especially since our game mode costs a lot of energy“, however applauded Igor Tudor,

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The Marseille coach does not have a short memory. He is aware of what is being asked of his proteges at the moment. To its players, as to those of all European teams for that matter. Because the “Europeans” had to wrestle with a terrible sequence of seven matches in three weeks. So inevitably, the legs are a little heavy, like a Jonathan Clauss clearly less dashing lately. “Now we have to recover and start even stronger. We will also have a lot of matches in October and we will have to give the maximum”, announces Tudor, who also denounced the state of the pitch at the Vélodrome: “Today there was also a terrain problem. I have already spoken to the management, it is not easy to play quickly from behind on this pitch“.

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I’m happy, I’m even super happy

One thing is certain: the international break comes at the right time for some Marseillais. But aware of the state of his troops, Igor Tudor also hopes that his players summoned with their selection will not be put too much to work in the coming days. “I hope that those who leave for selection will not play too much. We have to accept that but I hope they can recover a little“, he slips.

In the meantime, OM are not unhappy this Sunday evening. From this point brought back after a first period where the Olympians have “missed their match” according to Chancel Mbemba on Amazon. But especially their first part of the season. Alexis Sanchez’s teammates end this period undefeated in L1, with six wins and two draws. “It was a difficult match, as expected, against a strong and well organized team. We pushed, we tried to win. We did not succeed and it is a draw that we accept. We continue to move forward. On this first assessment, I’m happy, I’m even super happy“, concluded Tudor.

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