Bosz’s violent charge against OL

Former coach of Olympique Lyonnais, Peter Bosz was not kind to the Rhone club, in an interview with a Dutch media. The Dutchman explained his failure with the Gones.

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On October 9, Olympique Lyonnais announced the dismissal of Peter Bosz, replaced immediately on the bench by Laurent Blanc. Despite this change of course and the appointment of the former coach of the France team, the Gones are unable to raise their heads. Beaten last Saturday by Strasbourg at Groupama Stadium (1-2), on the occasion of the 19th day of Ligue 1, the partners of Alexandre Lacazette occupy a lackluster ninth place with 25 points, 18 lengths from third place in the ‘Olympique de Marseille, and are no longer in the race for qualification for the next Champions League. A new disappointment which forced Laurent Blanc and Jean-Michel Aulas to bang their fists on the table, the Rhone president having promised change and the arrival of new players before the end of the winter transfer window.

“No winning mentality”

In the midst of a results crisis, Olympique Lyonnais is not likely to smile again after the strong words of the Dutch technician. As part of a channel interview ESPN, the former manager of Bayer Leverkusen returned to the bitter failure of his stay in France, concluded with a record of 27 wins, 16 draws and 15 losses in 58 games in all competitions. Peter Bosz explained the chronic inability of the club from the city of Gaul to play in the big leagues and win titles. “There’s of course a reason why they haven’t won any trophies for me in those years. In my opinion, the power was too much in the hands of the players and there was not really a winning mentality at the club. They loved everything, but weren’t ready to put it together.”

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