OL: Peter Bosz responds to the vagueness surrounding his future


After Olympique Lyonnais’ victory at Troyes on Sunday (1-0), Les Gones coach Peter Bosz assured a press conference that he did not feel threatened. This follows the statements of Jean-Michel Aulas, who had explained, among other things, last week on European 1, that he was thinking of Laurent Blanc to become OL’s next coach.

“I’m not afraid of that, not at all. Even if we had lost today, I would have coached OL on Friday. I’m not afraid of that, I don’t have that in mind. It’s not in my head, because if that were the case, I wouldn’t be 100% focused on the game. And that’s what I ask of the players, so I apply it to myself. » explained the Dutch technician. Despite this sluggish victory in Aube, the Lyonnais remain 11th in Ligue 1, before the derby against Saint-Étienne on Friday evening at Groupama Stadium.

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