Called to comment on Jean-Michel Aulas’ last outing, the Olympique Lyonnais coach did not wish to elaborate.
Despite a disappointing 11th place, Peter Bosz is determined to restore the image of Olympique Lyonnais. But the Dutch technician must accomplish his mission under a certain pressure. Its president Jean-Michel Aulas has given it an ultimatum until February. And the last outing of the OL boss is not necessarily conducive to restoring the technician’s confidence.
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“(Aulas) doesn’t put pressure on me, I put it on myself”
“If Blanc can one day become an OL coach? Yes, I’m thinking about it, launched Aulas this week on Europe 1. At the time, I was in solidarity with Juninho (who opted for Rudi Garcia in 2019, editor’s note). He is a boy with incomparable experience. I had seen him for a long time in Russia during the World Cup. I felt that ability in him. Things didn’t happen. But do we ever know? (…) Peter Bosz is tough. But there are no results to match. We said ‘we continue’ until the end of February to see what happens but in my mind, we are not going to put ourselves in danger. We won’t be stupid.”
Called to comment on this release, Peter Bosz remained particularly elegant at a press conference. Recognizing that his weakened position stems from a certain logic in view of the results, the Dutchman did not upset his president. ” The president does not pressure me. I put it on myself. He didn’t tell me anything, and that’s not important. I know my job, that’s the most important thing“, he concluded.