Arrested by Claremont Foot 63 (1-1) at Groupama Stadium on Sunday, marking the third day of the French Ligue 1, Olympique Lyonnais missed the opportunity to grab their first three points of the 2021-2022 season. However, Peter Boss’ men led by three goals to one in the first half, until the 80th minute. After three games, Gones had only two small points out of a possible nine. The beginning of the year is synonymous with the crisis for the Rhone Club.
Disappointed, Jean-Michel Aulas anyway did not indicate otherwise by speaking on his account Twitter. However, the OL president delivered a positive speech, in the form of a subtle message intended to support his coach Peter Bosz. “I am obviously disappointed but there is no point in being so negative: OL could have won this match overall, everyone is aware of that. Let’s be strong in our minds and manage the crisis that will be resolved by playing as in the first half and supporting our staff !”, thus leave JMA.
OL Obviously I’m disappointed but there’s no point in being so negative: OL could have won this match pretty much everyone knows it: let’s be strong in our minds and manage the crisis to be resolved in play as in the first half and support our staff!
– Jean-Michel Aulas (@JM_Aulas) August 22, 2021
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