April 13, 2024

A world champion at OL? If they call me, I’ll go.

It’s really a crisis at OL. Wednesday night’s 3-0 defeat by OM at the Vélodrome has pushed the Gones even further down the Ligue 1 table, with just 7 points to their name and a five-point deficit on Lorient, the runners-up. But are they still condemned to relegation? If the figures are not in their favor, the Rhone’s directors are hoping to reverse the trend by improving their sq…

It’s really a crisis at OL. Wednesday night’s 3-0 defeat by OM at the Vélodrome has pushed the Gones even further down the Ligue 1 table, with just 7 points to their name and a five-point deficit on Lorient, the runners-up. But are they still condemned to relegation? If the figures are not in their favor, the Rhone’s directors are hoping to reverse the trend by improving their squad during the winter mercato.

Authorized by the DNCG to recruit in January, even if their wage bill remains under control, Lyon are in a good position to take advantage of the new season. is today an attractive club for a player who wants to relaunch himself? For Adil Rami, the answer is yes. The former Les Bleus defender, crowned world champion in 2018, believes that OL remains a fine institution. And some players need a boost, he points out. You can come to gain playing time so you’re motivated to play, come back strong and prove that they can count on you.

Govou denounces a major management error

And you can’t take away from Lyon all its great years and the institution it is, adds the former Marseille man. Well, I’ve given up soccer, but if tomorrow you call me to go on loan to Olympique Marseille, I’ll be happy to help you.is not convinced that the Lyon staff’s strategy is the right one. Saying that you’re going to recruit for 50 million euros over the last two months is a very negative message for the players in place, he warned on his X account. It’s a huge management error, especially with a young team! […] I’m not saying you shouldn’t recruit, I’m saying it’s not a very wise thing to say.