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Put under pressure by Jean-Michel Aulas (who has since softened his comments on Twitter), Peter Bosz does not seem particularly disturbed by the threat Laurent Blanc at OL. In a press conference, the Dutchman gave his feelings on this exit from JMA to Europe 1.
“The president does not put pressure on me. I put myself under pressure. Jean-Michel Aulas did not speak to me and I do not know how it happened during the interview. But it’s not important, I know my job and I do my job (…) For me, I don’t want to say that you have to win a match, because you can have a bad referee. When you look at the painting, you don’t have to study. Saying that you have to win at all costs does not make you win. You have to say how we are going to play, ”recalled Peter Bosz, expected at the turn against Troyes and during the derby against ASSE, two games that Lyon must win at all costs.
Azmoun failing to have been able to sign Corona?
Facing the media, the former coach of Bayer Leverkusen was also launched on the track Sardar Azmoun (Zenith Saint-Petersburg), weaving the praises of the Iranian player: “It is not a question of wish. The question is, is Azmoun a good player? Yes, Azmoun is a very good player. We’ll see after. What I like is that he is someone who scores goals and that is perhaps one of the most important qualities for a striker. He doesn’t just do that, he brings more than that. He’s a good player. It’s not a question of wish, we will see the possibility and what the team needs. What is the possibility? I am in contact with the leaders”.
On the other hand, a track from Les Gones has definitely taken off: the one leading to the Mexican international winger of FC Porto Jesus Corona (29), whose name had leaked in L’Equipe a few months ago. The Dragon signed on Friday with Sevilla FC for a three and a half year contract.
In a press conference this Friday before Troyes – OL, Peter Bosz was also launched on the words of Jean-Michel Aulas and on the offensive Mercato of Gones. The Dutchman did not disassemble when talking about the pressure on his shoulders.