OL coach Peter Boss sounded the alarm after his team’s new poor performance, very frustrated and lost at home by Stade de Reims (1-2). The OL coach is in pretty bad shape in the middle of the season.

It is said that Peter Boss will not spare his soldiers until he gets what he wants from them. To be honest, Lyons, as in Wren, were still a long way from home counting on Wednesday night. “It was very bad. We don’t deserve to win, we have to be honest,” the Dutch coach said after his team’s 2-1 defeat against Reims. The Rémois opposed the Lyonnais with great courage, but they never seemed superior to their hosts. Unfortunately, the Lyon match did not live up to the expectations of their coach, who lamented the content that was so bad in his eyes.

“From the start of the match it wasn’t good, he complained in the post-match press conference. We didn’t play well even though there were few chances. We didn’t play well. We didn’t give much to Reims. Either. It wasn’t a good OL game. It’s a tough moment. For us. We knew how the opponent was playing. We weren’t aggressive enough. I didn’t watch the team play together. However, we mentioned that aspect before a meeting but I didn’t see any of it.”

Peter Boss worried

The OL situation is troubling in more ways than one. Peter Boss fails to convey his philosophy of play, the principles of which he rarely applies to his players. And with results not up to par – he’s just lost three times in five days – Lyon sails to 10th, far from his early season ambitions.

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“Of course, that worries me, he admitted. We are in 10th place. It’s not a place in the standings for us but we’re not playing well at the moment. A physical problem? No, when does that happen at the start of the game, it’s a tactical question. On the other hand, we have a team He plays the ball but on our ground, in bad shape, it’s almost impossible but we shouldn’t make that excuse. Not with good quality. Now we have to win in Bordeaux but at Reims at home, we have to win.”

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