Following a string of poor results in Ligue 1, Peter Bosz is clearly on the bench from the sidelines at Olympique Lyonnais.
Will Peter Bosz spend the winter in Lyon? The question must be asked. Because despite a good start, with four wins in the first five days of the championship, his OL has sunk in the last two weeks. Defeated three times in a row, in Lorient (1-3), Monaco (1-2) and on their pitch at Groupama Stadium against PSG last Sunday (0-1), Lyon occupies sixth place in L1, six podium bodies. Suffice it to say that the hour is already serious inOLwhere Bosz is no longer really unanimous, be it with fans, supporters or even with his players.
The Lyon dressing room does not understand Bosz’s tactics
🚨 Info: In the last few days a crisis meeting took place between the leaders of OL and Peter Bosz 🇳🇱.
▶️ Les Gones technician received an ultimatum from his management.
▶️ Some executives don’t always understand Bosz’s tactical scheme 🇳🇱.https://t.co/ABodVLZti2
— Santi Aouna (@Santi_J_FM) September 22, 2022
Precisely, according to Foot Mercato, the Lyon team is beginning to question the Dutch coach’s methods. “Some players, starting with Alexandre Lacazette, don’t always understand the rather defensive tactical scheme that has been put in place. Other locker room managers also contacted the sports management to complain about the tactic, pointing the finger at the discrepancy between the offensive game advocated in the speech and the reality on the field with three defensive midfielders.we can read on the specialized site, which also explains that the choice to leave Thiago Mendes in central defense instead of Sinaly Diomandé is misunderstood.
An ultimatum before the World Cup
🔴🔵 Big pressure for Peter Bosz. The Dutchman could take the door if his team does not win 17 points for the World Cup (OL has 13 after 8 games). The management gave him an ultimatum on the sidelines of the clash against PSG (0-1).
– RMC Sport (@RMCsport) September 22, 2022
Still, Bosz knows what to expect. Since according to RMC, a crisis meeting took place last week on the sidelines of Lyon-Paris. During this, Vincent Ponsot gave his coach an ultimatum, the OL director of football demanding the cap of 30 points and a place on the podium for the World Cup. A goal that will not be easy to achieve knowing that OL must take 17 units in seven games, among which Lens, Rennes, LOSC, OM or Nice stand out. Without these respite savings, the former Ajax coach will be grateful for his direction, and in particular for Jean-Michel Aulas, who has more and more doubts about Bosz. Justified doubts knowing that Bosz’s OL started with the same bases as last season, in which Lyon finished eighth, far from the podium and the long-awaited Champions…