Zapping But! Football Club OL – Saint-Etienne: the debrief
The thinning of the OL will have lasted less than a week. After having chained three victories, the last of which over OM (2-1), Les Gones fell back into their traps yesterday at Louis II against a solid team from AS Monaco (0-2). Two goals from Jean Lucas and Wissam Ben Yedder were enough to channel the timid Gones, suffocated by the slaughter of Aurélien Tchouaméni in midfield and lost in the tactical organization of Peter Bosz.
Pierre Ménès turned on the OL coach. “What is this Bosz team composition at kick-off? When he arrived in France, the Dutch coach explained to us that we were going to see what we were going to see, that he was going to set up a polished, attacking, ambitious game… All that to end up with two left backs and two right-backs on the sides,” he quipped on his blog.
Beyond the Bosz case alone, Ménès fired red balls at some players in distress at OL. “We have the impression that, like some people, they lack desire. And then there are things that get drunk in this team, he breathed. The pathetic performance week after week of Dubois and Mendes, Paqueta who is only a shadow of the crack he was last fall…”
“OM are a hit, the Greens pull out, Monaco leave again”
Fireworks at the Vélodrome, resurrection at Geoffroy-Guichard and end of series at Louis II: analysis of the first 3 matches of this 23rd day.https://t.co/f1PteUR7jQ
— Pierre Menes (@PierreMenes) February 5, 2022
Pierre Ménès delivered his analysis of the defeat suffered by OL on Saturday in Monaco (0-2) on behalf of the 23rd day of Ligue 1 by falling short on Peter Bosz and three Lyon players: Paqueta, Dubois and Mendes .