OL: Roy expects great “motivation” from Lyon

Eric Roy, new coach of Brest since January 2023 (Photo by JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN / AFP)

Present at a press conference on Thursday, Éric Roy spoke about OL’s arrival at the Francis-Le Blé stadium on Saturday (9 p.m.). The French coach was preventive.

It is with a some confidence that Brest and his coach Éric Roy come forward before challenging theOL this Saturday (9 p.m.), as part of the 6th day of Ligue 1. Currently second in the standings with 10 points on the clock, Steve Mounié and its partners have indeed had a successful start to the season, to say the least. Before the reception of the Rhodaniens, Roy nevertheless suggests a renewed confidence in Lyon. “We can generally have a team that is collectively stronger than what it has shown in the last matches. Because there is the desire to show itself with a new coach, to start again on new bases, detailed the former defenderOL. There will definitely be a lot of motivation on the other side.”

OL want to get off to a good start with Grosso

This risks being the case in the Lyon camp. Positioned in 16th place, Maxence He would lie down and its partners only have two units after five meetings and achieve their worst start to the season Since 1992-1993. Laurent Blanc viré, Fabio Grosso took the keys of the group to rectify the situation between Rhône and Saône. The former Frosinone technician hopes to contribute to try to aim higher in the table. Presented at the start of the week alongside John Weaverthe former defender who played for the club between 2007 and 2009 intends to achieve a first success with his players on Breton soil.

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