L1: Rothen and Genesio, it turns into a settling of scores

Historical detractor of Bruno Genesio on RMC, the consultant Jérôme Rothen gave a layer after the defeat of Rennes in Lens.

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Beaten by Monaco then by Nancy in the Coupe de France, Stade Rennais experienced a new misadventure this weekend in Ligue 1 by losing on the lawn of Lens (1-0). A defeat that hurts for Rennes, which gives up ballast on Nice and OM with now five points behind on the podium. In view of the recent results of the Breton club, coach Bruno Genesio finds himself under fire from critics. And if some observers remain measured with the Rennes coach, who has been doing a good job overall since the start of the season, Jérôme Rothen is not qualified. For the RMC consultant, the former coach of Olympique Lyonnais will not be ” never “ a good trainer. Very cash remarks from Jérôme Rothen, who was already very critical with Bruno Genesio at the time when he officiated on the bench of OL.

Jérôme Rothen without mercy with Bruno Genesio

“I had a vision a few years ago on Bruno Genesio, and it is true every time. The vision is that Bruno Genesio will never be an excellent coach, a coach who wins, who puts a team up there. So yes sometimes there are periods of good, he reminded us quite often at a press conference … I will tell you why it is not working at the moment: because there is inflammation of the from the coach, media outings. We were all unanimous in saying that good things were happening in Rennes. A season is not 13 games, it’s a whole, you have to be consistent, not to lose the thread. You have the impression that during this period since the beginning of December (5 defeats out of the last 6 games), it was the moment when it was necessary to confirm, they did not do it. I am worried about Rennes for the rest of the season ” launched Jérôme Rothen, mercilessly with Bruno Genesio in his analysis of the situation. Anyway, Rennes will not have the right to make mistakes in its next three Ligue 1 games since the Bretons will face teams within their reach: Bordeaux, Clermont then Brest.

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