Laurent Blanc can’t help it, this OL is indeed a small

Two wins, two losses and a draw, such is Laurent Blanc’s record since his arrival at OL. A balance sheet in the average of what Peter Bosz obtained before him. No wonder for Kevin Diaz, who believes that the Lyon workforce no longer plays in the big leagues.

On October 9, many Lyon supporters began to dream of a better tomorrow after the dismissal of Peter Bosz and the signing of Laurent Blanc in his place. OL vegetated in the soft underbelly of the standings, with a poor ninth place in Ligue 1. Five games later, the conclusion is bitter: Laurent Blanc is not a magician. The Lyonnais have not increased the pace with seven points taken in five games including two losses and only two successes. In the game, the improvement is slow to come, as evidenced by Friday night’s match against Nice.

The truce, last hope for Blanc with this Lyon workforce

Against the Aiglons, OL’s game was very poor with a lot of technical waste and managers at a very worrying level. The draw was almost miraculous for Lyonnais eighth in the championship, the maximum rank for a team in great difficulty. This is the opinion of RMC consultant Kevin Diaz. Despite the changes of coaches and tactical devices, he observes that a team is currently too limited to titillate the top 5 in Ligue 1.

Let’s take only the last two games which have been really catastrophic for Olympique Lyonnais in terms of play and the chances created. Over the four halves, there are four different compositions and I’m talking about tactical systems. Even today you start in 4-4-2, then at halftime you switch to 4-3-3 with a low point. Behind, you finish the match again in 4-4-2 by bringing in Dembélé. So I really hope that the truce will do good for OL, will allow some to question themselves because what we have seen is really far from the level of this great French club. “, he developed in the After Foot. Successful physical preparation and aggressive winter transfer window, that’s just how Laurent Blanc can help a Lyon squad more feverish than ever.

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