In the columns of Nice-Matin, Hugo Lloris answered a question from a particular reader: a certain Jean-Michel Aulas.
Invited to answer questions from his relatives in the columns of the Nice-Matin newspaper a few hours before the first match of the French team at the World Cup, Hugo Lloris answered a question from a certain Jean-Michel Aulas , its former president at Olympique Lyonnais. And unsurprisingly, the question of “JMA” was about the Rhone club. “Do you have a value learned from us or a memory of Lyon that still accompanies you today” asked Jean-Michel Aulas to the captain of the French team in the columns of the Riviera newspaper. Hugo Lloris’ response will please Lyon supporters with a fine tribute from the tricolor goalkeeper, who also admitted that his biggest regret at OL was not having managed to win any title in the capital. of the Gauls.
Lloris would have liked to win a title at OL
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“When I arrived at OL, I signed for the biggest French club at the time, the most competitive on the European scene. I discovered the rhythm of matches every three days, a requirement of every moment and this culture of winning. Lyon is part of my life. I would have liked to win titles but we still played a semi-final of the Champions League, finished vice-champion of France. It was the end of an era, the beginning of a new one. I won my place in the France team at that time and gained a lot of experience in this great club. The guarantor of all that was President Aulas. I have so much respect and esteem for his journey.” launched Hugo Lloris, who would have loved to win a title with Olympique Lyonnais, which will therefore not have been his case. The goalkeeper of the French team later made up for it in his career by winning the most prestigious trophy with the Blues: the World Cup in Russia in 2018. In the meantime, we hope, the World 2022 in Qatar.