In football, it is never a good sign to receive the support of your president.

OL president Jean-Michel Aulas confirmed in an interview with



published on Friday that Peter Bosz, whose team points to a disappointing 13th place in Ligue 1, was kept in his post, while acknowledging that he would make a new point at the end of February.

“There's no way Peter won't be here until the end of February.

I leave us the two months of January and February to return to the Championship and perhaps the Cup, if we are lucky enough to be able to continue it, ”Aulas declared in the columns of the sports daily.

No one in the market to replace it

“Peter is a very, very good coach.

He continues to match the profile of the coach we want at OL, ”he continued, referring to the Dutch technician appointed last May.

After the first leg of the championship, OL are 13th with 24 points (and one game less), 22 points behind the Parisian leader and nine points from 3rd place, qualifying for the 3rd preliminary round of the Champions League.

OL are still in contention in the Europa League and must wait for the Coupe de France for the decision of the disciplinary committee of the French Football Federation after the stoppage of their 32nd final against Paris FC after incidents in the stands.

For Aulas, “there are no coaches on the market who have the quality of Peter Bosz.

So we simply risk doing more harm by giving in to the fashion to change coaches.

So he will stay.

I have more confidence in Peter and his staff than in any staff I would suddenly discover. "

We will talk about it again in five games ...


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