Lyon: Bosz’s resounding rant against the calendar!

On the occasion of a press conference on Thursday, Olympique Lyonnais coach Peter Bosz angered against FIFA and the organization of its international calendar. The Dutchman regrets that his team is penalized for the match against AS Monaco on Saturday in Ligue 1.

Peter Bosz deplored the cadences imposed on the players.

For several months, many European coaches have entered into open war with FIFA, and reproach the body for imposing insane cadences on players via its international calendar.

Like Pep Guardiola or even Jrgen Klopp, several technicians have recently exceeded rhythms that have become untenable for football players. And Olympique Lyonnais coach Peter Bosz has also joined the movement.

Package, Bosz shouts injustice

Faced with AS Monaco this Saturday (9 p.m.) in Ligue 1, the Dutch technician seems well on his way to having to deal with the very probable absence of his attacking midfielder Lucas Paqueta, who is due to play with Brazil this Friday (2:30) in a match counting for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Uruguay. Consequently, the former Milanese has very little chance of returning in time to have a second meeting the next day.

It’s completely impossible if Paqueta is playing tonight. If he doesn’t play, we have to see. But Brazil is playing tonight. I don’t understand anything about it. I don’t know who is organizing everything, but there are three games in South America. I am not speaking only for Lyon but for the players. Three more games on the schedule with the last game on Thursday night. I do not understand…, initially regretted the former manager of BayerLeverkusen.

FIFA takes it for his rank

Before attacking FIFA more directly. People don’t understand football when they do that. Money is the most important thing, not football, in my opinion. It’s the money. Not the player. And I don’t understand a. What we want is to have the best players on the field. But in this way, a lot of good players get injured and don’t play for a long time. You may need to put a FIFA or UEFA president coachand Dzingu Bosz.

has been in football for a long time. Here, we play twice a week. We want to play big matches, on that I say nothing but the calendar … Next week, we play on Thursday evening (Prague against Sparta), normally the players have 72 hours to recover but we will have 64 hours (Lyon plays Nice on Sunday 1pm). Believe me, traveling is tough for players. It’s modern football, finished the coach of OL. Here is a very clear opinion.

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