Text: Frank Girardet. OL played in a big way in its return to the quarter-finals at Groupama Stadium against West Ham. After falling behind in the league, the Europa League was the last piece of blue sky for the stars this season.
on the grass. It all started under better auspices with a team that was moving forward within the first quarter of the hour. Karl Toko Ekambi hits the post in the fifthAnd Minutes, Al-Awar was about to score at 11And. The match was rebalanced and the English opened the scoring with a header Dawson who was ahead of Dembele Totally turbulent on a corner at 38. West Ham put his head in the OL bag by scoring rice Shortly before the end of the first half (44And). 2-0 in the first half and saved his arm that fell on the field.
When we came back from the locker room, we expected a revolution that never came, on the contrary bowen He drove the point home by scoring 3And goal of 48And the moment. The game is over, and the rest is just a showcase of everything that has been lost since the start of the season in OL. No rebellion, no dead players and no background. An Englishman suffered from cramps in the 80sAnd Minute, a risk Leon clearly didn’t run.
The final score 3-0 and intermittent severe disappointment Peter Boss. The latter offers the coach’s worst record in more than 20 years and at some point it will be necessary to face the facts. Each time the conductor can find a reason not to respect the result, but he remains the one who must put the symphony in place while avoiding as many false notes as possible. However, these episodes are clearly more wrong than true. This is rarely his fault so the question arises why is he?
Jean-Michel Aulas will have to get his underwear back and the train back on track, let’s count on his art of bouncing back for brighter moments ahead.
in the halls. On the Boss Boks side, the evening was much brighter. About C Gastronomie Buffets, The Clan Parker It was almost overTonyAnd T. And Stone) accompanied by a smile Gaetan Muller (ASVEL Chief Delegate), Caroline Garcia (tennis player) and Laurie Beaulieu Former Paris Saint-Germain defender, converted advisor on behalf of the Canal Football Club.
Vincent Labronthe head of the LFP, brought with him the journalist most feared by politicians: Jean-Jacques Bourdain. Specifically on the political side, many elected officials and a Gerard Coulomb Wonderfully explained to us before donating to Valerie Pecreshe was there Ann Hidalgo for financial consolation. Not far from him a little Shafuen Christoph Gilotto He didn’t want to reveal his donation amount to the LR candidate who knocked on the door (and on the cash desk) of several industrialists in Lyon the day after the first round!
And finally, a big surprise with the presence of a Hammers fan (West Ham) in the character of the star announcer for the feisty American TV. James Corden (Carpool Karaoke) who failed to sing along with Madonna, Will Smith, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber and more in his truck, decides to sing his love for his club at President Books. Not likely to see it at this place because it’s refreshing.
- Thiago Mendes was the only one who wore out the jersey.
- Enter Bradley Barcola.
- Jason Denayer who was disastrous.
- Moussa Dembele who attended a good match.
- Tanguy N’Dombele taken up in midfield.
Thursday, April 14, 2022
1. A very nice opening for this European evening
2. Joris Jirodet (Audi Central Auto) and Tommy Duterne (Curty material)
3 – Rene Cuero (Faiveley Plast) and Patrick Perez (PPZ Consulting)
4. François-Régis Ory (Ameliane) and Marino Faccioli (OL)
5. Valentin Fontaine (Chapoutier) and Alban Berard (Vinatis.com)
6. Serge Becs (RA), Tara Warren (Heist Ham United Groups), Maitre Thierry Briard, lawyer and Jean-Louis Julie, Vice Mayor of Keige
7 – Remy Derald, Christian Legras (Grupama), Myriam Mello (Societe Generale)
8. Olivier Bernardeau (OL) and Gerald Truffier-Blanc (GF38)
9. Laurent Torelli (Sollar) and Patrick Chevalier (Axone)
10. Lucas Sihan and Marcel Prolange, President of Setreal
11. Jack Matagrin (OL) and his wife, Marie Christine
12. Emmanuel Emberton, former president of the Center International de Lyon and Olivier Blanc (OL Féminin)
13. Jean-Louis Jolly, Vice Mayor of Keige and Frank Label (Chamber of Commerce)
14 – Igor Manfredi, Director of Cabinet for the City of Désin-Charpio, Alexandre Chanal, Matthew Faure (dot)
15. Alain Potiron (Champagne Mumm) and Pierre Baudhuin (Breton Poultry)
16 – Gala Camus and Maxence Durand (Mayer)
17. Maître André Soulier and Marc Fraysse (Capzen Services)
18. Julie Damon and Sebastian Le Gillo (Sebastian Le Gillo Dresser)
19. Sarah Girardeau, Maxime Guinness (ENF) and Irina Benoit (Mn Pro)
20. Irina and Michael Benoit (Mn Pro)
21. Asvel coach TJ Parker and Pierre
22. Frank Girardet (Leon People) and journalist Jean-Jacques Bourdain
23. Christophe Guilloteau, Chief of Rhône County and Serge Delaigue, Comptroller General of the Fire Station
24. Thierry Sauvage, CEO of OL, Fabrice Baumgartner (Parsenn Consulting) and Maitre Luic Gimbron (EY Law Firm)
25 – Jean-Yves Delorme (Park and Sport) and Patrick Bouchet (All inn)
26. Gerard Collomb, former mayor of Lyon and Nicolas Jacquet, prosecutor of Lyon
27. Vincent Jacquemot (COGV) and Chloé Teixera (CBRE)
28. Julien Rollet (Hudson) and Laurent Loire (Caisse d’Epargne Rhône-Alpes)
29. Hugues Deloche, François Lhoux and Gérault Verny (Besacier)
30. Jean-Claude Duc (Intermarché) surrounded by his son Julien (CGI) and daughter Laura (Intermarché)
31. Laurence Bremens, Marco Polisson (Lyon People), Nicole Brun (Adéquat Interim), Maître François Bremens, President of the Paris Lyon Group
32. James Corden, English comedian, actor, singer, screenwriter, producer and television presenter