Julien Stéphan, coach of Racing Club de Strasbourg, returned on Sunday after his men’s draw in Troyes (1-1) after rumors that Olympique Lyonnais would follow him as Peter Bosz’s successor. What we told you on March 28th. The French technician, who scolded a bit after the meeting, explained in particular that he was surprised to read in the press that he wanted to move to OL and that such statements were a lack of respect for Strasbourg.
“If OL’s interest is genuine? I can’t control what Lyon wants to do in the future. I have absolutely no control over it. On the other hand, I can say that after reading this article I was shocked that I had given my approval or possibly a positive orientation for it. It is wrong. It’s a lack of respect for the Strasbourg club, it’s also a lack of respect for the coach there. Strasbourg is not a doormat to trample on. It’s a beautiful club, it’s a club that trusted me at the start of the season. My only goal and my only ambition until the end of the season compared to Lyon is to leave them behind. What an incredible achievement would be”Stéphan said at the microphone after the game Prime video. Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas told him that Bosz will continue to sit on the Gones bench next season.