Olympique Lyonnais have pressured their coach Peter Bosz with an ultimatum, as reported by Foot Mercato. According to our information, the Dutchman must reach the 17 points scored by the break for the World Cup. A mission that promises to be very complicated with seven games to play.
At least Peter Bosz is fixed. After an encouraging start to the season, OL are still on a series of three straight defeats, the latest to date against PSG (0-1) on Sunday. Three setbacks and a 6th place in the standings which weakened the Dutch coach.
According to our information, OL have set an ultimatum on the sidelines of the shock against the Parisians, with 17 points to score until the break for the World Cup. That is a figure to be reached in seven games now. Clearly, if the Lyonnais do not have 30 points by the World Cup, the 58-year-old technician could take the door. As revealed this Thursday by Foot Mercato and confirmed by RMC Sport, the Lyon coach therefore received pressure from his management.
Impossible mission ?
For Peter Bosz, the countdown will begin in Lens. In case of defeat at Bollaert, the Dutch will have practically no room for error (it will then take six wins and a draw). Two draws and five wins may also be enough to save Peter Bosz. But when we know that after Lens, the Lyonnais will be entitled in particular to trips to Rennes and Marseille, the future of Peter Bosz in Lyon is already written in dotted lines.
OL’s schedule until the World Cup: