Oscar Garcia (Reims) returns to Barcelona, a former OM and OL trainee at LOSC
Oscar Garcia will miss Reims – PSG on Saturday
Saturday, Stade de Reims receives PSG in Delaune … Without his Spanish coach Oscar Garcia. In a press conference, it was his deputy Will Still who announced the thing: “Oscar Garcia is in Barcelona for family reasons and he will not be there this weekend. He has our full support and love because these are not easy times. We are wholeheartedly with him. » Concerns which had already prompted him to be absent from the Reims – Lens match.
LOSC: a former OM and OL defender is training with the Dogues!
Passed by FC Lorient, OM, OL or Stade Rennais, Jérémy Morel (38) left the professional world this summer. Failing to obtain a contract, the Malagasy international joined the US Montagnarde in National 3 … where he is training in parallel to become a coach. It is moreover as part of his training that the person concerned came to do an observation internship at the Domaine de Luchin with Paulo Fonseca and his staff.
Very young retiree and attracted by a coaching career, @jmorel15 (38 years old) came to watch the Dogues training this morning ⚽
He took the opportunity to discover the Domaine de Luchin and discuss with the staff of Paulo Fonseca. pic.twitter.com/blk4m6160i
— LOSC (@losclive) October 6, 2022
Montpellier: Wahi surrounded by Lyonnais in the Top 5 of the most expensive U20s
Taking advantage of the updated Transfermarkt odds and an increase in his price of €2m (from €12m to €14m), Elye Wahi (19) has climbed into the Top 5 players under 20 the best rated in Ligue 1. Surrounded by Lyonnais, the Hérault striker is 4th in the standings behind Castello Lukeba (20 M€), Rayan Cherki (18 M€) and Malo Gusto (15 M€) but ahead of Johann Lepenant (8 M €).
RC Strasbourg: Ludovic Ajorque is still not recovered…
Victim of a bad blow to the chest during Strasbourg – Clermont on September 11, Ludovic Ajorque is still in no condition to play again. According to Alsasports, Julien Stéphan has already announced his package for the Angers match this Sunday. Back in collective training next week, Lebo Mothiba is also out.
How Toulouse overtook everyone on Dallinga
Arrived last summer from Excelsior Rotterdam (Dutch D2) where he was coming out of an incredible season (36 goals in 44 games), Thijs Dallinga told ELF Voetbal that he had maintained contact with Toulouse FC long before the end of season. It is also this substantive work that allowed Téfécé to win the battle against Heerenveen, Feyernoord or Glasgow Rangers:
“Fortunately, we were able to keep Toulouse a secret for a long time. I came here in the spring with my girlfriend and my agent. We watched everything and walked around the club. Luckily, that never came out. Apparently no one recognized us. The conversations went very well. It’s a club where I had a real chance of starting, which would have been more difficult with other interested teams. I wanted to wait until their rise to Ligue 1 was certain. Once that was done, my decision was made”.
Bordeaux: Poussin had three keys to leave this summer
Long announced understudy and about to leave for Bordeaux, Gaëtan Poussin finally stayed in Gironde where he is number 1 following the failure of the signing of Jonas Lössl. Asked about France Bleu Gironde, his agent Pierre Delcher assures that the person concerned had several opportunities to leave:
“There was a club in Ligue 2, a club in Serie B in Italy, this club in the Netherlands which arrived a little later. There were requests but I think that deep down, Gaëtan always wanted to succeed at the Girondins. He is really attached to the club, he also wants to do his part to help the club get back to Ligue 1 as quickly as possible… There would have been a taste of unfinished business if he left now. Afterwards, if Jonas Lössl had arrived, perhaps the situation would have been different and we would have seized the opportunity to leave, but… We wanted to take the bet until the end, that of staying, and it turned out winner”.
Since then, Gaëtan Poussin has extended his lease until June 2025, accepting the proposed salary cut (30%). A beautiful proof of love.
(Comments transcribed by Girondins4ever)