OL is still hoping for a recovery

Following the announcement from Edouard Philippe, OL is still hoping for a resume of Ligue 1.

Via a press release published on Thursday, OL talked about the Prime Minister’s announcements about the development of the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Rhone formation is pleased to be able to resume training on June 2, but still claims that the stoppage of Ligue 1 was too fast.

“The permit granted to professional clubs to resume training from June 2 confirms that the decision to stop competitions was hasty, premature and contrary to UEFA’s recommendations, which the club has repeatedly emphasized since this decision on April 30, “said the Lyon club

“The Prime Minister has once again confirmed that the decision to quit had been made by the league. Olympique Lyonnais is worried about this disastrous decision for French professional football,” the Olympics added in its press release.

“This authority nevertheless meets the requests and needs of the three clubs participating in the competitions which the organizers have decided to hold […] Saint Etienne, PSG and Olympique Lyonnais will be able to prepare for these cup matches in less bad conditions than those originally introduced ”

The club dear to Jean-Michel Aulas recognizes that PSG and OL will “be a little less disadvantaged than their European opponents who will resume their championships in May or June”.