Present at a press conference this Thursday the day after OL’s defeat at Brest Park (2-1, day 33 of Ligue 1), Peter Boss gave news of Anthony Lopez injured in three matches. The Portuguese goalkeeper’s return against Montpellier (this Saturday at 5pm) is unlikely.
OL will certainly have to start the final race, at the end of which he hopes to make a fantastic comeback in the Ligue 1 classification to snatch European qualification, without one of the team leaders. Present at a press conference on Thursday, the day after the disappointment suffered by Brest Park (2-1, day 33 of Ligue 1), Peter Boss was very pessimistic about Anthony Lopez’s return this Saturday to face Montpellier (day 34). , 5PM).
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“We think he will not be able to play against Montpellier,” the Lyon coach indicated to reporters. There are crutches and crutches … At home, it was really dangerous. I saw his thigh, after Strasbourg and even the days that followed were serious.
Caqueret on the way back
Hit in the thigh in Strasbourg Park, on April 10, Lopez missed the last three meetings of the OL. While it was hoped he could return to face West Ham in the Europa League quarter-final second leg, four days after his injury in Alsace, the Portuguese took longer to recover.
In terms of good news, Boss said Maxines Kakeret will return to training on Thursday. The midfielder, who has a knee injury, has not played for Lyon since March 20 against Reims. Boss also indicated that he could get a second player back, without identification, knowing that Tanguy Ndombele, Ryan Cherke and Senali Diomande were in the dispensary against Brest.