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If Olympique Lyonnais stays in a very disappointing eighth place and will have to show more this season, one important constant remains for the Rhone club: his training. Last year, Malo Gusto and then Castello Lukeba confirmed themselves as important players in the Lyon squad. Up-and-coming players like Bradley Barcola who played at the end of the season or even Florent da Silva, on loan to Villefranche, who knocked out a high-quality U-19 European Championship with France. Already against Borg en Press (win 4-2) last Saturday, we can spot Irvin Lomami in his right lane. Standing during the second period, the right side showed great things, both in defense and in drop.

His fourth goal after a good run in the back of the defense was followed by a shot from the left, and the 18-year-old was congratulated at the end of the match by Peter Boss: β€œHe is great for Lumami. He is part of the team.” A good sign of confidence from the Dutch coach who decided to use more young players against Dynamo Kyiv on Tuesday. If Irvin Lomami does indeed appear to be part of the Dutch coach’s plans, the latter was able to see other nuggets in play against the Ukrainian club during the two organized matches at Pierre Rajon stadium in Burgoyne Galleu.

Muhammad Al-Aroush then “Masia” from OL

Using several young players such as Irvin Lomami, Mohammed Al Aroush, Djibril Deeb or even Idris Bonas in the first match against Kyiv, Olympique Lyonnais held a complex meeting, especially on a physical level against the Ukrainians at the end of their preparations and who will play. Champions League preliminary rounds. Lagging 1-0 in the first half, OL pressed for a comeback before conceding a goal from Vladislav Supriha. But just when we thought the Rhodanians were going to quit, Muhammad al-Arush came out of the woods. As in the Coupe Gambardella final on May 7, which beat Caen (1-1/5-4 on penalties), the young Lyon midfielder sent a rocket into the top corner of poor Denis Boyko.

But after losing the match 3-1, the 18-year-old enjoyed this impressive performance which culminated in a superb goal: “This is just the beginning, I hope. The coach can count on me, I’m ready for anything, I have extraordinary determination and I have confidence in myself. I want to try to play as much as possible in L1 this season. Besides, Peter Boss confirmed it in the Lyon group for next season. Ambitious and unrestrained, it symbolizes the new generation of Leon reaching strength. While Peter Bosz fired eleven types in the second game, and Castello Lukeba – coaching center producer but already manager – opened the scoring after returning from the locker room, the recent period left plenty of room for the youngsters. Thus, Rodanese’s team was staged at 4-3-3 with Caen Bonnevy in the cages behind Theo Parisic, Philippe Pouille, Marley Felix and Celestino Ayala. Midfielders were occupied by Noam Bonnet, Sofiane Ogaro and Florent da Silva, while Yahya Somare and Bradley Barcola Seko Lega were accompanied in attack.

A nice squad under 20 years old gave Dynamo Kyiv a real nightmare. The young man reached with a knife between his teeth, and soon Lyonnais doubled the bet with a powerful blow from the right of Philippe Pouille. Then time stopped and a classy movement took place. Hitting the fast serve in midfield, young Leon managed to destabilize the rival block in order to find Seko Lega in the area who was quick to bluff Ruslan Neschert with a gentle dive. By winning the match 3-0 by giving top spot to their young talent, Lyon makes perfect use of that preparation at the moment. What conquered Peter Boss at the end of the meeting: “I don’t look young or old. I think tonight we saw a good performance from the team. I can’t say he played better than the other. It was a good performance on the pitch. We saw when we scored, they were all together and for me, that’s the picture of the evening.” . The future looks bright for OL.

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