Zapping World Eleven EXCLUDED: the “Little sister” interview with Geyoro, Karchaoui and Périsset!
Failing to have goals, the shock of the first day of Ligue 2 between Sochaux and Paris FC on Monday (0-0), was the scene of a good clash between Thierry Laurey and Julien Lopez. After the exclusion of his player for protest, the Parisian coach pushed him in the back towards the locker room, which had angered Maxime Lopez, Julien’s younger brother. “In 2022, is it normal for a coach to push his player like that?” had thus tweeted the former midfielder of Olympique de Marseille.
Although it was quickly deleted, the message came to the eyes of Thierry Laurey, who reframed Maxime Lopez at a press conference on Thursday. “Let him take care of Sassuolo, I take care of Paris FC” dropped the former Strasbourg coach, according to proposals relayed by Le Parisien.
Before that, the French technician had calmed things down, ensuring that there was nothing to argue about. “Some people want to make a business out of it, but there is no business, it’s a storm in a teacup. in the foot will perhaps understand how it can happen. Since Sochaux, I have slept very well, I have no worries. (…) It was a moment of common nervousness. If I pushes Julien, it’s not because I wanted to fight him. I wanted him to get out of the field as quickly as possible so as not to aggravate his case with a salty report from the referee. (…) We took the time to speak. Everything is dissipated. Julien also spoke to his teammates. He apologized. He will be sanctioned by the leaders. For me, it’s settled, I’ve moved on “explained Thierry Laurey.
[📺 LIVE] 🇬🇧 #Ligue2BKT
😱 SECOND RED FOR PARIS!!! Julien Lopez receives a second yellow after checking the referee…
😬 His coach Thierry Laurey is mad with rage!#FCSMPFC #beINLIGUE2 pic.twitter.com/OBlqBb5bhz
— beIN SPORTS (@beinsports_FR) August 1, 2022
Three days after the draw between Sochaux and Paris FC (0-0), Thierry Laurey returned to his clash with Julien Lopez. “Some people want to make a business out of it, but there is no business, it’s a storm in a teacup. in the foot will perhaps understand how it can happen. Since Sochaux, I have slept very well, I have no worries “said the Parisian coach.