Offbeat Garcia: "If the championship had not stopped, Lille and Lyon would be in C1"
Coronavirus in Lyon: The situation is deteriorating sharply in intensive care in the second CHU of France
According to the weekly update of the Hospices Civils de Lyon, the intensive care units are almost full. Transfers of patients to other departments have started © Elisa Frisullo / 20 Minutes Illustration of emergencies in Lyon. EPIDEMIA - According to the weekly update of the Hospices Civils de Lyon, the intensive care units are almost full.
Basic, my dear Garcia.
Before OL's trip to Lille this Sunday, Rudi Garcia took advantage of the pre-match press conference to congratulate the maintenance of the championships despite the confinement, a good thing to allow the people of to "change their ideas ”.
A way for the Rhone technician to come back to the season cut off last spring. And to make predictions: “LOSC has been performing for two seasons. I'm happy because it's a club that I keep in my heart, of course, after the double in 2011. (...) It's a team that has results. I even think they would have been in the Champions League if the championship had not stopped. With us. " A note of optimism from Garcia, to whom a journalist did not hesitate to remind that the Gones had also concluded their season with a defeat ... in Lille. His answer ? “If we had known that the championship would end, we would obviously have won it. But as we did not know ... »
Rudi science fiction.
Lille - Lyon (1-1): Galtier, Ikoné and the main reactions .
Lille and Lyon neutralized each other this Sunday evening (1-1), after a meeting dominated by the northern club. The regrets were well in the Lille camp after the meeting. © Supplied by Football 365 OL would be interested in Christophe Galtier Christophe Galtier (Lille coach, on Téléfoot) : "I don't take it as if it was a defeat because we took a point . But there is obviously frustration, a little anger. Mike (Maignan) makes a decisive save, behind we are lucky to open the scoring.