Offbeat Bosz follows Olympique Lyon on Garcia

22:10  29 may  2021
22:10  29 may  2021 Source:   daznplayervod.daznservices.com

Dallas Fuel, Houston Outlaws have turned 'Battle for Texas' into Overwatch League rivalry to watch

  Dallas Fuel, Houston Outlaws have turned 'Battle for Texas' into Overwatch League rivalry to watch In Overwatch League's first three seasons, the Houston Outlaws and Dallas Fuel underperformed expectations. Now the Battle for Texas is can't-miss.In 2021, however, The Battle for Texas — seriously, the league has pushed the matchup to the point it has its own formal name — is playing out in some high-stakes situations.

Peter Boscia is new coach of Olympique Lyon. This divided the French club on Saturday night. The Dutchman should be officially presented on Sunday.

Passt zur strategischen Ausrichtung von Olympique Lyon: Peter Bosz. © Getty Images Fits the strategic alignment of Olympique Lyon: Peter Bosc.

Bosc, which was coach of Bayer Leverkusen by the end of March, signed a contract for two years by June 2023 at OL on Saturday.

This returns Bosc to France, between 1988 and 1991 he had played as an active three seasons for Toulon. From this time he is also powerful for the French language.

at Lyon follows Bosz on Rudi Garcia, who had resigned from his office after the missed qualification for the Champions League. As a fourth of the season 2020/21, OL will go to the start in the coming season in the Europa League.

Olympique Lyon, the production master at the beginning of this millennium, must have been baking smaller bread rolls for several years. Therefore, OL is strengthening talents from their own ranks. According to the club message, Bosc is perfectly fits into this philosophy. Among other things, during his time at Ajax Amsterdam, he ranked the young team in second division and the final of the Europa League.

'Hold the sand': The battle to tame China's deserts .
Tree-planting has been at the heart of China's environmental efforts for decades. "If you want to fight the desert, there's no need to be afraid," sings Wang, a veteran of China's decades-long state campaign to "open up the wilderness," as he strums the instrument, called a "sanxian.

usr: 1
This is interesting!