Soccer. Ludovic Giuly assistant coach at OL

OL announced this Wednesday at the start of the afternoon the arrival of Ludovic Giuly within its professional staff. The tricolor international (17 caps) returns to his training club which he left in 1998 after 131 games played. He will join the staff of Peter Bosz as assistant coach in charge of attackers.

“I am very honored to return here to Lyon,” he said in the press release. “It’s a strong gesture from the club to have thought of me and to give me this responsibility. I will try to keep my identity, working hard, respecting the values ​​of the club, but always in a good mood. I was eager to get back on the pitch but I’m also here to learn. »

Winner of the Champions League, Ligue 1 and La Liga, the pocket striker who worked for OL, PSG, Monaco, Roma, Lorient and who ended his career at Chasselay signed up for two seasons at OL.

Four assistants at his side

In the staff of Peter Bosz, he will find another former Lyonnais, Claudio Caçapa. But not the Dutchman Hendrie Krüzen, who is leaving OL after one season. He will join the Dutch club Heracles Almelo.

Peter Bosz will therefore rely on four assistants, Rob Maas, Claudio Caçapa, Rémy Vercoutre and therefore Ludovic Giuly. Note that three of the four are former OL players. The famous return to Lyon’s DNA…

The club also confirmed, as Le Progrès had told you, that “Bruno Cheyrou will also be much closer to the professional group as soon as the resumption. Technical advisor and director of the recruitment unit, Bruno Cheyrou will notably be the link between the coach, Peter Bosz, and the players during the season”.



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