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Tudor of Rongier (suspended against Lille): “He’s underrated”

Tudor: “Ronier gives me everything. He is smart, he has a pace. He is underestimated by the media and the public, he is an amazing player. There will be some changes tomorrow. This is the best team possible.”

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Bamba Dieng returned to OM training

The full group for OM in training this Friday, although Valentin Rongier, suspended, trained separately. Bamba Dieng, sidelined this summer and pushed to start but ultimately stayed, was brought back into the collective for the entire session.

Tudor provides an update to the group

Tudor: “For minor injuries we see that during and after training.”

Tudor in the game of wings and Lille

Tudor: “Lille is a team in the first category, a direct competitor. It is true that the corridors have made the difference but they will continue to do so.”

Tudor of Guendouzi and their dispute during OM-AC Milan in a friendly

Tudor: “How do you know what happened against Milan? (smiles) He is a fantastic player, with a lot of character. It’s normal to want to play and fail, I like this character.”

Tudor of players similar to him in character

Tudor: “I don’t really think about it. Character wise, the company is different from 20 years ago. But I’m happy with the players I have.”

Tudor in the Hierarchy of Guardians

Tudor: “Pau Lopez is clearly the No.1. Although our second and third goalkeepers are very strong, I don’t necessarily believe in rotation between goalkeepers.”

How did the group react after this first failure?

Tudor: “The group is very good and knows that we have a serious match in the Champions League. There is a good atmosphere.”

Tudor on fan violence and reception in Frankfurt on Tuesday

Tudor: “I am clearly against any kind of violence. The club will take the necessary steps.”

Tudor in defense against Lille

Tudor: “Everyone has played so far. It is positive for a coach to be able to change two or three players while the quality continues.”

Tudor in the form of his team

Tudor: “Now we will see what the players can do. Against a strong team, it will be a difficult game.”

Around the Tudors

The OM coach has arrived.

Is making history at the start of the season a goal?

Clauss: “We have to keep doing, that’s how we look higher and further in history.

More pressure on C1 for his place in Blue?

Clauss: “At the moment, no. If I’m focused on the France team, I lose sight of my goal. I have enough pressure on OM. The France team is the ultimate goal, but it’s not the reason I planned everything. my performances in it.”

Does he feel changed by OM?

Clauss: “Mediatically yes. The pressure, I always put myself under it, wherever I play, I demand of myself. I am always full, whatever the pressure, whatever the club. What I want to show on the pitch, that’s the requirement.”

Clauss in physical difficulty?

Clauss: “I’m not that way. Everything is based on statistics, so if I don’t pass or score, they say I’m not very good. With Nuno, we can’t be decisive in every game, but know- We know how to manage our games wisely.”

Clauss to German supporters before OM-Frankfurt

Clauss: “We are calm. I read some things in the networks yesterday. It’s a shame, I don’t know the ins and outs. We want the Vélodrome to be very full and very warm, after the German supporters, Let’s see what it has to offer.”

Clauss in Lille

Clauss: “I see it as a good game in Ligue 1 against a good team. They are improving, but so are we. We will go there to get points, we will not complain there because we don’t have time to recover.”

“I received from Lensois. In Lens, it was an important derby, but I changed clubs.

Clauss in his adaptation to Marseille

Clauss: “On a personal level, I feel very good. This is a period of adaptation that you have to pass quickly, you have to be quick and efficient, there is no room for small extras” We are quick adapt and we feel good here. On the ground, there are things that are easy to integrate, I don’t think it’s done badly, although there are things that still need to be perfect. “

Clauss-sur-Rongier

Clauss: “He is a strong part of the team, in his coverage and his showdown on the pitch. He does the shadow work in the covers and that has a lot of benefits.”

How to get around the bottom blocks?

Clauss: “We didn’t expect Tottenham to wait for us. We managed our first half very well. We didn’t lack much offensively. Maybe a little more movement. That’s a lot of adaptation too.”

What is the hierarchy of corridors?

Clauss: “We haven’t talked about it at all, I don’t know if the coach has his hierarchy. We have to make sure the team is as good as possible. It’s up to the coach to decide.”

Clauss in his positioning

Clauss: “It’s a lot about concentration and vision. When we defend low, I tighten the axis to create a four-man defense when Nuno Tavares presses. Sometimes, when we counter, we can ‘ go there together.’

How did he experience the first loss of the season?

Clauss: “It’s not really pleasant. There are circumstances, facts in the game that explain this defeat. You have to take positive from it anyway. We showed a lot of character. This is the top level, you have to move soon.”

Let’s go to this press conference

Clauss was the first to appear in the media.

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