Sampaoli worried, M6 is a hit thanks to OM and Juve on Kamara… The 3 OM news for this Friday

Every evening at 8:10 p.m., FCMarseille offers you the 3 OM news of the day. On the menu this Friday: Sampaoli worried after the match against Feyenoord, M6 who achieves a huge audience thanks to OM and Kamara who could slip to the other side of the Pyrenees!

OM: Sampaoli’s concern!

Olympique de Marseille lost to Feyenoord Rotterdam in the Conference League semi-final first leg (2-3) on Thursday evening. OM will have to follow up quickly because the Olympians will host Lyon this Sunday at the Vélodrome. On the sidelines of last night’s game, Argentine coach Jorge Sampaoli thinks this defeat can leave its mark.

Last night’s defeat (Thursday) against Feyenoord Rotterdam in the semi-final first leg of the Europa League Conference will it leave traces? This is the concern of OM coach Jorge Sampaoli. After the meeting, he spoke at a press conference to analyze the performance of his team which will face Lyon next Sunday at the Vélodrome.

I believe that there are several factors, the moment, the adverse pressure, which make that this type of competition does not authorize you to suffocate and make mistakes. It was hard to play for us. This frustration of not being able to play, it made us make these mistakes. It is a learning for the future and for the return match. (…) Can this match leave physical and mental traces? Yes, because it was a very competitive and committed match. We are going to play a very important match on Sunday. But I am convinced that it was a great physical wear and tear for both of them, because it was a match of great physical intensity. » Jorge Sampaoli – Source: Press conference (04/28/2022)

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On the airwaves of RMC, journalist Daniel returned to the defeat conceded by Olympique de Marseille against Feyenoord this Thursday evening during the semi-final first leg of the Europa League Conference. He mentions in particular the big mistake made by OM defender Duje Caleta Car which cost the match to the Olympians

OM had the opportunity to lead in this match when it was not well

“You start a European Cup match and the opponent really puts a lot of pressure on you, a lot of intensity and you have the opportunity to calm him down directly. This is where you realize that the intensity was there but that the technical quality is less present. Dieng I like him a lot for his generosity but technically he is weak… You miss two chances, it’s hard… afterwards he scores a goal on an occasion which is much more complicated but at that moment OM are already trailing . OM had the opportunity to lead in this match when they were not well. In the European Cup, we must not miss this type of opportunity. Despite everything, OM had a great game I think. But when you lose on a dumpling that has nothing to do with tactics, nothing to do with intensity because there was no pressing on this action, then it’s really the archi mega dumpling and you lose the game above. I still think that the balance sheet is more positive than negative. Be careful because often the European Cup usually punishes you with this type of dumplings…” Daniel Riolo – Source: RMC Sport (04/28/2022)

Read also : OM – Guendouzi: “We made the match difficult on our own”

Find below the replay of our post-match debrief following the defeat of Olympique de Marseille against Feyenoord (3-2).

M6 explodes audiences thanks to OM!

Olympique de Marseille lost to Feyenoord Rotterdam in the Conference League semi-final first leg (2-3) on Thursday evening. The meeting was broadcast on M6 which was a hit with the audience thanks to the Marseille club.

Olympique de Marseille conceded a defeat this Thursday evening against Feyenoord Rotterdam in the semi-final first leg of the Conference League (2-3). For the second time in a row, M6 had chosen to broadcast the Marseille match live. And obviously he doesn’t regret it. Indeed the channel has achieved a ratings card on this match. M6 even communicated this Friday morning in detail on this subject:

2.65 million viewers with peaks of over 3 million. This score allows M6 to rank second for the best audiences of the evening, behind the series A perfect mother (3.88 million viewers/TF1).

Note that Canal+ Sport, which co-broadcast the match, did not communicate its audience. The OM-Feyenoord return semi-final, scheduled for Thursday May 5, will also be broadcast on M6.

Read also : OM – Guendouzi: “We made the match difficult on our own”

Find below the replay of our post-match debrief following the defeat of Olympique de Marseille against Feyenoord (3-2).

On the airwaves of RMC, journalist Daniel returned to the defeat conceded by Olympique de Marseille against Feyenoord this Thursday evening during the semi-final first leg of the Europa League Conference. He mentions in particular the big mistake made by OM defender Duje Caleta Car which cost the match to the Olympians

OM had the opportunity to lead in this match when it was not well

“You start a European Cup match and the opponent really puts a lot of pressure on you, a lot of intensity and you have the opportunity to calm him down directly. This is where you realize that the intensity was there but that the technical quality is less present. Dieng I like him a lot for his generosity but technically he is weak… You miss two chances, it’s hard… afterwards he scores a goal on an occasion which is much more complicated but at that moment OM are already trailing . OM had the opportunity to lead in this match when they were not well. In the European Cup, we must not miss this type of opportunity. Despite everything, OM had a great game I think. But when you lose on a dumpling that has nothing to do with tactics, nothing to do with intensity because there was no pressing on this action, then it’s really the archi mega dumpling and you lose the game above. I still think that the balance sheet is more positive than negative. Be careful because often the European Cup usually punishes you with this type of dumplings…” Daniel Riolo – Source: RMC Sport (04/28/2022)

OM Mercato: A big Italian club is coming back in force on Kamara?

Boubacar KAMARA

Boubacar KAMARA – Marseilles

More than successful since his debut at OM under the Garcia era and once again impressive this year under the orders of Jorge Sampaoli, Boubacar Kamara will not continue the adventure with Olympique de Marseille next season. After 4 years as a starter in the professional group and despite numerous negotiations initiated by Pablo Longoria, the Marseille “minot” did not wish to extend his contract and will leave the Olympian ship this summer, free.

Read also: Daniel Riolo warns OM (with Caleta Car’s big dumpling)

Aged only 22 and able to play both in defense and in midfield, the Marseille nugget will not lack solicitations. And if it seemed that Atlético de Madrid was holding the rope to obtain his signature in recent weeks, it seems that a new suitor has made a sensational entry into this file. Indeed, if we are to believe the information from the Italian channel 7 Gold , the Bianconneri would have entered the dance to sign the Marseille midfielder. The management of the Watch Lady should make an offer to the player’s entourage in the coming days to enlist him for free.

OM resigned to the idea of ​​seeing Kamara leave?

Despite the successful season on the sporting level of the Olympians who are in the race to obtain a qualification in the Champions League and a starting place in the eleven of Sampaoli, Kamara wishes to try the adventure elsewhere. A bitter failure for the Olympian management who risks losing a young, very talented player and all this for the price of 0 euros. An economic and sporting disaster for which Pablo Longoria took responsibility on the airwaves of RMC in early March:

“Kamara? It is my responsibility. I have been at the club since August 2020, I assume my responsibilities, especially with the situation of Kamara. Until the end, the last word is not said. We continue to have conversations, we have proposed different possibilities. Pablo Longoria – source: RMC (01/03/2022) Read also: Feyenoord – OM (3-2): Marseille scuttled under pressure!

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