Trained in Lyon, Ludovic Giuly is back as assistant to Peter Bosz

The “ADN OL” operation continues in Lyon. After the major return of Alexandre Lacazette at the forefront of the attack, Jean-Michel Aulas brought back into the staff of the first team another striker trained at the Plaine des Jeux in Gerland. At 45, Ludovic Giuly has just been inducted on Wednesday as assistant coach in charge of attackers.

Also passed by AS Monaco, FC Barcelona, ​​AS Roma and PSG, the native of Lyon played 131 professional matches (32 goals) between 1994 and 1998 under the jersey of Olympique Lyonnais. Also winner of the Gambardella Cup (1994), the former French international has signed up for two seasons and will be present as soon as Peter Bosz’s group takes over on July 2.

Bruno Cheyrou as “link between Peter Bosz and the players”

“I will try to keep my identity, by working hard, respecting the values ​​of the club, but always in a good mood, indicates the person concerned. I was eager to get back on the pitch but I’m also here to learn. He replaces the Dutchman Hendrie Krüzen numerically, who leaves the OL staff at the same time.

The day after the presentation to the press of the future American boss John Textor, the Lyon club also indicates in this same press release that Bruno Cheyrou, technical adviser and director of the recruitment unit, “will be much closer to the professional group”, in notably making “the link between coach Peter Bosz and the players” during this new season.

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