Before, the bus of the OL players had been greeted by some vehement supporters, whom the leader accused, afterwards, of having attacked the vehicle: “ There is a sense of waste. On the bus, we were attacked by fans (ultra) that we had met (friday) with John (Textor, new club owner). It had gone very well. They had to remain non-violent while there were acts of violence before the game. The kops can have opinions on the players. It’s the supporters’ game, but when they attack exemplary leaders (Vincent Ponsot, director of football and Bruno Cheyrou, director of recruitment) it is me they are attacking. They have to stop”.
“We’re going to shake things up. There will be significant movement before the end of the transfer window.
“We have two managers who work day and night for the club, Aulas continued. I cannot accept this. Our club is suffering right now. Every time we take initiatives, we must not find ourselves facing supporters who are very mean compared to irreproachable people. We will still work with John to take a number of quick initiatives, but we need to have the supporters with us. We’re going to shake things up. There will be significant movement before the end of the transfer window. But in January, there is limited room for manoeuvre.