April 15, 2022 – The exclusion of Lyonnaise Olympique from the European League does not make it easier for Ajax to return Peter Bosz to replace Erik ten Hagi. The coach is often mentioned as his successor and has received even more attention in his current club. Nevertheless, the chairman, Jean-Michel Aulas, continued to express his confidence in him.
He has done it in the hall before, but even after a painful 3-0 loss to West Ham United, he fell short of his coach. “We have found the staff that suits what is needed in Lyon,” the chairman told a news conference after the dropout. “Staff with experience and a different culture, which was demanded by many supporters. It was the first year to get used to it.”
Instead of saying goodbye early, Aula hopes to meet Bosz’s wishes more next season. “Our scouting may not have done what Peter wanted yet. We’ll see how we can add to our list and we have the resources to invest based on Peter’s ambitions. We hope we can continue this adventure together. The current staff is coming.” ”
End of season
Sports Director Vincent Ponsot was a little more cautious about Bosz’s future. “We’re going to summarize at the end of the season,” he said. “If the goals are not met, we have to draw our own conclusions. But seven games are yet to come and we will not throw in the towel yet. We will only draw conclusions at the end of the season.”