OM: Mandanda, Nice, the C4… Sampaoli surrenders

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Olympique de Marseille travel to FC Basel tomorrow night as part of the Europa League Conference Round of 16. The Focenses, who enjoy a goal advantage after their 2-1 win at the Vélodrome, will enter hostile territory, especially after the latest exchanges between the two clubs. Present at tonight’s pre-match press conference, Jorge Sampaoli made the rounds in the Marseille news after lashing out at FC Basel.

Steve Mandanda:

“No competition should be a priority. Every time I lead a match with this team, we have an obligation to win. We have two goalkeepers who are very efficient, what matters to me is that they are in good shape and it is true that the possibility of playing two competitions allows us to have one goalkeeper play one competition and the other to play another. We are on that path. Steve will probably play tomorrow, and over time it will be necessary that the level of the two players is always fair because it is good for their form and for the team.”

One goal advantage:

“It’s the same game plan as in the first leg. But this time there will be public pressure, pressure from the opponent. However, the general characteristics are the same. And it’s important for us to play the same way as in the second leg. Going”.

Nice:

“This week we have prepared ourselves thinking first of all about the game on Thursday, but also thinking about the game against Nice on Sunday. We’ve just had a lot of important games and there will surely be a bit of fatigue, so you have to anticipate. things so that this or that player is in good shape for the next match. They are two very demanding matches with very little recovery time and at the end of an accumulation of matches that generated real mental and psychological stress. The tactics and the course of the Thursday’s game continues to be the priority but, I repeat, thinking the same about the Nice game so as not to arrive very worn out on Sunday with the same players…” the Argentine confided in statements collected by The team.

To sum up

Olympique de Marseille travel to FC Basel tomorrow night as part of the Europa League Conference Round of 16. The Focenses, who have a goal advantage after their 2-1 victory at the Vélodrome, will go to hostile territory, especially after the latest exchanges between the two clubs

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