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PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN ARE UNTOUCHABLE BUT WE ARE STRONG: LYON BOSS BRUNO GENESIO

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN ARE UNTOUCHABLE BUT WE ARE STRONG: LYON BOSS BRUNO GENESIO

Lyon FC’s boss is looking forward to win the league 1 title in this coming season, he believes that they are strong enough to face the battle for the League 1 title this season.

Lyon FC was the runners up of the 2015/16 season of League 1 while the Paris based club PSG was the winner and there was the same result in the 2014/15 season of the France league.

But this time Lyon’s boss believes that they can upset the PSG and can make this coming season in the favor of Lyon FC.

In an interview Bruno Genesio said, “On paper, Paris are untouchable.

"We're going to find ourselves in the Champions League again from the middle of September on, with everything that involves on a physical and mental level in terms of repetition of matches.

"But if we can manage all that well, we can upset PSG."

Recently Lyon has lost their star defender Samuel Umtiti as he joined the Spanish giant Barcelona and anyhow they could manage to keep their another star midfieder Corentin Tolisso as the player himself took the decision to stay at Lyon instead of moving to Italian giant Napoli.

At Tolisso’s decision Lyon’s boss said, “it's a strong sign that he stayed... it shows that the project is very interesting and that the players identify with the ambitions of the club."

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