Angry at his players, Geneseo talks about ‘unacceptable’ match

Rennes coach Bruno Genesio did not have enough harsh words to describe the performance of his players, who lost in Lens (0-1) on Saturday night, on the 20th day of the French Ligue 1.

The crisis is brewing on the side of Stade Rennes, losing (0-1) for the third time in a row on Saturday evening, in Lens, as part of the 20th day of the French League. Closed meeting, disrupted by disastrous playing conditions, with rain. If Rennes wakes up in the second half, they will never worry about Jean-Louis Leica, RCL goalkeeper. A goal from Laborde was rightly denied for offside (59), then Jeremy Duques, who had just entered, made a superb acceleration punctuated by a rebounding pass that was blocked by Artesian defense (60th place). Enough to confuse Bruno Genesio, who has already been going through a turbulent region for several weeks.

Geneseo calls for ‘big questioning’

He felt after the meeting: “It’s not frustration, it’s anger.” As much as we lost matches for being combative or good at the game, today we deserved to contend with other goals. In the defensive animation we were very fit, we managed to get some balls back, but then we didn’t do anything, the passes that were too short, too deep, to the touch…that’s where we got it wrong. When you can’t make two passes… we hardly have any chance. It is an unacceptable service that is quickly forgotten and requires great questioning from everyone. “

Very upset, the coach of Rennes revisited situations that his “team did not have before”: “We didn’t play as a team, we had 11 players on the field, not as a team, he said. We can’t afford every man to play for himself. We don’t deserve anything better. , even if we conceded a goal in the 89th minute. It is a non-disastrous match. Hearing that we are one of the best teams in France, I think it is time to get back to basics and re-perform as a team and respond quickly.”

Rennes, who remained in a stinging elimination on penalties in Nancy (L2) at the Coupe de France last weekend, is fourth with 31 units on the clock, with a length of third, Nice, which could take wide if successful in Brest. Sunday (1 pm).

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