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We proposed a different strategy to the shareholder, we wanted to find the DNA of the club, to have fun thanks to the game. That OGC Nice be recognizable beyond its jersey.
Ambition but restrictions in the direction of arrivals…
Despite the presence of Ineos for two and a half years, Nice has still not made a very big hit on the market, contenting itself with interesting bets but not always paying off (Dolberg, Stengs, Claude-Maurice). If the Aiglons do not strike harder, it is above all to stay in the nails of financial fair play. And not because of a possible timidity of Ineos.
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Nevertheless, Favre’s arrival could also coincide with a new transfer window strategy. By emphasizing quality more than quantity. “There will certainly be transfers, it is essentialsaid the Swiss coach. One or two players can make a huge difference in a team.”
In football, you have an element that blocks a lot of things: financial fair play. There is this constraint. So we will try to do the maximum while respecting the constraints. We have a powerful group, but there is a limit. We’re not talking about big names, we’re talking about doing things smart.
…and firmness in the direction of departures
After a decent season, Nice has several assets in its workforce. Jean-Clair Todibo confirmed, Kephren Thuram revealed himself and Amine Gouiri progressed. But for the Nice coach, there is no question of seeing them leave.
Gouiri and Thuram will stay, that’s for sure. Todibo too. They will stay.
Objective podium… and title?
With him, Nice finished on the podium. Since his departure, the Aiglons have alternated between good and bad. The Swiss, meanwhile, wants to aim higher. And why not do what Monaco or Lille succeeded in the fairly recent past.
Within two years, the objective is to finish in the top three… and even more! I assume. Tell the truth, that’s the goal.
“The Girondins are the laboratory of everything not to do in football business”
Finally, the former president of RC Strasbourg was still dismissed. In the photo announcing the arrival of Lucien Favre, it is Dave Brailsford, the sports director of INEOS, who took the pose alongside the president and the coach.
Tensions are part of club life. Afterwards, it’s not really the kind of thing we like. Julien has a future perhaps elsewhere than at OGC Nice.
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