Before the match between OM and Lokomotiv Moscow as part of the first day of the Europa League, Charles Kaboré slipped some advice to the Marseillais.
OM: Lokomotiv, Charles Kaboré warns Marseille
Since the beginning of the season, Olympique de Marseille has seduced by its solidity and its forward play. The men of Jorge Sampaoli positive results in the league. If the effectiveness of Marseille remains to be proved, the recent victories against AS Saint-Étienne (3-1) and against AS Monaco (2-0) reassured everyone. With its new summer recruits, OM looks stronger than last year. And the scenario of the game against Lokomotiv Moscow in the Europa League suggests that the Phocaean club will be able to throw itself intelligently in the battle to win the three points.
Present in pre-match conference, Valentin Rongier even showed himself very confident for the victory of his team against the Russian club. But beware of overconfidence. The former OM player, Charles Kaboré, warned the Marseillais before this European poster. The midfielder assures that it is not to be mistaken, the Russians of Lokomotiv Moscow will also be transcended by the event. They remain formidable opponents in this competition. “Throughout my time in this country, Lokomotiv has always positioned itself to finish in the top five. He played in the Champions League two years ago. It’s high level. Every year he plays Europe and is used to it “, he warned in remarks reported by Provence.
Charles Kaboré wary of Lokomotiv Moscow
Former player of Krasnodar and Dynamo Moscow, Charles Kaboré has faced Lokomotiv Moscow many times and ensures that it is to be wary of it. “I played more than fifteen. They’re a good team. At the beginning of the match, she puts an intense pressing, but around the 40th minute, she can start to relax if she scored. As soon as she leads, she starts defending to maintain her lead goal, until she cashes one…It is specific to Lokomotiv. But there are very good players, such as Fedor Smolov. And now they regularly trust their young people, ” he added.