The Stade de France as raw satisfaction

22 apr 2016
Par 
Allan Chaussard
Photos © 
OM.net 2016
At the question: "What was your highlight after the victory of OM to Sochaux (1-0) at the semi-finals of the Coupe de France?", you reply: "Moving to the Stade de France for the finale, not to mention the newly found taste of victory.

Saying "Finale of Coupe de France" is just like saying "Moving to the Stade de France". An event still to share in the life of a club and its supporters. That's why you put this fact at the top of the rank, with the 42.72% of votes. Just like every time you have the chance to move in the biggest stadium of the hexagon, many of you will support the Olympians against PSG on May 21st. The OM's renewed success after seven matches without a win (3 losses and 4 draws), does not leave you unresponsive. Of course the OM has established its victory over a team in League 2 by just one goal, but as regards the Coupe, only the result is important. Also, the Olympians have a very significant match against Nantes on Sunday, at the Stade Vélodrome, and getting ready for this much after such a success can only be good for the team.
Franck Passi's first victory of on the Olympic bench came third in the poll (9.55%). Defeated at his first match as head coach last August ( Reims 1-0 OM ), the new coach of OM won a major unifying success in the weeks to come.
In third place, we have Florian Thauvin's goal (8.33%), which followed an action perfectly carried out by the Olympians.
Finally, some have held to highlight the 19 th participation of OM at the finale of the Coupe de France. A record. 


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