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ASM lose friendly against Lausanne-Sport

ASM lose friendly against Lausanne-Sport

By Cassandra Tanti - July 15, 2019

AS Monaco has lost to Lausanne-Sport 1-2 in their third warm-up match played in Switzerland.

Despite Gabriel Boschilia’s opener in the 64th minute and an overall decent performance, ASM suffered a second straight defeat on 13th July. Their next test is 19th July against Everton.

The best takeaway from the day was the performance of the players on the pitch. With an attractive starting lineup, including an offensive consisting of Gelson Martins, Golovin, Rony Lopes, and Cardona, the team produced opportunities and netted a goal (Gabriel Boschilia), followed by a shallow cross from Rony Lopes that was kept in action by Cesc Fabregas.

Meanwhile, AS Monaco has announced the return of Bertrand Reuzeau as Director of the Academy. Bertrand joined AS Monaco as Director of the Training Centre, a position he held during the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons.

A former professional French player from 1984 to 1997, Bertrand Reuzeau led the Paris SG training and pre-training centre for more than 10 years. He was the general manager last season.

Bertrand Reuzeau will take up his position on 20th July.

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