OM qualified for the European Cup if…

OM qualified for the European Cup if…
OM qualified for the European Cup if…

The chances of seeing OM compete in a European Cup next season are slim. But they still exist.

This Sunday evening, Olympique de Marseille travels to the Le Havre pitch for the 34th and final day of Ligue 1. Even if the Marseille club no longer has its destiny in its hands, it can still hope to qualify for a European Cup.

However, it will take an ultra-favorable combination of circumstances for this scenario to happen. Already, Jean-Louis Gasset’s men will absolutely have to win in Normandy. At the same time, Racing Club de Lens will have to lose against Montpellier and Olympique Lyonnais will have to achieve a better result than the Sang et Or.

OM will have to support… PSG

After the defeat against Reims, Pau Lopez did not even seem to think about it. “We are not up to the task. I don’t know. The club and the supporters deserve much better. It’s a bit like our entire season. You have to take responsibility for it. We did some shit. Sorry for these words, but we did some shit. Now we have to win the last match, just for our self-esteem. And that’s it, see you next season »declared the Marseille goalkeeper.

OM are currently in eighth place in Ligue 1. If they finish in sixth, a victory for PSG in the Coupe de France final against OL on May 25 will qualify the Marseille club for the Europa League. If he finishes the season seventh, a success in Rhone will send him to the Europa Conference League.

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