For a live Twitch event organized by OM, Mattéo Guendouzi, Valentin Rongier and Boubacar Kamara were invited to ask their coach Jorge Sampaoli questions. And the Argentinian was not spared. Chambering guaranteed.
During a live event organized on Twitch on Thursday by OM, Internet users were invited to ask their questions to Jorge Sampaoli. And Marseille players also lent themselves to the game. With pre-recorded videos, Mattéo Guendouzi, Valentin Rongier and Boubacar Kamara questioned their coach. Or rather allowed themselves to chamber him.
“You don’t lift enough”
“Coach, you cheated the first time we played ball tennis. We bet 1.000 euros and they are still not in the locker room. So we are going to double the bet and I am waiting for you for the revenge”, first threw a smile at him Mattéo Guendouzi. Accusation refuted by the Argentinian who denied the defeat as a whole.
Valentin Rongier wondered about his trainer’s weight training sessions. “I often see you in the weight room, doing exercises or cross-fit. It’s good, but I don’t see any changes in the body. I feel like you’re not lifting enough. You have to put more intensity to have the same body as me!”, suggested the former Nantes player. Jorge Sampaoli smiled and this time admitted defeat: “it’s true that he and Alvaro are there often and they are much better than me”.
“Stop clashing with William please!”
Finally, Boubacar Kamara moved away from football and attacked Jorge Sampaoli the driver for a little moral lesson. “You drive really too fast on the road, especially in the residence. And since I often walk my son and my dogs, I don’t want shit to happen. So if you could put your foot down, that would be good “, asked the defender, who lives very close to the Argentinian. “And stop clashing William (Saliba) too please!” Added Boubacar Kamara.
It remains to be seen whether the Argentinian will not take revenge in the next training session… The Marseillais will play the next match against Montpellier on Saturday (21 hours), in the round of 16 of the Coupe de France.