After a shy start to the season, disturbed by the death of his brother, Tino Kadewere gains momentum under the colors of Olympique Lyonnais despite an unusual positioning for the former top scorer in Ligue 2, on one side. Author of his first goal in Ligue 1 in the victory against Strasbourg two weeks ago, the 24-year-old Zimbabwean striker receives encouragement from Paul Le Guen, who coached him last season in Le Havre and knows OL well. for having occupied the bench.
Le Guen: “Kadewere understands the game”
“He’s an intelligent player, who adapts, judge the French technician, questioned by The team. I believe I had the privilege of training him. The more he will evolve with top-level guys, the more he will progress. I have no doubt that he wins in this team. He understands the game and is capable of sacrifices on one side to win. “Retained this week in the national team, Tino Kadewere is expected to start against Lille, this Sunday (9 p.m.) at the end of the 9th day of Ligue 1.