Lyon wants to test the public’s return to the stadiums

Jean-Michel Aulas announced that Olympique Lyonnais is volunteering for a scientific experiment of the public in the stadiums.

If the pass of arms between the boss of Gones and the Minister for Sports, Roxana Maracineanu, concerning the stopping of the League 1 last season is always remembered, it seems that both parties have definitely turned the page. This weekend, the former French swimming world champion met Jean-Michel Aulas, Gaëtan Muller (LDLC ASVEL) and Yann Roubert (LOU) in Lyon to discuss the possible setting up of test matches that will, thanks to the results that will be obtained, to open the door to a return of the public to the stadiums.

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Never short of ideas when it comes to breathe new life into French football, Jean-Michel Aulas and his management have already made good progress in this project. “Today we have come to collect a work that has already been initiated here at Lyon. We are very happy to leave with a file under our arms so that we can carry it to the interministerial cell. She will study it on Tuesday, ”said the Minister for Sports.

The aim will be to collect as much information as possible during these test matches in order to better address the reopening of the sports arenas in the near future. “Following scientific discussions, we proposed to see how we could anticipate these reopening of sports arenas with a very precise traceability study of people,” said the head of Olympique Lyonnais. The project is to provide information, data that will be used when the time comes to prepare the reopening of a number of sports and cultural venues. “.

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