Milik calls for ‘better’ playing time after Monaco loss

While Marseille was defeated by Monaco on Sunday evening at the Velodrome (1-0), Arkadiusz Milik was asked about his personal difficulties after the meeting, via Prime Video. Lacking rhythm, and not always in Jorge Sampaoli’s plans, the pole asks for more playing time to revive himself.

Marseille lost to Monaco on Sunday evening (1-0), and netted its second consecutive defeat in the Velodrome in the French first division. More passive and ignorant. This time owner, Arcadius Melik didn’t shine either.

“We often change the system: we played 4-3-3 against Claremont (0-2), and there are 4-4-2. In the last two games, I haven’t played, but the tempo for me is too big. It’s important. I feel better when I play all three. Days. I miss playing time to be better. You travel a lot, you don’t play, and you might miss… But in the end, it’s the coach who decides, and I respect his choices,” Pole justified, on Prime Video mic.

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“The problem is undated from today”

Arkadiusz Milik also returned to his team’s offensive incompetence. “I was happy to start tonight, but we lost a lot of things, it wasn’t easy to play without a winger either. We didn’t have enough solo.” It is very difficult to explain this defeat. I thought we’d win and get that second place back. We haven’t won three games, the situation is like that, we have to work. […] We had the ball and controlled the game in the first half and the same thing at the beginning of the second half. But we lost something in the last lane. We didn’t have much of a chance and the problem is not new.”

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After their defeat, Marseille was taken back to the locker room under the whistles of their supporters. They leave the dolphin place for the tournament to Niçois. OM will try to get back to winning ways on Thursday in the Conference League Round of 16 first leg when it hosts Basel.

Tess Larson

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