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Perrin confident Lyon are back on track

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Lyon coach Alain Perrin believes the six-times French champions are back up to speed after their 3-2 comeback win over Le Mans.

Stephane Sessegnon had given Les Manceaux a 2-0 lead and it looked as though Lyon´s uncertain start to the season was set to continue, but goals from Sidney Govou, Karim Benzema and substitute Milan Baros secured the spoils for Lyon, whose six titles have come under Perrin´s predecessors, Jacques Santini, Paul Le Guen and Gerard Houllier.

Perrin told "At that particular moment of the game (bringing on Baros) you can not say it is good coaching."

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