Bara: Laporta “spoke too much”, Koeman is adding fuel to the fire! – Soccer

In an interview with a Dutch media, Ronald Koeman criticized the public positions taken by its president Joan Laporta. The Barcelona coach believes that his boss has too much talk .

Koeman did not hesitate to criticize his president

The next few days are likely to be tense at FC Barcelona … While the season is just starting, and Bara is trying to recover from the departure of Lionel Messi, Ronald Koeman has decided to ignite the powder by publicly criticizing his president Joan Laporta.

At the end of last season, the Dutchman managed to save his post on the Bara bench. When he came to the presidency with his ideas, including choosing a new coach, Laporta had hesitated for a long time, which had created some tensions. He had finally opted for continuity by trusting Koeman. But the relationship between the two men remains fresh, as evidenced by the Barcelona coach’s last outing in the daily NOS.

Koeman critique Laporta!

My relationship with Laporta has improved , began the Batavian, before criticizing his boss: But last week something happened that I consider bad. He suggested that the trainer does not have all the powers. He has talked too much. This can be done privately. I like when a president comes in and asks questions. But it shouldn’t be in the press, that’s the problem.

Koeman refers to reports in the Catalan press that his extension was subject to certain conditions, such as replaying 4-3-3 or involving Riqui Puig and Samuel Umtiti. These revelations were not very well received by the Barcelona coach. Who therefore decided to publicly reframe its president, with the risks that this entails.

R. Koeman – thanks to me, this club has a future

However, the Dutchman, under contract until June 2022, sees Barcelona extended. I am open to the idea of ​​staying, I have fun here. Thanks to me, this club has a future , he assured. It remains to be seen if its president shares his opinion after this exit, all the same very daring.

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