Barcelona have left themselves with a headache in the LaLiga title race
That has put the future of Ronald Koeman in doubt, and the Dutchman admitted that he is under pressure.
Koeman is confident the results go their way in their title hopes
Barcelona have left themselves with a headache in the LaLiga title race and will need a minor miracle in the last two games to win the league. That has put the future of Ronald Koeman in doubt, and the Dutchman admitted that he is under pressure. Speaking at his press conference ahead of the game against Celta Vigo, Koeman feels that he needs the club’s support if he wants is to continue. “I cannot explain a lot of what happened at the meeting with president Joan Laporta,” he said. “I can’t explain much. We talked about Barcelona, the team, the latest results. We agreed to talk when the season ends,” he admitted. However, Koeman feels they should do what they can and hope the results go their way in their title hopes.
Barcelona missed a great opportunity
“I think it’s important to believe, keep going and hope. We know the chances of winning are small, but you have to win and wait for options. We haven’t thrown LaLiga away. Real Madrid and Atletico also lost points. Against Granada, we missed a great opportunity; it’s true.” Koeman mentioned that he feels he has the squad’s support and is pleased with his side’s efforts. “I feel the support from the dressing room, and it’s difficult,” said Koeman. “I try to speak and make decisions, always thinking about the club. Also, I let Oscar Mingueza play for Team B despite our situation. You have to thank the player.”
“I am not disappointed in the players; it was a tough season,” Koeman said. “There are five or six players who have played 35-40 games. I tried to get the best out of them, and I think the fans saw the team that had some fantastic games. The team showed hunger, although, in some games, we were not at the right level,” said Koeman. “This group has a future. If we can sign well, we can be excited about the team next year.” Koeman believes the criticism he received has been harsh. “Yes, I feel bad in the last two weeks, judging the season in the last two weeks. You should judge the Copa del Rey, the players. I heard in the media that we had a terrible season, and I’m afraid I have to disagree.”
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