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Ronald Koeman fired from Barcelona - Walla! sport

2021-10-27T22:26:05.113Z

The Dutchman ended his career following the loss to Rayo and the start of the bad season. Coached the team from the summer of 2020 and contented himself with winning the Spanish Cup



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Ronald Koeman was fired from Barcelona

The club has officially announced that the Dutch coach has ended his career following the loss to Rayo Vallecano and the start of the bad season.

Coached the team from the summer of 2020 and contented himself with winning the Spanish Cup.

Xavi is expected to arrive as his replacement

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It's been on the air for a long time and now it's official: Ronald Koeman was sacked tonight (Wednesday) from the position of Barcelona coach.

In Spain they reported the decision to part ways with the Dutchman following the loss to Rayo Vallecano who was the team's third in a row away, and after a few minutes the official announcement also arrived.

Koeman pays the price for a very disappointing season opener in the league and Champions League and also for the tensions between him and the management led by President Joan Laporta.



Earlier it was alleged that the former Xavi midfielder, now the coach of Qatari al-Saad, is "determined to arrive and waiting for a call from Laporta."

He is now the leading candidate to replace Coman and try to rehabilitate Barcelona.

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Coman (Photo: Reuters)

Koeman was appointed Barcelona coach in the summer of 2020, replacing Kika Stein who was sacked himself.

The Dutchman left his position on the lines of the Dutch national team and returned to the team where he played six years previously.

Despite high hopes, he failed to march Barça to significant successes in his first season and contented himself with winning the Spanish Cup.



Under Coman Barcelona finished last season only third in the Spanish league while losing seven games - including twice to Real Madrid in the Clasico.

In the Champions League, the Blaugrana were already eliminated in the quarterfinals, after a 5: 2 loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the sum of the games.



Last summer Barcelona greatly weakened after the hysterical and historic departure of Lionel Messi.

Among the leavers were also Antoine Griezmann and in the shadow of the club's severe economic crisis, the team could not have been strengthened by top stars or other luxury teams in Europe.



In the first games of the season Koeman failed to produce successes and last month he and President Laporta provided some mutual public bites.

It was clear to everyone that the breakup was a matter of time and now the tide had fallen, after the loss in the Clásico and the loss to Rayo Vallecano.

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