The Laliga side Barcelona has today made announcements, over the performance of the team. During an interview today with Barcelona President Juan Larpota, Barcelona board has come up with various reports concerning the club performance this season. The Laliga side Barcelona has reported to replace the head coach Ronald Koeman.
The Netherlands International has been having a hard time to create team, which can compete and provide quality results in Laliga. Despite significant signing this summer which includes former Manchester city star Aguero and Netherlands International Memphis Depay, Barcelona President Juan Larpota has not been happy with the results of the team. Ronald Koeman lost 3-0, against Bayern Munich in the Champions League first game in the group stages. Yesterday Barcelona went drawing 1-1 against Granada in the Laliga.
According Barcelona board during the press conference today, Ronald Koeman will not continue. The board also said that Barcelona needs a person, who can compete on the the title and bring the fans together through good results.
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