Bad luck, Koeman can make Barcelona lose its first champion

Ronald Koeman will most likely be the main barrier for Barcelona who dreamed of a premier championship through the Supercopa de Espana.

INDOSPORT.COM – Unfortunate fate seems to be experienced by monsters Spanish LaLiga, Barcelona this season. As if they had fallen on a ladder, they had the potential to lose the Supercopa de Espana as well as the inaugural champion by coach Ronald Koeman.

Since being appointed to replace Quique Setien’s disaster, the Dutch tactician has had to lift a fairly heavy load. The destruction of the Catalan prestige that repeatedly beat against Real Madrid and the 2-8 massacre incident by Bayern Munich.

Not to mention the many problems that Lionel Messi almost left if it weren’t for the 700 million euro (Rp12 trillion) release clause that was his obstacle. Starting badly, in the end he succeeded in making Barca reach the top of the Spanish LaLiga standings.

Koeman even has the potential to fail miserably at the moment Barcelona will meet Athletic Bilbao in the final round of the Supercopa de Espana. Cite the page Caught Offside, the former Everton coach has a bad record every time he was in the final party.

Who doesn’t remember the Blaugrana’s first European Cup? Reaching the final round, Barcelona finally won 1-0 over Sampdoria as representatives of Italy. The victory was inseparable from a free kick goal Ronald Koeman (112′).

But after that, the club’s coach and legend did not have a flashy record. Yes, according to reports Sport, he has played or coached different teams while advancing in 28 finals in all competitions.

However, the results were only 13 times, Pep Guardiola’s former colleague helped win the championship. These statistics also seem to make Athletic Bilbao, who are waiting in the Spanish Super Cup finals, believe they can turn things around.

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Not to mention the worrying experiences of the former Dutch national team tactician for his club having minimal champions. In fact, he had coached many big clubs throughout Europe such as: Everton, Southampton, Feyenoord and Valencia.

If record records weren’t enough, the game was final Spain SupercupIt is likely that Barcelona will even leave Messi, who is injured. This insistent unlucky fate has certainly increasingly made Koeman languish for the Spanish LaLiga club.


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