Ronald Koeman maintains intact confidence in continuing to lead the first team project. In fact, the DT assured in the press conference prior to Barcelona vs. Celta de Vigo who has enough energy to work with the Catalans with a view to next season. Of course, the Dutchman left everything in the hands of the directive.
“I have said before that we will speak after the season. Above all, on the part of the club, because I am happy and I want to continue. It is a path that does not end this season, we have done good things and there is spectacular data. There are many positive things. Criticize and say things that at one point have been all perfect and everything is horrible, it is not fair “, Held.
In that sense, the coach revealed that he has the support of the footballers in his favor. “I feel very supported by the dressing room and this is always difficult, because there are players to whom we have not given many games. I am a coach who tries to make things clear, you have to make decisions, not everyone is happy “he added.
Likewise, Koeman awaits the approval of the Catalans fans. “I think the fans have seen a team that has played fantastic games and has shown hunger (…) The team has a future. If we can sign what we think we need to strengthen ourselves and take another step, it will be positive. The fans will have an exciting team “he explained.
Later, the DT regretted the current position of Barcelona in the season. “We are disappointed for a couple of moments when we were able to lead and we didn’t. The important thing is to be able to work in a club when you have absolute confidence from the club. That is the most important thing, and I can and want to continue if that is the case “, he said.
Ultimately, Koeman admitted that the media unfairly attacked him. “In the last two weeks I have felt mistreated. You have to analyze everything. We won the Cup, we recovered 12 points in the League, we are fighting for the League … If you look at the press in recent days, it seems that we did a very bad job, and I do not agree on that “, Hill.