Fierce Koeman about verbal Getafe violence: “No respect for me at all”


The grapes were sour for Ronald Koeman, after his first official defeat as FC Barcelona coach. After the away game against Getafe, Koeman aimed his arrows at Allan Nyom, the right midfielder of the hosts.

The seventeen-time international of Cameroon had verbally treated Koeman, the Barça trainer told the Spanish press immediately afterwards. “He has said very ugly things to me two or three times”, said the Barça coach, who spoke to colleague José Bordalás about the behavior of his player. “I told him that the player had no respect for me at all and that he (Nyom, ed.) Should be held accountable for that.”

Koeman was annoyed by more things: the match was decided by a penalty kick and the arbitration had to pay. “I wonder if there was a VAR”, the ex-national coach sneered. “There were constant fouls and we couldn’t get into our rhythm for a moment. The arbitration took the pace out of the game and we hardly had any chances.”

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