Barcelona Rejects 2-8 Match Outcome By Sacking Manager

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It was almost certain that Quique Setien won’t last long at Nou Camp after the Bundesliga giant, Bayern Munich whitewashed the Lionel Messi’s side to eliminate them from the ongoing UCL battle, and it happened as thought in just three days. Netherlands manager Ronald Koeman, who played for the Catalan giants between 1989 and 1995, has been linked to replace him.

There are lots of reasons why Setien should as Barca finished second in La Liga this season, five points behind Real Madrid. The former manager in Setien could not take them beyond Champions League quarter-final. The club’s pillar in Lionel Messi might leave the club if changes were not made.

Source: BBC Sport

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