Ronald Koeman is fed up with the lack of support from the Barcelona hierarchy.
After over six months of managing the Blaugrana, Koeman admitted that having a president would have helped matters.
“I knew Barça’s moment was complicated for many reasons, I don’t mind being a spokesman for the club but I am the coach, which is already an important role,” Koeman said Tuesday.
“We need a president. If things go well on the pitch, everyone else at the club has it easier, but we need a president.
“A club like Barcelona cannot be without a president and we will see what happens above all to plan for the future at this great club.”
The presidential election was supposed to be conducted by January 26 but for some reason, it got delayed at the Camp Nou. Now, Barca have to continue on through the second half of the campaign without anybody in charge.
The ugly dismissal of Josep Bartomeu saw many new faces stand up for contention. Koeman has been thrown into the line of fire now as the lead responder to most questions. Last week, the Dutchman had to fight off questions regarding Lionel Messi’s leaked contract.
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