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Suárez criticizes Koeman’s regime at Barcelona and urges Xavi to be patient

Luis Suárez criticizes Ronald Koeman and advises Xavi on the work of Barcelona

Suárez attacks Koeman and advises Xavi to be patient

The former Barcelona striker and current Atlético de Madrid leader, Luis Suárez, has intervened on the tumultuous situation that is brewing at the Camp Nou under the direction of coach Ronald Koeman.

After spending six wonderful years in the Catalan capital while watching alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar, Suárez left the club last summer after Koeman and former club president Josep Bartomeu told him he was above the requirements.

Suárez has come out today with comments in the press not only about his departure from the club, but about the current situation around the Koeman regime.

The Uruguayan icon endorsed the talent that Barça offers by being able to correct the course, but did not say if it was possible while the attacked Koeman is in command.

Additionally, Suarez offered some potentially valuable advice for a former clubmate. Xavi who is linked to the possibility of replacing the experienced Dutch director should his tenure at Barcelona come to an end this weekend if the Blaugrana not getting a result against Atléti at the weekend.

“At Barça there is a war that hurts the players. I personally recommend Xavi to wait. This is not the ideal time to arrive at the club. He’s smart, he has to wait a minute. ” note: quote via Fabrizio Romano quoting sport

Agitation in Barcelona after unacceptable Champions League record with the Dutchman

With their 3-0 loss to SL Benfica last night, Barcelona have reached an all-time low with Koeman in Europe’s premier club competition.

Luis Suárez criticizes Ronald Koeman and advises Xavi on the work of Barcelona

BARCELONA, SPAIN – FEBRUARY 16: Coach Ronald Koeman of FC Barcelona looks on during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 match between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain at Camp Nou on February 16, 2021 in Barcelona, ​​Spain. Spain’s sports stadiums remain under strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government social distancing laws prohibit fans within venues, causing matches to be played behind closed doors. (Photo by Alex Caparros – UEFA / UEFA via Getty Images)

The Catalan giants now sit last in Group E and are already well off the pace of Bayern Munich and have only managed one point in their last five Champions League games under the Dutchman.

It is surely only a matter of time before Koeman faces expulsion, but how the club decides to leave the former Barça player will make a difference at the crossroads that Joan Laporta’s second regime approaches.

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