The Dutch manager quickly reprimanded the player and told him the opposite number to resolve what was said.
Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman complained about the “lack of respect” after the team unexpectedly defeated Allan Nyom in La Liga’s defeat of Getafe.
Koeman lost his first Barcelona boss’ game last Saturday – Jata Mata won 1-0 in the 56th minute of the penalty shootout.
Since November 2011, this is Getafe’s first defeat of the Spanish giants Barcelona (16 games in the league).
Koeman replaced Quique Setien at the beginning of the season, but he was not impressed by Getafe Global Nyom’s move.
“I told him [Getafe coach Jose Bordalas] That his number 12 [Nyom] Tell me that I lack respect. He said two or three things to me. It was very ugly and I won’t repeat it. He insulted me,” Koeman said after the game.
“I told Bodalas that he needs to talk to his players because we cannot tolerate such behavior in modern football.”
In Koeman’s comments, Bodalas added: “I’m talking about football here, not controversy. I’m not talking to this boy. I’ll talk tomorrow, but I suspect Nim will do it. I know him well.
“He is very competitive, but he is a very polite person. I don’t allow bad behavior among the players, but I suspect that Nyom insulted him.”
Lionel Messi took up the position, Getafe captain Djene Dakonam scored his goal by the crossbar, but – after starting to rule with a back-to-back victory – Koeman now sees his ball The team made a lonely outing in the next two seasons.
Since the 2015-16 season, La Liga has the lowest number of goals in four La Liga games, with only eight. Barcelona has a 73% possession rate, but because Getafe fouled 20 times in a sporting match, so Only one shot attempt was made.
After Mata fouled, Frenkie de Jong fouled Dakonam, Koeman said: “I don’t know if this is a punishment, it looks like they are looking, We fell into a trap. I didn’t.” I don’t know if we have VAR today.
“I don’t want to talk about referees, but if you watch the game and see how many fouls they commit and how many cards are dealt, then you can make up your mind.
“We know this is a very difficult area, but we try to create a channel for the game and move the ball fast, they keep breaking the game with fouls.”