Barcelona had a night to forget on their first Champions League of the season, a 3-0 defeat against Bayern Munich at Camp Nou. Another disapointing European defeat that hurts the fans and shakes the club's structure.
In less than 24 hours after the defeat, there has been an emergency board meeting at Barcelona. The blub's president, Joan Laporta, sent a collective message of union, patience, and support. During the last couple of hours, all eyes have been on Ronald Koeman.
The Dutchman will once again feel the pressure of his job being at risk, in the first season of the post-Messi era. The season is going to be long and difficult, and now Alba and Pedri will be out for a couple of days following injuries during the Champions League clash.
As of now, Koeman will keep his job, according to 'Marca', as the board understands how difficult this season will be for Koeman as it has been the first without the six times Ballon D'Or winner.
'Deportes Cuatro' supports the information about Koeman keeping his job but adds that Barça's board is giving him the next three games to revert the situation, Granada, Cadiz, and Levante, with the Benfica game on the Champions League being vital too.
If he has another major defeat the Catalonians will fire him according to 'Deportes Cuatro'.
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