Those who have come up from Barcelona’s famous La Masia academy cannot be criticized. The criticism will be those who have been bought by spending the money of the tack. This seems to have always been the case in Barcelona with Louis van Haal.
Von Hal, who took charge of the Netherlands national team a few days before retiring, was the two-time coach of Barcelona. From that experience, he says, all the criticism is on the foreigners as long as the time is going bad in Barcelona. As if foreigners are Nanda Ghosh. As much as the fault, it’s all theirs.
Fon Hull made the remarks while talking about Dutch coach Ronald Coman, who has been under fire since moving to Barcelona, and Dutch midfielder Frankie de Young, who has been under fire in recent days. In his eyes, such criticism of Coman, de Young is Bar’a’s ‘regular character.’
The Netherlands will take on Gibraltar in the European World Cup qualifiers tomorrow. Earlier in the day, a press conference was held in Bara to discuss the criticism surrounding Koman and De Young. De Young is an important part of the Netherlands team, Koman left the Netherlands national team a couple of years ago and became the coach of Barcelona.
Asked about their criticism of Barca, current Netherlands coach Fon Gaul said: “When everything goes well and you contribute to what Franিois de Young has done for the last two years, there is nothing to worry about. But whenever things get bad, the people of Barcelona always point the finger at foreigners. And now the coach (Koman) is also being criticized because he is a foreigner and a Dutchman. ‘
Von Gaal, now 60, has been coaching Barcelona for the first time since 1998 for three years. Then back in 2002, the service took only one season.
Barca won two leagues in two rounds, a Copa del Rey and a UEFA Super Cup. But his name has been the subject of much controversy in Catalan clubs. Von Gaal, however, never saw his own fault in that.
This time, in the case of Koman and De Young, he feels that the history of making scapegoats for foreigners is being repeated in Barcelona. “Don’t pay too much attention to the negative comments around us,” von Gall said, referring to the criticism that he was criticized for ignoring everything else when his two-point performance was not as expected.