Barcelona will reinforce security after the attacks on Koeman

The Barcelona club announced this Monday that it will work on improving security controls at the Nou Camp stadium after the incidents that occurred with coach Ronald Koeman, who was rebuked by fans outside the Nou Camp stadium after the 2-1 defeat at the classic against Real Madrid.

“The coach of Barcelona went through a moment of tension when he was leaving the stadium and a group of fans crowded onto his car, some to take photos but others to reprimand and insult him, and even some hitting in the car,” reported this Monday the Mundo Deportivo newspaper, after the images of fans attacking the Dutch coach’s vehicle went viral.

The Catalan entity issued a statement in which it condemned the events and promised to “improve security controls” at the Nou Camp stadium. According to published information, “everything was rushed after the security area indicated to the Barcelona technicians and players that it was better to withdraw through another access because the usual exit was blocked by the presence of fans.”

However, the door proposed by the agents was also occupied by fans, who, upon recognizing Koeman’s car, decided to approach and harshly rebuke the coach, who was “concerned and disgusted” by the events. Barcelona will play at home again next Saturday against Alavés for the twelfth date of LaLiga, since on Wednesday they will be measured as a visitor against Rayo Vallecano, for the eleventh day.


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