R.Koeman’s rebirth is unlikely, but A.Griezmann will believe his own revival is just getting started.
Only the schedule now favors Koeman. With the international break coming up next week necessitating a change of coach for Barcelona after their trip to the Wanda Metropolitano.
They are now sixth in La Liga, although their position might be improved given that they are only five points behind champions Real Madrid and have a game in hand.
Few, on the other hand, appear willing to give Koeman time to redeem himself after a dismal start to the season marked by poor results and even worse performances.
And his greatest chance of keeping his job is if Laporta fails to find a replacement.
La Liga: R.Koeman’s rebirth but A.Griezmann will believe his own revival is just getting started.
Laporta told Koeman in the summer that he would need two weeks to locate a replacement.
None was found, or at least convinced that this Barcelona is now a club worth joining.
Roberto Martinez, Andrea Pirlo, and Xavi Hernandez are the names at the top of Laporta’s shortlist.
After a slip-up last week against Alaves, who had lost all five of their previous matches, Atletico is only two points ahead of Barcelona.
Real Madrid are the early favorites, but there are questions after their 2-1 Champions League setback at home to Sheriff Tiraspol on Wednesday.
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