Ronald Koeman appointed as new Barcelona coach


Ronald Koeman has been appointed as the new Barcelona manager after the sack of Setien. The Dutchman, who is a Barcelona legend, is set to coach the team for the next two seasons. 

Koeman is back at the club he once helped to win their first European Cup back in 1992.

Ronald Koeman used six seasons with Barcelona during his playing days and amassed 264 official appearances, scoring 88 goals, many of them from his trade mark free kicks to become the highest scoring defender in football history.

Koeman bagged 10 trophies in his time as a Barcelona player which includes four La Liga titles, a European Cup, a Copa del Rey, a European Super Cup and three Spanish Super Cups.

He will hope to replicate the same thing as a coach.

Roman Planes has also been appointed the new Barca Technical director today.

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