Barcelona plan to sack Quique Setien at the end of the season unless they win La Liga or the Champions League 👀 pic.twitter.com/vsgqNmRKav
— Goal (@goal) June 29, 2020
Quique Setien studied Barça for a very long time before taking over. His first game, vs Granada, he went with a back three, wingbacks and Messi as false nine. Clearly, that was how he wanted HIS Barça to play. How long did it last? Three games. Three!
— Andy West (@andywest01) June 29, 2020
Barcelona players are beginning to turn on manager Quique Setien, sources have told ESPN. https://t.co/UPU0YjBy7r
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) June 29, 2020
Yes they earned the right to have a voice but not the final vote, the attitude of Messi the other night when Setien was trying to get things across to the players was a disgrace, he showed the world what he is like in the dressing room with the way he walked off, lost all respect
— Sevilla Spurs 🇪🇸 🏴 (@sfcbdlm2) June 30, 2020
🗣 — Setién: "It's not easy to play against a team like Atletico, but I'm quite happy with the team's game." pic.twitter.com/D7lnyHZCO6
— Barça Universal (@BarcaUniversal) June 30, 2020
I agree that the subs were horrendous. But some people are going mental over Setien
— Umer Khalil (@Umer515K) June 30, 2020
That's exactly Setien wanted to say, implicitly, that those two are the boss. They control the dressing room.
— CRUYFFIAN (@TheCruyffian) June 30, 2020
I saw Suárez 3 times today! But Setien can't sub him because Messi can't play without Suárez on the pitch 😍 https://t.co/IOQgjnITeX
— Zoé 🦋 (@Zoe_H7) June 30, 2020
I guess Setién will make sense then😂
— Saloni🐣 (@stetho_is_right) June 30, 2020
Setién: "Griezmann not playing? (laughs) I gave him the job of looking after and feeding my cows for the past few days and he forgot so he must be punished".
— barcacentre (from 🏠) (@barcecentre) June 30, 2020