The Dutch coach is anxious about his team's situation in the days when the club does not have a permanent president.
Barcelona coachRonald Koeman
has claimed that he is worried about his team's situation at the end of the year.
Following the resignation of Josep Maria Bartomeu, the interim president now holding the position, and the coronavirus crisis has dealt a severe blow to the club's financial situation. Elections will be held in January, and the election of a new president will determine many issues, such as the future of Lionel Messi and financial matters.
Koeman sees his position in danger even more with the poor results he has achieved. Azulgrana has recorded four defeats in 10 La Liga games so far and is not experiencing proper conditions.
The Dutch told reporters: "I understand them. They have been winning titles and at the top for a long time and now they see us lose toGetafe
The situation is complicated at the club and may change in January with the new president.
"Until then, we'll try to get the most out of the team. I don't need support, I accept that the culprit is the coach when there aren't good results. No problem."