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Ancelotti criticized Barca fans over lack of respect shown to Koeman

Tue 26 October 2021 | 19:26

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has hit out at Barca fans who mobbed Ronald Koeman’s car following the 2-1 defeat in El Clasico on Sunday.

The two former

Everton

managers faced off on Sunday as Ancelotti's

Real Madrid

beat

Barcelona

2-1 thanks to goals from

David Alaba

and

Lucas Vazquez

.

After the game, the Catalan fans got on the coach's car which finally managed to get out. It seems that the fans insulted the Dutch coach and asked him to leave Barcelona as soon as possible.

The former defender has admitted he considered confronting those who mobbed his car, revealing

: "There was a moment I thought about getting out, but then I thought I better not. I understand people aren't happy but you don't expect that. There's a lot of 'Tik Tok' and they want you to get involved with them.

"At the end of the day, it's a societal problem, an education problem, people without values. It wasn't just me, it was other players and their families [receiving abuse] too. It also happened to Carles Puyol."

Ancelotti

believes the Catalan fans should not have had that reaction towards

Ronald Koeman

, no matter how dissatisfied they would be with the Dutch coach.

“I was annoyed and that was down to Koeman. Those things just can't happen and we simply can't put up with rudeness,"

Ancelotti

said ahead of Real's clash with

Osasuna

on Wednesday

.

"It's a problem within society and not just within football because it was a lack of respect shown towards the individual and not the coach.

"When somebody shows a lack of respect it means that there is a problem within society.”


source: SportMob

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