‘Son of a b****, go f*** yourself’: New details emerge of Ronald Koeman’s clash with Getafe’s Allan Nyom… with Barcelona boss accusing defender of showing him ‘a lack of respect’ during feisty encounter
Getafe defender Allan Nyom reportedly called Ronald Koeman a ‘son of a b****’ as new details emerge from his ‘ugly’ exchange with the Barcelona boss.
Koeman was left enraged at the weekend in his side’s 1-0 loss to Getafe following an altercation with Nyom, in which he accused the player of a lack of respect.
While it was originally unclear as to the ‘ugly things’ Koeman referred to, Catalunya Radio show ‘La TdT’ reported that Nyom told Koeman ‘son of a b****, go f*** yourself’.
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman accused Allan Nyom of showing him a ‘lack of respect’
Koeman says ‘ugly’ things were said to him by the full throughout Getafe’s 1-0 victory
Jaime Mata’s second-half penalty condemned Barcelona to their first LaLiga defeat of the season, Koeman’s first in the job, but the focus in the aftermath surrounded his criticisms of Nyom.
Koeman was seen angrily approaching and talking to opposite number Jose Bordalas at the final whistle.
He later revealed it was regarding the words of the full-back aimed at him during the encounter and Cataluyna Radio has now looked to shed further light on the words which angered Koeman.
Koeman (left) was seen approaching Jose Bordalas (right) to tell him exactly what Nyom said
‘I told him that Nyom had shown me a lack of respect,’ Koeman said on Saturday night.
‘I won’t repeat what he said, but that’s what I told Bordalas.
‘Nyom insulted me, he showed a lot of disrespect. I will not accept that. We can’t let that happen in the modern game. I will not repeat it, no, but it was very ugly (what he said).’
The report by Cataluyna Radio continues that Barcelona, so angered by the defender’s comments, could report Nyom to LaLiga.
Bordales was tight-lipped when quizzed on the Koeman-Nyom exchange and even went as far as to cast doubt on the account of the Barcelona boss.
‘I’m here to talk about football, not about controversy,’ he said.
Koeman and Barcelona could take their complaints to the league with the boss left furious
Bordales cast doubt on the exchange and came to the defence of Nyom (left) following the win
‘I haven’t spoken to the boy, I will tomorrow, but I doubt that Nyom would do that, I know him well.
‘He’s very competitive, but he’s a very respectful person. I don’t allow bad behaviour among my players but I doubt that Nyom insulted him.’
Koeman’s frustrations were compounded with the 1-0 defeat in which his side, pushing to reclaim the league title, dominated.
Barcelona had 73 per cent possession but managed just one shot on-target as Getafe went on to concede 20 fouls in a pulsating and physical affair.