Ronald Koeman is a hypocrite who is “Not Happy” with Liverpool’s decision to sign Gravenberch.

Ryan Gravenberch resigned from the Dutch U21 team, and Koeman, who left the Netherlands before the Euro 2020 to become the manager of Barcelona, isn’t happy about it.





Ronald Koeman, manager of the Netherlands national team, left his country after assisting them in qualifying for a major tournament for the first time since the 2014 World Cup by taking advantage of a clause that permitted him to quit his contract in August 2020 to accept a position with Barcelona.

We are not pleased with that, said Koeman, who left the Dutch team in 2022 after failing at Barcelona. “For Ryan Gravenberch, we are not happy with that,” he added. “Nigel [De Jong] has spoken with him as well. Through strong performances at the Dutch Juniors, you can advance. That is what a player has to do.

Another Dutch player, Jeremie Frimpong, recently declined a call-up to the U21 team. As a result, Koeman has frozen him out of the senior team, and Koeman’s senior team currently sits fourth out of five in their qualification group with two games against Greece and Ireland that must be won this international break.

Since deciding to leave PSV in 2007 to join Valencia, where he spent less than a full season before being fired, Koeman’s management career has essentially been an exercise in futility. With AZ Alkmaar, he entered the Dutch league once more, but he was fired after less than a year.

Following were rather successful stints at Feyenoord and Southampton, where he didn’t win anything but voluntarily left for greater prospects. Everton’s season came to a close to being relegated. The Dutch squad then debuted, leaving them behind to join Barca, failing there, and eventually joining the national team again.

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