In the aftermath of another European elimination, Barcelona's president Josep Maria Bartomeu was naturally disappointed after seeing his side be "massacred" by Liverpool with a resounding 4-0.
For the second year in a row, the Catalans have missed a three-goal lead, having already done the same against Roma in the quarter-finals last season.
After the meeting, Bartomeu acknowledged that the elimination was a "disappointment" and stressed that the future of coach Ernesto Valverde will be debated at the end of the season after the King's Cup final against Valencia (25th).
"It was a disappointment, then we will have time to reflect and give explanations." The administration will reflect deeply on what has happened here, and we have a final, the King's Cup, to play in three weeks. a year ago … It's difficult to explain, we're going to do it internally, now it's time to raise the team's morale for what is missing and to apologize to the fans, the last goal has no explanation. the team. "The second year followed with a nightmare," he shot.