The Dutchman has presented another development and hoped to guarantee fans it's something that will work pushing ahead.
Barcelona started Ronald Koeman's residency as supervisor with a 3-1 well disposed win over Gimnastic de Tarragona on Saturday.
After Ousmane Dembele opened the scoring in the fifth moment, punishments from Antoine Griezmann and Philippe Coutinho guided Koeman's side to an agreeable triumph.
Barcelona arranged in a 4-2-3-1 development, a framework seldom utilized at the club before, with the whole beginning side changed out at half-time.
Sergio Busquets and Carles Alena started the match as the holding midfielders before being supplanted by Frenkie de Jong and Riqui Puig, with Koeman focusing thereafter that having two players possess such a job will permit the group to assault with greater adaptability.
"It might be extraordinary and fairly more cautious than what has been found as of late, yet the goal is to move the ball, clutch it and discover the spaces to play between the lines, and behind opponent midfielders," Koeman said post-coordinate.
"I figure this group can do it since we have midfielders to play that way.
"The most significant thing is that luckily there have been no wounds. Everybody has played 45 minutes. There were snapshots of acceptable power. There are consistently things to enhance yet we're cheerful. We have been here for about fourteen days and we have two more to go.
"It is significant that they as of now play since it's anything but an ordinary pre-season. We just have a month, not six. It is confused. What we need to do presently is physical work and in the following fourteen days deal with the strategic side more."
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