Barcelona players and manager-under-fire Quique Setien were involved in a dressing room raid after their 2-2 draw with Celta Vigo on Saturday, Marca reports.
The champions twice surrendered to the threatened team of relegation, allowing Real Madrid to open a two-point gap at the top of LaLiga.
Luis Suárez, who scored a parenthesis in the draw, told reporters after the game that the club’s coaches were to blame for Barcelona’s poor visitor form.
The Catalans had just two wins from their last six games on the road.
It is understood that the frustration spread to the locker room, and the Barça players criticized Setien’s tactics.
The most notable area of complaint was his decision to hire Antoine Griezmann for Suarez with 10 minutes to go.
Setien also brought the promising youngster, Riqui Puig, to Arthur Melo, bound for Juventus, with four minutes to go, further infuriating some of Barcelona’s players.