Setien called the defeat "tremendously painful" and hinted that he knew what was coming
Barcelona's embattled coach Quique Setien offered no indication that he would resign in the immediate aftermath of Friday's 8-2 Champions League humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich, as club president Josep Maria Bartomeu promised to "take decisions" in the coming days.
Defender Gerard Pique called for sweeping changes at the Camp Nou in the wake of the defeat, the worst in Barca's distinguished European history.
Setien was already under huge pressure, despite only being appointed as the successor to Ernesto Valverde in January, with Barca having relinquished the Spanish title on his watch, finishing second to Real Madrid in La Liga.
They were hoping to make up for a disappointing domestic campaign in the “Final Eight” in Lisbon but were instead utterly outclassed by Bayern at the Estadio da Luz.
Setien called the defeat "tremendously painful" and hinted that he knew what was coming.