ADELAIDE United coach Josep Gombau will continue to coach the Barcelona way despite the team being beaten for the fourth time this season - a 3-0 loss on Saturday night to 10-man Melbourne Victory.
The defeat at Etihad Stadium leaves Adelaide in eighth on the ladder.
But Gombau, a former youth team and academy coach at Barcelona, said he would keep trying to teach them the possession-based style he had grown up with and which he been brought in to do with the Reds.
"This is my way," the 37-year-old Spaniard said.
"I don't change nothing.
"I was very honest when the club contacted me and I explained what I want to do.
"This is the way that I believe in football, this is what I learnt in Barcelona and this is what I will do."
Despite watching on as his team's winless streak stretched to six games, Gombau insisted if his side had not made basic errors, it would have won.