The FA should teach Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa a lesson about & # 39; spygate & # 39;

The FA should teach Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa a lesson about & # 39; spygate & # 39;

  • Leeds must be beaten with a heavy fine about spying on Derby training
  • Marcelo Bielsa has not regretted his behavior – it is not acceptable
  • It is clearly something that is common in Argentina – I hope it stays there
  • My first reaction was a points deduction, but players must not be punished

Jermaine Jenas For The Mail on Sunday

The FA must be strong and hit Leeds with a heavy fine. They have to put down a marker for Marcelo Bielsa to make it clear that this behavior is not acceptable.

I have been greatly shocked. He has not shown any repentance at all. He has admitted that he has done it all his career. He probably did this every weekend this season.

It is cheating. All of a sudden you have information that you can use to your advantage.

Leeds United must be penalized with a fine for Marcelo Bielsa's role in the & spygate & controversy

Leeds United must be penalized with a fine for Marcelo Bielsa's role in the & spygate & controversy

I'm not so naive enough to think that other people have not done it over the years and tried to get information about setting up line-ups, set-pieces or whatever, but to get someone to work and to be caught by the police, and then you stand there and say you do not care that much. It is disgusting.

From listening to Mauricio Pochettino's comments, it is, of course, something customary in Argentina. I would rather stay there. That is not how we do it in the English league.

You also ask Bielsa's possibilities a bit. He is clearly a good coach because of the way he lets his team go and performs.

Mauricio Pochettino made it clear that this is common in Bielsa's homeland Argentina

Mauricio Pochettino made it clear that this is common in Bielsa's homeland Argentina

Mauricio Pochettino made it clear that this is common in Bielsa's homeland Argentina

Why do not you leave it at that? A slap on the wrists would certainly not be enough to stop him from doing it again.

My first reaction was to hit Leeds with a points deduction, but on closer inspection a heavy fine would be a better punishment.

The Leeds players have been brilliant all season, they are the top of the championship and a challenge for promotion. They should not be punished for the stupidity of their manager.

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