Leed United manager Marcelo Bielsa has sensationally admitted that it was him who ordered a member of his clubs staff to spy of Derby’s training session before the sides met in the Championship tonight.
The Rams training session was halted yesterday afternoon when Derbyshire Police were called to Derby’s training ground after a man was noticed allegedly spying on Frank Lampard’s sides preparations.
Ahead of tonights clash at Elland Road Bielsea said he takes ‘full responsibility,’ for the incident and even claimed that he has been using this pratice for many years.
WATCH: Marcelo Bielsa admits he was behind #LUFC spy-gate and that he has been using similar tactics for year.
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Bielsa’s admission has sparked outrage in the football community and the Argentinian coach is likely to face punishment from the FA.