Published: Sat, January 12, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Bielsa has damaged his and Leeds’ reputation with ‘disgusting’ actions - Andrews

Bielsa has damaged his and Leeds’ reputation with ‘disgusting’ actions - Andrews

Leeds United have released a club statement apologising for their role in sending an individual to watch over a Derby County training session ahead of their Championship clash.

The Derby statement read: "Derby County Football Club can confirm that officers from the Derbyshire Constabulary were called to the Derby County training centre at around 11:20am on Thursday 10th January 2019 following reports of a man acting suspiciously outside the premises".

The Championship leaders have now stated their intention to speak with Bielsa, who conceded he personally sent the man in question without notifying the club, regarding his remarks.

"For me, it's not right", Lampard told BBC Radio 5 live after the match.

"We lost to the better team from minute one to minute 90 whatever", said Lampard, who joked the Football Association should reverse the three points.

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Leeds United have made a formal apology and reminded manager Marcelo Bielsa of his responsibilities in the wake of the spying row that overshadowed Friday's 2-0 win over Derby.

Bielsa had earlier admitted it was something he had done previously but Lampard was not interested in discussing any potential cultural differences which might see such incidents become more frequent in this country.

"On a sportsman's level it's bad in my opinion", the former Chelsea midfielder, whose side remained in the playoff places despite the defeat, told Sky Sports.

Police had to remove the Leeds employee, Derby said, but Bielsa insisted "spying" was not illegal.

"I'm the only one responsible for it, I didn't ask Leeds for permission to do that".

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"It's not how things are done here, it's not illegal but he (Bielsa) absolutely has to change".

"It doesn't matter if this is legal, illegal, right or wrong, for me it's enough that Frank Lampard and Derby County felt it was not the right thing to do. I didn't behave well". "The responsibility of this is me, I am responsible, there is some precision that I need to give".

"I remember the 1986 World Cup, we were playing Denmark in the first game and there were journalists invited to all different sessions".

"If we're gonna talk about "culturally I did it somewhere else and it was fine", then that doesn't work for me".

Police had to come to the training ground, so that was disruptive.

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