Leeds and Bielsa are below investigation by each the FA and the EFL after the White boss admitted sending a member of his backroom employees to spy on Derby
Marcelo Bielsa has held talks with officers from the Soccer Affiliation concerning the investigation into his scouting strategies, with Leeds United searching for a fast decision to the matter.
The assembly, which was revealed by The Times, befell on Monday on the FA’s places of work in London.
The Argentinian confronted questions over the incident which sparked the ‘Spygate’ controversy earlier this month.
The 63-year-old admitted sending a member of his backroom employees to observe a Derby County coaching session 24 hours earlier than their 2-Zero win at Elland Highway on January 11.
He later admitted to spying on all of his opponents in an impromptu press conference, the place he delivered a fascinating powerpoint presentation, which many dubbed a ‘teaching masterclass’.
Leeds and Bielsa are below investigation by each the FA and the EFL, with the Championship leaders promising each organisations they’ll cooperate absolutely in a bid to attract a line below the dispute.
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The club therefore decided to put Bielsa up for interview on Monday morning, where he was questioned thoroughly in regards to the topic.
Eleven clubs from the Championship have expressed their dismay at Bielsa’s behaviour, sending a collective letter to the EFL demanding a radical inquiry.
It’s believed the face-to-face discussions between Bielsa and the FA has edged the saga nearer to a conclusion.
Leeds and the FA each declined to touch upon the assembly.