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Man City boss Guardiola: I want Leeds back in Premier League

Man City boss Guardiola: I want Leeds back in Premier League

Derby County had complained to the EFL that Bielsa sent a spy to their training ground before they visited the Yorkshire club in a Championship (second-tier) clash last Friday.

Bielsa said: "Many people have made an opinion on my behaviour".

"I observed all rivals we played against".

Bielsa admitted to spying on the training sessions of each of Leeds' rivals this term but insisted that was merely a small part of the league leaders' preparation for matches. We can discuss about it, but it's not a violation of the law.

The club's official Twitter account later responded with a picture of Leonardo DiCaprio playing Jordan Belfort in The Wolf Of Wall Street, in a scene in which he famously says "I'm not ****ing leaving".

Leeds released a statement on Saturday saying the club had apologised to Derby County and that it would "work with our head coach and his staff to remind them of the integrity and honesty which are the foundations that Leeds United is built on".

Derby boss Frank Lampard fumed pre-match and Leeds went on to win 2-0. As it went, he didn't resign - instead using it as an opportunity to get the "spygate" topic out of the way in time for his regular weekly press conference on Thursday.

"I did it because it was not illegal and it was not violating a specific wrong".

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This was then used to inform his own team's training. "By doing this I assume the possible sanctions by the authorities". We can not justify it as Lampard said.

"Of course I have a point of view but it does not mean mine it is right". We watched all the training sessions before we played them.

"The analysis of each game takes four hours of work".

"We've got to take one more step in the right direction, all of this is put to bed for the players now".

"I don't think it's normal practice in this country and I don't think it's sportsmanlike behaviour".

Bielsa added that commentators have said he "violated the fair-play rules, so I have to adapt to the rules of English football".

"What amazes me even more is the press lauding him for it, like they think it's great".

The Argentine didn't exactly help matters yesterday, though, when he called a press conference in which he gave a PowerPoint presentation to perplexed journalists detailing just how much research he and his team do into each team they play.

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