This is the season for action, not talk, and it could be that Bielsa is the wrong manager for the mood.
This season, teetering on disappointment already three days ago, still has the potential to be special.
For the attacking Peacocks, leadership normally means Pablo Hernandez. But who else?
Faith, nerve, trust and control. They’re Leeds United’s most potent weapons under Bielsa, and our most glaring weaknesses.
Bielsa’s point was that Leeds have to stop forgiving themselves for bad luck, and start getting what they deserve.
The motivating hunger at Leeds is that of players like Liam Cooper, who haven’t yet got from their careers what they set out for.
The fans, beginning their journeys home in a state of familiar stunned disappointment, could have suggested plenty of things for Bielsa to criticise.
You can’t match the way Leeds have dominated their games so far with superlatives
Bielsa now has a balance of talents that can unbalance opponents, even if it means unbalancing his own team
“I was trying to make something different happen today,” said Marcelo Bielsa.
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