Marcelo Bielsa believes that one day beauty will win, and that winning isn’t worth it without it.
Marcelo Bielsa has never looked or sounded more like a Leeds fan than when he was using Salim Lamrani’s arm to demonstrate the strength of different punches, trying to establish what level of violence the FA finds acceptable against a Leeds player.
Leeds are going on with the show, starting from the top and following the same script.
Marcelo Bielsa is synonymous with burnout. But aren’t we all, nowadays?
If Marcelo Bielsa takes Leeds up he’ll atone for our past excesses; but excess, now, is what the Premier League expects
In a 46 match season, it’s not only about who plays at the end.
One of my favourite Leeds United photos is of the squad from the 1989/90 Division Two title winning season.
Leeds and Bielsa are a perfect match; like Fred and Ginger, or Sid and Nancy.
English football’s battle to protect its culture against foreign influence, and Leeds United
Marcelo Bielsa walked out of two clubs after promises about transfers were broken. What now of his promise to Leeds?