When Marcelo Bielsa arrived at Leeds there was a strange period of adjustment that had to occur. Somewhere between the panic of watching us play out from the back and the stress of being involved in a promotion race was the realisation that watching Leeds had become something genuinely enjoyable. We can go over the rights, wrongs and general circumstances of his departure a hundred times, but what is indisputable is that his exit also marked the end of enjoyable football at Elland Road.
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