- Is criticism of Leeds spy hypocritical in 'results-driven' football, asks Charlie Nicholas SkySports
- Leeds boss Bielsa admits spy storm ahead of Derby clash was HIS idea Daily Mail
- Gary Neville calls out English press for hypocrisy over Leeds spygate scandal JOE.co.uk
- Bielsa owns up to Spygate and claims he did the same with Argentina as FA probe claims The Sun
- Lampard critical of Bielsa spying tactics after Derby defeat at Leeds Daily Mail
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Charlie Nicholas questioned whether Leeds spying on Derby training is any different to other advantages on The Debate.
Before the clash, Bielsa said: 'It's true there was someone from Leeds United. The responsible of this incident is me. It doesn't matter if this is illegal or legal but it is right or wrong.'
The former England coach has responded to press criticism of Marcelo Bielsa's controversial tactic by highlighting its inherent hypocrisy
Leeds boss has caused a huge stir after a club insider was rumbled watching Derby in training ahead of their Championship clash
Frank Lampard insisted he would rather quit coaching than employ the 'spying' tactics used by opposite number Marcelo Bielsa ahead of Derby County's 2-0 defeat at Leeds United.