Fans of Leeds United have been reacting to a post on Twitter, in which Marcelo Bielsa revealed his team to face West Ham United on Friday.
In the footage, Bielsa is asked by a journalist whether or not he would try to keep West Ham guessing with his team selection, to which the Argentine quickly responded, ‘No,’ before reeling off his starting XI for the Friday night fixture.
So, what did these Leeds United fans have to say in reaction to the footage of Marcelo Bielsa?
Love it. No media games. This is our team, this is how we'll play. Absolute breath of fresh air.
— Gareth Everson (@garetheverson) December 9, 2020
god i love him https://t.co/GHTYPS9iGS
— ell (@lufc_ellie) December 9, 2020
Keep them guessing? Nah just name the team m8 https://t.co/vBYfLrMaVp
— Nick Ross (@NickRXXII) December 9, 2020
After guiding Leeds to their first season in the top flight of English football in 16 years by winning the Championship title last term, things have got off to a bit of a bumpy start for Bielsa’s side thus far, as, despite managing impressive draws against Manchester City and Arsenal, as well as defeating the likes of Fulham, Sheffield United, Aston Villa and Everton, Leeds have also lost to teams such as Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leicester City and Crystal Palace – leaving the Whites in 14th place in the league table.
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However, it would appear that Bielsa still has a great many Leeds fans on side at present, as many more took to Twitter to praise the 65-year-old for the revealing of his starting XI to face West Ham on Friday.
— Paul N (@PaulWN1) December 9, 2020
Only one Bielsa ? https://t.co/SqETRKilzI
— SA (@Aravind_SA) December 9, 2020
— Leeds Everywhere ? (@LeedsEverywhere) December 9, 2020
That is unbelievable! Mental
— Craig (@Roobers74) December 9, 2020
All in all, it would appear the footage of Marcelo Bielsa has delighted the vast majority of these Leeds United fans, with some simply stating their love for their manager, while others claimed the 65-year-old is a breath fresh of air within the Premier League.