Date: 8th June 2021 at 8:20pm
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United fans on Twitter have been responding to the image to emerge of Whites manager Marcelo Bielsa.

This comes after Leeds fan @JPHElectrical shared a post on their Twitter page that contained an image appearing to show Bielsa in attendance at a recent U11s training session.

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This post then grabbed the attention of a lot of Leeds supporters who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on the matter.

So, what did these Leeds fans have to say in response to this recent image of Bielsa?

“Class as always”

@mightywhites1

“Brilliant”

@leethomas101

“Absolute Legend”

@LUFCAtif

“Imagine if he kept on coaching them, by the time they are 18, they will be all Messi quality. What a !”

@pickers8

“Amazing. He’s the ultimate human we all need to aspire to be like”

@gilomac

“Unreal mate”

@JasonAppleyard

“This is incredible.”

@Andre_Gwill

“He’s just an incredible human being isn’t he. He’s here for the long term that’s for sure. Feel blessed to have him at our club.”

@Tonylufc28

During his time at Leeds, the Argentine has taken charge of 140 matches in which they have won 74, drawn 22 and lost 44 (per Transfermarkt).

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Looking at the replies to this post, it’s clear to see that these Leeds fans were overjoyed to see Bielsa at the recent U11 training session talking to the youngsters.

In our view, the fact that the 65-year-old seems to have taken the time out to visit this session shows not just how much he loves football at all levels but also highlights just how connected he is with the club and the local area, which is great to see.

With Bielsa’s current contract at Leeds set to expire by the end of the month, it seems likely that these Leeds fans and many others would love to see him sign a new deal and stick around for a bit longer.

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