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Leeds United: Fans fume over Marcelo Bielsa’s starting line-up vs Tottenham

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Many Leeds fans have taken to Twitter to discuss Marcelo Bielsa’s starting line-up against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

Seeking a victory that could see them rise to 13th in the league, Marcelo Bielsa’s side drew 1-1 against Leicester City at Elland Road in their last legue outing, but will now be looking to claim an invaluable three points against the Lilywhites this afternoon as they seek to really kickstart their campaign.

However, Bielsa has now been forced to leave out Raphinha and Rodrigo from his matchday squad in the vital clash against Conte’s Spurs side this afternoon.

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And, after hearing about Bielsa’s starting line-up, many Leeds fans took to Twitter to discuss the news.

What did Leeds fans have to say about it?

“Relegate us right now”

@LUFC_Llorente

“Looooool everything against us this season”

@ronaallleeds

“The very definition of makeshift”

@TomCooke_

“Oh dear. I’ve been looking forward to this all week”

@hank_lufc

“Take a point now. I wonder if Bielsa will ever have a fully fit team to pick from. Our injuries are a joke”

@jonathanpric3

“I hope I’m wrong, but this could be BRUTAL without Rodrigo, Raphinha, Bamford, Firpo, Ayling, Koch & Shackleton”

@jakewinderman

Leeds recorded a 3-1 win over Spurs when the two teams last locked horns back in May, but the Whites have lost on each of their last four Premier League trips to Tottenham and have not beaten the capital giants away from home in England’s top flight since February 2001.
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