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Bielsa has damaged his and Leeds’ reputation with ‘disgusting’ actions – Andrews

Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa has come in for heavy criticism after admitting he was the mastermind behind the spy row that has overshadowed his side’s fixture against Derby. Ahead of their Sky Bet Championship clash on Friday night, the Rams claimed that a man who was escorted from the perimeter of their training ground on Thursday after “acting suspiciously” was, in fact, a Leeds employee. Bielsa, who has guided Leeds to the top of the Championship, has taken responsibility for the act, leading former Republic of Ireland midfielder Keith Andrews to claim the Argentinian has damaged his reputation. In his role as a pundit for Sky Sports, Andrews said: “It’s madness, initially there was a comical value to it, someone skulking around the training ground – but it’s disgusting really. “It’s...

Former midfielder Andrews thinks O’Neill’s management style needed update

Former Republic of Ireland international Keith Andrews believes Martin O’Neill’s style of management has become outdated. O’Neill, assistant Roy Keane and their staff parted company with the Football Association of Ireland on Wednesday after its chief executive John Delaney had held talks with O’Neill in London on Tuesday evening. The split had looked increasingly inevitable after a poor Nations League campaign, which drew to a close with Monday night’s 0-0 draw with Denmark in Aarhus, where Ireland failed to muster a single shot on target. BREAKING: The Board of the Football Association of Ireland have mutually agreed with Martin O’Neill to part company. Full Story: https://t.co/zumDg6wvre #COYBIG pic.twitter.com/pxwLLN5e8c — FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) November 21, 2018 “The first three-...

Result: Dogged Swansea City hold on for point at St Andrew’s

Birmingham City miss a number of chances as they play out a 0-0 draw against Swansea City, leaving them winless after three Championship matches. By Daniel Lewis, Football League CorrespondentFiled: Friday, August 17, 2018 at 21:39 UK Last Updated: Friday, August 17, 2018 at 21:56 UK Birmingham City missed a flurry of first-half chances as they were held to a goalless draw by Swansea City in this evening’s Championship clash at St Andrew’s. The home side dominated the opening 45 minutes and could have been out of sight by the interval, but a mixture of poor finishing and good goalkeeping from Erwin Mulder ensured that the spoils were shared. Birmingham are still without a win in four matches this season, taking just two points from a possible nine in the league, while Garry Mon...

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