Leeds manager Bielsa pay megaboete for ‘Spygate’ out of your own pocket
03 may 2019 21:38
Last update: 28 minutes ago
Update: 28 minutes ago
Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa has surprisingly, the megaboete for spying on opponents during training out of your own pocket paid. The Spaniard made a £ 200,000 (almost 230,000 euros) to the English Football League.
“It was a fine for the club, not for me. But I was responsible for this. Therefore, I have the fine paid,” said Bielsa Friday at a press conference.
“I do everything to get information on the opponent to collect. I feel guilty when I’m not working hard enough, work. I think it’s not illegal what I’ve done, but it does not fit with the culture in England and that I hear to respect.”