EFL fines Leeds after Bielsa admits to spying on training

LEEDS, England (AP) — The English Soccer League has fined Leeds 200,000 kilos ($259,000) for spying on belief to be one of Derby’s coaching sessions.

The competition organizer says Leeds moreover “bought a proper reprimand and warning to the invent that the club’s conduct fell critically speedy of the criteria anticipated by the EFL and must now no longer be repeated.”

Supervisor Marcelo Bielsa accepted responsibility for having a club employee peep on Derby’s put together ahead of their league match closing month.

Bielsa later admitted to having watched on the least belief to be one of every of his opponents’ coaching sessions in a detailed, hour-lengthy info convention on Jan. 16.

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