Former Aston Villa Chief Executive Keith Wyness has suggested on Twitter that Leeds United should be given a three-point deduction for the ‘spygate’ incident.
Unless leeds face 3 point sanction every training session will now have to be held in total privacy, impossible?— keith wyness (@retsub12) January 11, 2019
section 2/3.4— keith wyness (@retsub12) January 12, 2019
Not a smart move sending someone to peer over a training ground fence. However, if you don’t mind I’ll not be morally outraged by this in the current climate.— Craig Burley (@CBurleyESPN) January 11, 2019
Leeds, though, were the better team on Friday evening and deservedly picked up all three points from the Championship game against Derby courtesy of a 2-0 win.
The victory saw Bielsa’s side stop a run of three games in all competitions without a win, and the Whites could now go on and put together a run of positive results.
Leeds will return to action next weekend when they take on Stoke City away from home in the Championship.