Leeds United supporters on Twitter have slated Sky Sports pundit Keith Andrews for his comments on the club and the recent 'Spygate' scandal.
The news and subsequent admission to 'Spygate' drew criticism from certain quarters of the media, while others felt that no rules were broken in the incident.
Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Andrews told Sky Sports after Bielsa's interview that the whole spying incident was 'disgusting' and 'immoral'.
The Elland Road faithful on Twitter didn't take too kindly to his comments as they issued a number of responses to his strongly-worded criticism.
One Leeds supporter on social media felt that Andrews, a former West Brom midfielder, was 'embarrassing himself' with his comments.
When airing his views on 'Spygate', Andrews stated that Bielsa 'should be punished' for the incident as one fan pointed out that you cannot be punished for something where you haven't actually broken the laws.
Would imagine when world football hears the name Bielsa they show respect but when they hear the name Keith Andrews they say WHO??!! #LUFC— Chris Bramley (@squasher7) January 12, 2019
Bielsa getting backed by McManaman, Carragher, Owen, Le Tissier, Neville, Gazza and Nicholas.. Getting slated by Colleymore, Sinclair, Bent, Jenas and Andrews... Seems to be getting backed by players who made it on the world level and slated by the also rans #lufc— Matt (@MWJS82) January 12, 2019
Is Keith Andrews a Derby fan or was he once spied upon? #lufc— Talking Shutt LUFC podcast (@TalkingShutt) January 11, 2019
The Whites went on to win the Championship showdown 2-0 in Yorkshire, with Kemar Roofe and Jack Harrison finding the back of the net on either side of the half.
As a result, Bielsa's side are now four points clear of third-placed Norwich City in the table and a further 13 points ahead of seventh-placed Bristol City.