Leeds United have missed out on promotion to the Premier League.
The Whites were 1-0 up from the first leg of their semi-final clash, but were beaten 4-2 at Elland Road on Wednesday night in a remarkable game.
Leeds had been favourites to progress even before the 1-0 first leg win, and even went 2-0 up on aggregate, but ultimately fell apart either side of half time of the second leg.
Leeds won't be back in the Premier League next season, and there are now fears that boss Marcelo Bielsa won't be back at Elland Road for a second campaign.
The Argentinian made a shock move to Leeds last season for a big push at promotion, but it's now unclear whether he'll commit to having another go next term.
The Daily Mail now report that Bielsa gave an emotional speech to his players after the game, and many Leeds players now think he may be on his way as a result.
It's claimed that Bielsa thanked everyone for their efforts and stated that he got everything out of everybody, with some feeling the message was that he'd taken them as far as he could.
Leeds can activate a 12-month extension on his contract, but whether Bielsa actually wants to stay is another matter – and all at Leeds, as well as many neutrals, will be hoping to see Bielsa sign up for another Championship campaign.
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