Lamrani is Marcelo Bielsa's right-hand man at Elland Road and is loved by the Whites fanbase.
Lamrani is the right-hand man of Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa, described by Leeds Live as the Argentine's translator, academic and once deemed "the most overqualified man in Ligue 1" by Le Monde when the two were at Lille.
Leeds Live adds that Lamrani is a prolific author with a number of published books to his name, and has spoken at conferences in Cuba, England, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Bolivia, and the United States alongside the likes of Noam Chomsky, Ken Livingstone and Howard Zinn.
Over the course of last season he gave a number of the Whites players notable nicknames, such as Jamie "The Tornado" Shackleton, Mateusz "The Lightning" Klich and Liam "The Example" Cooper (Leeds Live) and this term he has been taking to social media to delve deeper into the players' personalities.
A few days ago Lamrani chronicled Stuart "The Generous" Dallas and now he has gone into detail regarding Gaetano "The Lion" Berardi:
MEMORIES FROM LEEDS UNITED— Salim Lamrani (@SalimLamraniOff) July 19, 2019
GAETANO "THE LION" BERARDI
Many Elland Road faithful loved what Lamrani posted and let him know on social media how much they enjoyed his anecdotes, hoping there could be a book in the pipeline:
Salim I love these. Please keep them coming. It’s amazing to hear about our players as people, not just objects on a field. Such a nice touch.— Kayray (@KatieLUFC) July 19, 2019
Sending much love and well wishes
Please turn these into a book— Andrew Haigh ⚡️ (@AndrewHaigh) July 19, 2019
A gentleman off the pitch, a Leeds Warrior on it! Salim, can we have a Leeds experiences biography from you?— Leeds Everywhere (@LeedsEverywhere) July 19, 2019
Hi Salim, hope you're well. Have you got one of these stories about the peoples favourite, Pawel Cibicki?— (@james_clapham) July 19, 2019
What a loss to the club you will be Salim, this brought tears to my eyes whilst sitting in Waitrose having my breakfast, what a wonderful piece on the man Geatano— Richard Lang (@richardlang05) July 19, 2019
Would love to see these memories put into a book about your time at Leeds... Hope to see you back here one day! #alaw— Chelle (@ChelleLUFC) July 19, 2019
Footballers get a bad rep, but you're Painting these guys out to be very humble indeed. We all hope you'll stay with Leeds for many years to come!— Stu Dalgleish (@StuDalgleish) July 19, 2019
Wonderful and erudite. Thank you Salim.— Pat2976 (@Pat29761) July 19, 2019
Great words. I adore the man. Never been looking enough to meet him but his passion in my colours is what makes him one of my heroes.— jonnydalby (@jonnydalby1) July 19, 2019
Other nicknames included "El Profesor" for Bielsa, "The Brave" for Gianni Alioski and "The Brain" for Pablo Hernandez (Leeds Live).
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