Lamrani is one of Marcelo Bielsa's key staff members at Leeds United.
Marcelo Bielsa's trusted interpreter has tweeted a recently-departed Leeds United player who impressed for his country on Monday.
The Frenchman then added the words: "Bailey « The Wall » Peacock-Farrell" and two 'Fire' emojis.
But the message wasn't exactly well-received by those of a Leeds persuasion, several of whose responses ask questions about Lamrani's judgement.
This is what they're saying...
You have a good sense of humour— Neilcelo Allielsa (@NEANAL88) September 10, 2019
Good one— Josh Brown (@_JBr0wn_) September 10, 2019
Always thought you was the funny sort— Claudio (@claudiolufc) September 10, 2019
It's the only game time he's getting at the moment. His decision.— Chris Winston (@ChrisWinston6) September 10, 2019
Kiko showed him— Chris Young (@_CY17) September 10, 2019
We found a wall with more leaks than Trump’s— Michael Kelly (@Mike_Kelly7) September 10, 2019
anyone can have a decent highlight reel when you show each 'highlight' from 7 different angles— Alex Pindar (@alexpindar) September 10, 2019
Think he needs investigating for match fixing while he was at Leeds— bri0142 (@bri0142) September 10, 2019
Peacock-Farrell played 41 times for Leeds after joining the Whites' academy from Middlesbrough.
But he often struggled to convince both fans and management alike, with Kiko Casilla signed to take his place in January.
And with Casilla remaining first-choice at the start of the new campaign, Peacock-Farrell swapped Leeds' bench for that of Premier League Burnley, with Illan Meslier arriving on loan from Lorient instead.
Leeds fans - was selling Peacock-Farrell the correct call?
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