Championship club Leeds United have been fined £200,000 and reprimanded over a 'spying' controversy earlier this month, the English Football League (EFL) said on Monday.
Leeds Argentine manager Marcelo Bielsa admitted last month that his staff had watched all the club's opponents in training this season after a spy was removed from Derby County's training ground the day before their second-tier clash.
Following Derby's 2-0 defeat at Elland Road, the EFL launched a formal investigation into...
Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa said on Wednesday his staff had been watching all the club's opponents in training this season, after the English Football League (EFL) launched a formal investigation into the "spygate" controversy.
"In a few words I can tell you we observed all the rivals we played against and we watched all the training sessions of the opponents before we played against them," Bielsa told reporters.