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Since taking over in June last year, Marcelo Bielsa's revolution of Leeds United has been nothing short of incredible, however controversial his reign might have been of late.
The unmistakably charismatic figure of Bielsa, who is renowned for his attention to detail, has been known to attend almost every under-23 game this season, studying the club's youth products intensively.
In their most recent fixture against Bolton Wanderers, he was once again in attendance.
And because it's half-term week, plenty of people picked up on the fact Bielsa was present and a huge queue formed to take a picture with the 63-year-old.
:camera_with_flash: ' Victor and Marcelo watch on as the U23s lead 1-0. Catch the last 20 minutes of today's game exclusively on the #LUFC app now pic.twitter.com/B3pEgTYMKw
- Leeds United (@LUFC) January 14, 2019
Bielsa at the Under 23's tonight. This sums him up perfectly. Doesn't know when to stop. Complete dedication to know every aspect of the club completely. :heart_eyes: #lufc #leedsunited pic.twitter.com/2RvIg8Vg2S
- Tim Hoolahan :blue_heart::yellow_heart: (@TimHoolahan) August 13, 2018
His response to the situation is something we really admire about the former Chile and Argentina manager.
"I do it because in football the most important element are the people who love the shirt, the club. They're not asking for an autograph or photo of me. They're asking for a picture with the head coach of Leeds."
Marcelo Bielsa isn't the most conventional of managers and he's well known for some of his 'odder' antics, but this is pure class.
Bielsa on being swamped for photographs at the U23s game on Monday: "I do it because in football the most important element are the people who love the shirt, the club. They're not asking for an autograph or photo of me. They're asking for a picture with the head coach of Leeds."
- Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) February 21, 2019
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