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16/05/2019 - 13:46 BST

Once Again A Marcelo Bielsa Team Fizzles Out – Former France Coach


Former France coach Raymond Domenech has taken aim at Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa, saying that yet again a team led by him have fizzled out at the end of a season. 

Despite having a 1-0 advantage from the first leg of their Championship semi-final playoff tie, Bielsa's Leeds failed to overcome Frank Lampard's Derby, succumbing to a 4-3 aggregate defeat. 

Thanks to his spell with Marseille between 2014 and 2015, Bielsa is still a popular figure in parts of France. 

After being appointed in May 2014, Bielsa helped Marseille to 
the honorary title of "autumn champions" by beating Lille in December. Over the next months, however, their title challenge fizzled out, and they settled for a fourth place finish in Ligue 1. 

After Wednesday night's upset against Derby, Domenech took to Twitter to criticise the Argentine, claiming it had been a "bad season" for Bielsa's Leeds. 

He tweeted: "A little thought this morning for fans of Bielsa, who once again ended the season fizzling out.

"Beaten by Derby in the shootout while leading 2-0.


"Bad season." 

Before Wednesday night's win, Derby boss Frank Lampard had failed to beat Leeds in his previous three attempts; the Whites finished nine points ahead of the Rams in the Championship.