Leeds United News: Marcelo Bielsa likes to continue as the manager despite promotion slump

Leeds United News: Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa has said that he likes to continue as the manager for the next season. (h/t Daily Mail UK)

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The Whites failed to make use their 1-0 aggregate lead against Derby County as Frank Lampard’s side produced a great turnaround, winning the second leg 4-2.

And the victory has put the Rams in the Playoffs final against Aston Villa.

Meanwhile, Bielsa’s men will be playing in the Championship for the upcoming season.

Speaking of his Elland Road future, the Argentine manager said that he would endorse the decision to stay at the club. (h/t Daily Mail UK)

If the club offers me the possibility to carry on I will listen to this proposal.”

The former Chile manager also added that he accepts the liability of the defeat.

And I also feel sad for the pain of the fans because I know it’s a big pain. This is a responsibility that I have to assume. We are very disappointed.

The Whites were the presumed favourites a month ago to achieve promotion to the Premier League. Later, they slumped at the crucial stage of the Championship, allowing their promotion seeking rivals Sheffield United to go above them.

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Now, Norwich City alongside the Blades have already booked their places in Premier league for next season, with the former winning the Championship.

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Leeds’ back-to-back defeats against Wigan Athletic and Brentford last month changed their complexion of the promotion scenario.

The Whites will play Manchester United in a pre-season game at Optus Stadium, Australia

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