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I am not Pep Guardiola mentor – Marcelo Bielsa

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I am not Pep Guardiola mentor - Marcelo Bielsa

I am not Pep Guardiola mentor – Marcelo Bielsa. I don’t feel like a guide to him’ – Marcelo Bielsa demands Pep Guardiola’s team ‘play like no other.

Leeds has Manchester City on Saturday at Elland Road.

Marcelo Bielsa demanded he was not Pep Guardiola’s coach before the two administrators clash on Saturday without precedent for the Premier League.

Leeds face Manchester City at Elland Road in a game being charged as ‘ace versus student’, yet Bielsa is resolute his old buddy Guardiola has consistently been his own man.

“I don’t feel like a coach to Guardiola. It’s not exactly how I feel, it has been proven to not being the situation,” Bielsa said.

“In the event that there’s an administrator who is autonomous in his own thoughts, that is Guardiola. It’s not on the grounds that I state it will be, this is on the grounds that his groups play like no other group.”

Guardiola has consistently portrayed Bielsa as the best mentor on the planet after their companionship was established in 2006 when the Spaniard ventured out to meet the previous Argentina mentor on his farm close to Rosario.

They challenged in LaLiga during the 2011-12 season when Bielsa was accountable for Athletic Bilbao and Guardiola in his last mission as lead trainer at Barcelona.

Bielsa’s Bilbao drew the home game with Barca 2-2 and lost 2-0 at the Nou Camp.

“The recollections I have (of Guardiola’s Barcelona) are they figured out how to kill our endeavor to force ourselves,” Bielsa said.

“Any individual who confronted Barcelona in those four years will offer you a similar response. Many accept that is the best club group ever made.”

Consecutive successes against Fulham and Sheffield United have lifted Leeds to seventh in the table after their first day of the season rout at Liverpool.

City, who succeeded at Wolves on the first day of the season, sit thirteenth and Guardiola censured his players after last Sunday’s stun 5-2 home annihilation to Leicester.

It was the first occasion when one of Guardiola’s groups had yielded five objectives in his administrative profession and questions have been raised of City’s title qualifications.

“I never think that its agreeable to discuss a rival’s shortcomings,” Bielsa said of Saturday’s adversaries.

“The season is extremely short and it’s difficult to make ends with respect to whether they are more vulnerable than previously. To discuss a rival’s shortcoming in broad daylight is never a happy with thing.”

Leeds have wouldn’t remark on reports since Bielsa’s public interview that their offer to sign midfielder Michael Cuisance from Bayern Munich had failed to work out.

When gotten some information about the France Under-20 worldwide, who had been relied upon to finish a move this week, Bielsa stated: “I would want to discuss him when he is formally our player.”

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