The Spy-Gate Saga Continues: FA Launch Investigations

If you haven’t heard already, there are investigations as to whether a spy caught at Derby County’s home ground sent by Marcelo Bielsa will incur any disciplinary action.

The FA and EFL are in talks on the matter, but it still remains to be seen if any rules were actually broken.

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No law was broken, the spy as such did not step inside Derby‚Äôs perimeter fence he was in a public space therefore nothing should or in my opinion can be done. Secondly most clubs have done this we already know lampard benefited from exactly the same thing whilst playing for Chelsea under at least two managers, his denial of not knowing is laughable. Most clubs do exactly the same, and what knowledge can really be obtained? Very little. Leeds will be made a scape goat we always are but as no actual rules have been broken the FA and EFL… Read more »

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Completely agree David, there are no rules and laws that have been broken, this is indeed most likely an attack towards Leeds’ as a Football Club, so more personal than tactical. Spying on other clubs has been done for years through journalists and other means to gain intel on their opposition, however there are no grounds or rules that currently invoke any kind of disciplinary action. Let’s hope we’re right!