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Marcelo Bielsa insists Leeds won't abandon their attacking principles, despite successive 4-1 Premier League defeats by Crystal Palace and Leicester City earlier this month Marcelo Bielsa's men find themselves 15th after two heavy defeats in November Leeds now have the second-worst defence in the league with 17 goals conceded Only West Bromwich Albion have a leakier rearguard in the top flight this season 

By Joe Bernstein for The Mail on Sunday

Published: 01:25 GMT, 22 November 2020 | Updated: 01:26 GMT, 22 November 2020


Marcelo Bielsa is adamant he won't alter his attacking principles despite Leeds United's reality check in the Premier League.

Their exciting start has stalled with successive 4-1 defeats and they are in the bottom half as they face Arsenal on Sunday.

Bielsa could be forgiven for trying something more pragmatic but he said: 'I take risks so the game can be beautiful. The second option would mean I

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