Marcelo Bielsa’s effect is so irresistible that it seems to have infected Leeds United’s youth teams too.
The Argentine has won over the Elland Road faithful with the attacking and possession based philosophy he’s instilled at the club since taking charge at the start of the season.
Most of their matches have seen the Whites dominate possession for long periods and pry open opposition defences with some slick passing moves.
And this is exactly what happened during a Leeds U16 match recently, when the youngsters scored a stunning goal while playing out of the back.
The move was started by the goalkeeper, with the players assuredly passing the ball to each other for a full minute before finding the opening and surging forward.
Check out the brilliant team move below:
Great to see our DNA filtering down through the age groups…
— Michael Morton (@morton1984) November 16, 2018