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Frank Lampard forced to halt Derby training due to man spying ahead of crucial Leeds trip

Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa admitted that an employee of the club was caught spying at Derby County's training ground and has apologised to Derby boss Frank Lampard for the incident. "It is, of course, up to Derby County as to how they progress this matter but as of yet we have received no complaint or contact from the Club".

Derbyshire Police said the man was found "at the perimeter fence of Moor Farm and was spoken to".

"It's true there was someone from Leeds United", said Biesla when asked about the incident.

"Yesterday I talked for Frank Lampard and he told me that, for him, I didn't respect the fair play rules". I have a different point of view, but the important thing is what he and Derby think.

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'If somebody wants to say that's not relevant and that won't affect the game, then I think that if tactics aren't relevant and how you prepare than that means Pep Guardiola, Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp, all the great managers, then they are just lucky.

The day before the two teams' Championship encounter at Elland Road on Friday, police were called to Derby's training centre after growing concerned with the behaviour of a man outside the premises. I've been using this kind of practice since the World Cup qualifiers with Argentina.

'We had somebody [spy on us] the first game we played against them, which we lost 4-1. The man was asked to leave but it wasn't followed up like it was this time'.

"On a sportsman's level, it's bad".

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"Talking about "I did it somewhere else, it's fine" - that doesn't work for me". It has disrupted our build-up for this game. People will stand here and say I'm trying to make excuses before the game, I will speak like this after the game as well, win, lose or draw because of what's happened'.

Earlier a Derbyshire Police statement had confirmed a man was removed from a position near the club's training ground.

'I don't think we need to because he's admitted it. We were training on team tactics, team shape, personnel, how we are going to press, how we will work off the ball, the fact Harry Wilson wasn't training would become evident, so the person who is watching will see all of that. The pliers were reportedly used to access the training ground.

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