Marcelo Bielsa has revealed that the injury picked up by Ryan Edmondson was done in a Leeds United training session where the head-coach admitted to pushing him too hard.  

Leeds have struggled in-front of goal recently, with Patrick Bamford’s 12 goals not making great reading when you compare it to how Bielsa’s side dominate games week-on-week.

Jean-Kevin Augustin is yet to have a chance, whilst Eddie Nketiah has returned to Arsenal following a loan spell. Yet, Edmondson hasn’t featured for the first-team this season, with Bielsa reluctant to use him.

The striker, who struck double figures for Leeds’ title-winning under-23 side last season, is now out of action for two months, with Bielsa admitting the knee injury he was carrying became a real problem in a training session where he was pushing him too hard – as per Phil Hay of The Athletic.

And, following this update from the Argentine, a lot of Leeds fans have vented frustration at his handling of the 18-year-old, calling it convenient that he’s now injured when he was on the cusp of the first-team and Bielsa was considering using him.

Here, we look at some of that reaction…