1. Marcelo Bielsa played as a defender in Newell's Old Boys' First Division team, but retired when he was 25 to focus on coaching.
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2. Marcelo Bielsa developed his career as coach of Newell's Old Boys where he won several titles in the early 1990s, before moving to Mexico in 1992, briefly coaching Club Atlas and Club America.
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8. On 15 June 2018, Marcelo Bielsa became Championship club Leeds United's new head coach to replace Paul Heckingbottom, signing a two-year contract with the option of a third year.
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11. On 27 February 2022, Leeds and Marcelo Bielsa parted ways after a streak of four consecutive losses across which Leeds conceded 17 goals, leaving them 16th in the table, two points above Burnley who had two games in hand.
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13. Marcelo Bielsa is credited with the rise of the Leeds United and England international player Kalvin Phillips, with former Leeds United Manager Howard Wilkinson stating "Marcelo Bielsa can take huge credit for the player that Phillips has developed into".
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