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Leeds director of soccer Victor Orta mocks Derby ‘Spygate’ with binoculars celebration after win at Satisfaction Park


Leeds director of soccer Victor Orta mocked Derby following his facet’s 3-1 win at Satisfaction Park on Sunday.

The newly-crowned Championship champions have had a rivalry with the Rams for the previous 12 months.

Orta obtained his binoculars out to mock Derby
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Leeds had been fined £200,000 by the EFL for spying on a Rams coaching session forward of a league match final season.

And Derby obtained their revenge once they knocked Leeds out of the Championship play-off semi-finals, however fell quick towards Aston Villa at Wembley.

The ‘Spygate’ situation has added an additional edge to conferences between the golf equipment, with each side enjoying out a 1-1 draw earlier this season.

With Leeds ending their 16-year exile from the Premier League because of West Brom’s 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield on Friday, they continued their celebrations by beating Derby.

Orta (proper) is often an animated determine within the stands
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Chris Martin opened the scoring for the Rams within the 54th minute, earlier than strikes from Pablo Hernandez and Jamie Shackleton turned the sport on its finish as Matthew Clarke netted a late personal aim.

Orta, who joined Leeds from Middlesbrough in 2017, was seen celebrating with binoculars within the stands at full-time in a transparent reference to ‘Spygate’.

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa refused to touch upon his future together with his one-year rolling contract expiring on the finish of the season.

“I don’t wish to put the give attention to me as a result of all I mentioned earlier than,” he mentioned.

“Clearly, I believe this. I believe every little thing linked with me, proper now, it’s not the second to speak about this.

“It’s a second to say because of our gamers. To present this achievement to our supporters. Say because of the membership and the authority for all they permit us to do.”






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