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"To get a PowerPoint presentation put together about stuff that is pretty basic in football to be honest, and the amazement that it's been met with, is quite amusing to people in football".

"I think it's gone on for years that kind of stuff but you really shouldn't get caught". Because we feel guilty if we don't work enough, and we feel it gets us closer to a win even if it's not true.

"Danny Graham came right through the middle against someone who was a mismatch physically and headed the ball in the net", explained Mowbray. He said to me you know more about Barcelona that me!

The English Football League has launched an investigation into the incident, for which Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa has accepted responsibility.

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He continued: "The league after a complaint made by Derby County chose to open an investigation over my behaviour so they will evaluate if I behaved bad".

"When you go to watch a training session of the opponent, you get this information the day before a game or you confirm the information you already have". We can discuss about it, but it's not a violation of the law. If they say they've done it, then they've done it.

"Every single team will have watched the opposition, every single team will have dossiers drawn up on players, fixtures, team line-ups".

"It does show you what their thinking is". He gets caught nearly immediately, but instead of stonewalling the NFL's investigation into the matter, he admits to his misdeeds and then gives reporters a PowerPoint demonstration showing exactly what he learned from the ill-gotten footage.

The Leeds United Supporters' Trust has hit out at the media over the way the Spygate scandal has been covered.

"There's a right and wrong to it, having someone to go down secretly, however he's done it - apparently he had a pair of pliers as well, I don't know".

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert agreed with Mowbray's assessment that "spying" was "not right", while Hull City boss Nigel Adkins reflected that "you can't keep secrets in football anymore".

"That's been breached which I don't think should be the case". "People diving about all over the place, getting people booked and people crowding around referees - it does my coconut in".

"Every manager in every league in Europe, I think, does it in that way". I just think it's freaky.

"It does amaze me that everyone's saying it's a masterclass", he said.

"I've never wanted to watch the opposition, I'd prefer to concentrate on my own team".

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