Police had to remove the Leeds employee, Derby said, but Bielsa insisted "spying" was not illegal.
Considering all the talk of "spying" that took place before the game, it's understandable why the sight of Leeds' Mateusz Klich appearing to mark the win with a binoculars celebration caused such a reaction from those watching Sky Sports' coverage.
"I am responsible for it because I didn't ask Leeds United for permission to do it". "It doesn't matter if this is legal or illegal, right or wrong. for me it's enough that Frank Lampard and Derby County were unhappy, to show that I didn't behave well".
Nicholas told The Debate: "Are you telling me Frank Lampard, when he was at Chelsea, with team-mates and opposition isn't finding out who's in and out with them?" I have a different point of view, but the important thing is what he and Derby think.
Bielsa spoke to Lampard over the phone to accept full responsibility for the incident but the former England midfielder was still unhappy with the pre-match distraction after goals from Kemar Roofe and Jack Harrison secured Leeds a welcome win. "For some people, it's the wrong thing to do and for other people, it's not the wrong thing to do".
Lampard was irritated by what he called a disruption but acknowledged Bielsa's contrition.
But Nicholas said: "I take it that it's not sportsmanlike but any angle you can take in the modern day game". Now Leeds can beat you 4-1, they're a fantastic team, but we had someone in the bushes that day.
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"Of course I don't think it's right and I'm not sure anyone who's played sport at any level would think it's right".
"It's disrupted our build-up to this game".
Earlier a Derbyshire Police statement had confirmed a man was removed from a position near the club's training ground. Then, after the final whistle, the Leeds manager refused the opportunity to say that he would not do the same thing again.
"I'm more inclined to think that they will lean towards that first".
He said: "I don't agree with it personally, I really don't agree with it".
"Yesterday I talked to Frank Lampard and he told me I didn't respect the fair play rules", the Argentine told Sky Sports. It's up to the league to see how they deal with it.