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 Posted by Ian Holyman
19 hours ago

Marcelo Bielsa no longer has problem with Marseille's Vincent Labrune

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to PSG's draw against Rennes.

Marseille coach Marcelo Bielsa said his row with his bosses was over after holding talks with president Vincent Labrune.

French media had reported that the duo were scheduled to meet on Monday to discuss comments Bielsa had made to the press in which he claimed he had been lied to when he took over in the summer and criticised the club's new recruits, saying he had not sanctioned any of the arrivals.

However, following his team's 3-1 win at Evian on Sunday evening, which moved them into second place...

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Andre-Pierre Gignac's first-minute goal sent Marseille on their way to a 3-1 win over Evian as Marcelo Bielsa's side registered their third consecutive Ligue 1 victory of the new campaign.

Gignac got Marseille off to a perfect start at the Parc des Sports by opening the scoring before the Evian players had a touch of the ball - 20 seconds in to be precise - Giannelli Imbula then notched a second a minute before half-time and Florian Thauvin struck a third shortly after the hour mark.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
2 days ago

Bielsa blasts Marseille president

Marseille coach Marcelo Bielsa stands by his criticism of club president Vincent Labrune for not consulting him during the transfer window.

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 Posted by Ian Holyman
5 days ago

Lucho Gonzalez: Marcelo Bielsa telling truth over Marseille transfer 'promises'

The Marseille coach asserts that the club failed to bring in any of his 12 summer transfer targets.

Lucho Gonzalez has told RMC his former boss, Marcelo Bielsa, was telling the truth when he publicly lashed out at the Marseille hierarchy for their disappointing summer transfer window.

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Bielsa, 59, last week claimed he had been lied to by his bosses when he agreed to join L'OM this summer, and that none of the squad's summer recruits had been signed upon his say-so while his own list of targets...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
6 days ago

How long can Marcelo Bielsa's European return at Marseille last?

New Marseille boss Marcelo Bielsa insists he is not trying to lead 'a revolution' at the Stade Velodrome, despite the controversial exits of Mathieu Valbuena and Souleymane Diawara.

From the first week of May, when Marcelo "El Loco" Bielsa's arrival as the new coach of Olympique de Marseille for 2014-15 was confirmed, the excitement on La Canebiere has been palpable. The match after the appointment was made official -- the 4-2 win over Lyon at the Velodrome (which, as a display of rare élan in a miserable campaign, seemed to channel the spirit of Bielsa) -- saw the fans unfurl a banner reading "El Loco, haznos sonar." (El Loco, make us dream.)

Three months into Bielsa's...