FLASHBACK: Which former player would Bielsa improve?
It's hypothetical question time once again on the Bremner Square podcast.
This week, Jonny asks: which former player would you bring back under Marcelo Bielsa?
The lads racked their brains to see who they would love to have seen player under the current boss.
Which players would the Argentine be able to improve?
Max said he would "definitely want a centre half" because of the injury problems they've faced this season.
New signings Robin Koch and Diego Llorente have been blighted by niggles in 2020-21 leaving Bielsa short at the heart of his back four.
Max went for Leeds legend Norman Hunter as his choice.
Hunter played 540 times for the club between 1962 and 1976.
That included playing 50 or more games for nine seasons in a row.
Lewis Cook and Charlie Taylor, who play for Bournemouth and Burnley respectively, were also mentioned.
However, Kieran decided on Luciano Becchio.
A native of Bielsa's Argentina, Becchio became a cult hero at Elland Road.
The forward netted 75 goals in 190 appearances for the club.
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