Leeds have lost four of their last five games and have been leaking goals left, right and centre with their backline coming under immense scrutiny for their failings.


The Whites have conceded 56 goals this season, which is the worst defensive record in the Premier League amongst the 20 teams, and Bielsa is being urged to relook at his defensive set-up and tactics.



Bielsa is not surprised that his set-up and defensive shape of his side are being questioned given the number of goals his team have conceded in the ongoing campaign.


The Leeds boss stressed that he is working hard to find a solution but insisted that he cannot change tactics in the middle of the season.



The Argentine feels if he stops doing what he actually believes in then things are only going to get worse for Leeds.


The Leeds manager said in a press conference: “When you go through moments like this when the confidence is lost in the leader, which is natural and logical, how can I defend myself when the team has defended the most goals in the Premier League?



“Not all of the errors have happened for that to have happened.


“I daily try to resolve it.


“In the most difficult situation, I reiterate, when you are the conductor in a bad situation nobody trusts in what you are saying.


“What I am sure of is if I stop doing what I believe in, which is what you are asking me, the situation will get even worse.


“If the question is not of changing how we proceed, but that our procedures work.”


Leeds will hope to be more defensively solid when they take on Tottenham at home this weekend.