Some Leeds United fans are fearing another fallout between Pablo Hernandez and Marcelo Bielsa after the attacker’s latest message on Instagram. 

Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Graham Smyth posted the message that appeared on Hernandez’ Instagram story after the Arsenal game.

In that game, Hernandez didn’t get off the bench despite Bielsa making three changes with Leeds 4-0 down.

Rodrigo was out injured and Tyler Roberts came on in the second half.

Smyth did a rough translation of the message and said, “Very similar words to the ones Marcelo Bielsa used in that famous dressing room speech at Marseille.”

He was corrected by a Spanish-speaking journalist who said they were the same words Bielsa had used.

His message translates as: “Even if it’s impossible for you, don’t ever complain about anything. Swallow the poison of hatred and accept injustices, rest assured that everything is balanced in the end.”

Hernandez hasn’t had a good season, making just two starts. He hasn’t started since the beginning of November and has only played 12 minutes in the last five games.

Given the impact he made last season it seems odd that he’s fallen below Tyler Roberts in the pecking order.

He was linked with a move to the Spanish club he co-owns, Castellon, in January, but that was blocked.

However, it really does seem like his time is running out now, and after a fallout over being substituted against Leicester, we’re not sure the relationship can survive another one.

That’s what a lot of Leeds fans think as well.

Here are the best reactions from Leeds fans to the Smyth post…

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