By Mark Smith

23rd May, 2021 | 3:25pm

Adam Pope shares video of Leeds fans celebrating Marcelo Bielsa at Elland Road

Leeds United fans finally returned to Elland Road on Sunday afternoon as they entertain West Brom on the final day.

The Whites have enjoyed a spectacular return to the Premier League after 16 years away, but it has been behind-closed doors.

Marcelo Bielsa has masterminded a top-half finish too, and this should be a brilliant day out for those lucky 8000 fans.

How did those fans react to El Loco and his squad?

Bielsa came out for his pre-match interview for the first time in front of the Elland Road faithful, and they made themselves heard for the messiah.

BBC Journalist Adam Pope has shared a clip on his personal Twitter account ahead of kick-off, and the stands were packed with fans chanting the boss’ name.

Irreplaceable.

For what Bielsa has done for this club and place, we are sure no one would mind him being given the key to the entire city.

He will have felt the love massively ahead of kick-off, regardless of how humble he is, it would have made him smile deep down inside.

It will be amazing to have all those fans back in the stands, and if this is the noise before the game, imagine what it will be like if we repeat the reverse fixture.

We all remember that 5-0 win at The Hawthorns earlier in the season, and Elland Road would go into pandemonium if that was to happen again.

Make this noise for Pablo Hernandez and Gaetano Berardi too, we will never see them again for the Whites after today.

In other Leeds United news, this is how the Whites starting for their final day clash with the Baggies with two legends included