Derby County: Leeds United contacted over training ground 'spy'

Pride Park, home of Derby County

< img src =""srcset=" 240w, 320w, 480w, 624w, 800w"sizes= "( min-width: 900px) 50vw, (min-width: 600px) 70vw, 100vw"alt=" Pride Park, house of Derby Area"course > Derby Area have claimed the individual cops spoke to acting suspiciously outside their training school on Thursday was a staff member of Leeds United’s

football staff.The sixth-placed Rams visit the Champion leaders on Friday.They claimed in a declaration they were “in conversation with Leeds club officials in regard to this occurrence”.

The BBC has actually asked Leeds United for a reaction, while Derbyshire Police claimed no arrests have actually been made.In a statement, they claimed officers were contacted us to Derby’s training ground on Thursday early morning as well as a man was talked to at the border fence.The statement added:” Officers conducted routine checks which were all above board. Regardless of media reports, no damages to the fence was found, as well as the man was quit outside the grounds.”No arrests were made and also the man was sent out on his means.”The English Football Organization have actually told the BBC that it is a matter for both clubs to solve.”It is, obviously, up to Derby Area regarding exactly how they proceed this issue yet since yet we have actually obtained no problem or call from the club,”an EFL spokesman said. BBC Sporting Activity-Football