The Leeds United head coach’s tactics have been subject to a regular discussion over the last few weeks following a run of inconsistent results.
Bielsa has plenty of admirers for the way he goes about his business, while some object to his expansive style of play, which has made Leeds one of the most entertainiing sides to watch.
RantCasino.com have conducted research to find out which Premier League manager has received the most abuse on Twitter.
They used SEMrush to analyse thousands of tweets, taking into consideration the number of positive words in comparison to negative words tweeted towards them.
Scroll and click through the pages to see where Bielsa ranks, compared to his top-flight colleagues:
1. 20th - Chris Wilder - Sheffield United (11.16%)
Despite their struggles this campaign, Blades fans have stayed loyal to Wilder and not forgotten their journey together from League One. Impressively, 68.6% of tweets about the 53-year-old were positive.
2. 19th - Jurgen Klopp - Liverpool (13.95%)
While Klopp might rub opposition fans up the wrong way at times, the German will go down in Liverpool history after bringing the Champions League and top-flight title back to Anfield.
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3. 18th - David Moyes - West Ham (15.53%)
West Ham looked to be in for another season of trouble following the opening day defeat to Newcastle but Moyes’ men have surged up the table, a pleasant surprise for supporters.
4. 17th - Nuno Espirito Santo - Wolves (17.41%)
Nuno has been on quite the ride with Wolves, taking them from the Championship and into Europe. He recently signed a new three-year contract at the beginning of the season, reaffirming his commitment to the club.
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