Ending Jesse Marsh on a rosy road with Leeds United

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Ending Jesse Marsh on a rosy road with Leeds United.

Leeds United, the famous English Premier League club is about to use a third team manager in less than a year. After deciding to release Jesse March. American trainer Completely resigned from the position on February 6, the past.

After replacing veteran Argentinian Marcelo Bielsa last year, March help Leeds escape relegation on the final day of last season. But this year everything was the complete opposite.

Jesse Marsh led Leeds down to 17th place. After 20 games in the league, which are at serious risk of relegation. And was the reason. Why he was ejected from the chair. But there are many factors that the Yung Thong board decide not to continue working for the remainder of the season.

Many Leeds fans still love it. And a lot of faith in Bielsa and it’s hard to accept. After the 67-year-old former coach was fire and March took over the team instead. While there still many games left to make excuses.

Supporters think March is not a good fit for their team. After struggling to escape relegation in the final game of the season. And still do not believe that March will lead the team to do better in this new season. which proved that they were right.

The loss of Brazil winger Rafinha to Barcelona and English midfielder Calvin Phillips to Manchester City have been disappointing. But the board of directors brought the proceeds from the sale of the two players to fully support March.  

Tyler Adams, Louis Sinisterra, Wilfried Nyonto, Brendan Aaronsson and Rasmus Christiansen. It’s a new list of players that March grabbed to land at Lland Road at the end of last season to prepare for battle this season.

However, Jesse Marsh could not make Leeds a stronger team. He failed to lead the team to maintain a consistent form of play. Exciting offensive creations or a style of play that appeals to football fans who still like Bielsa 

Leeds fans, on the other hand, still feel sympathy for Bielsa, who endured a difficult period in which key players Patrick Bamford, Adam Forshaw and Stewart Dallas suffered a long injury last year that made the team perform poorly.

Angus Kinnear, Chief Executive And director of football Victor Orta was the one who broke the news in person to Marsh at the training ground, marking the end of the ex -Red Blue Sal’s less than a year career at Alland Road. Zburg and Leeds officially