newsfootball3 months ago

Tired of not capitalising on moments when we are better team in matches, postulates Jesse Marsch

Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has revealed that he is sick of losing and of the fact that his side have been the better team in more than a few matches but have failed to capitalise on that. The Peacocks are currently on an eight game winless run that stretches all the way back to late August.
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featurefootball6 months ago

2022/23 Premier League Previews | Four teams and their mission to break beyond mid-table mediocrity

The 2022/23 Premier League season is around the corner but while some have their hearts set on titles and trophies, others have their goals set on European football and lots of money. It means for the rest, their dreams and aspirations have been placed slightly lower than most at a mid-table place.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Reports | Raphinha rejects Liverpool interest in favour of Barcelona move

According to reports from Sport, Raphinha has snubbed an offer from Liverpool to join the English side and prefers to join Barcelona as the Brazilian winger waits for an offer from the Spanish side. Raphinha played a pivotal role in ensuring Leeds’ stay in the Premier League ahead of next season.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Reports | Leeds United and Burnley write to Premier League to investigate Everton

According to ESPN, Leeds United and Burnley have reportedly written to the Premier League and have asked them to look into Everton’s spending and whether they’ve broken financial fair play rules. The three sides were locked in a relegation battle but Everton are now safe from the drop.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Credit to Burnley & Everton but we will also fight for our lives, proclaims Jesse Marsch

Leeds manager Jesse Marsch has praised relegation rivals, Burnley and Everton, for facing adversity bravely and reaping the rewards although he acknowledged that his side will do the same to secure their safety in the Premier League. The Peacocks currently lie in 18th place in the standings. 
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newsfootball9 months ago

Jesse Marsch came in at difficult time but he's brought our belief back, claims Raphinha

Leeds United winger Raphinha has praised manager Jesse Marsch and revealed that he is responsible for their improved performances since Marcelo Bielsa’s sacking and lauded him for instilling confidence back into the English side. The former Leipzig coach was appointed as Leeds manager in February.
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featurefootball10 months ago

Relegation drama: The Premier League’s final four Gameweeks will decide who survives

There’s absolutely nothing like a good, tasty relegation battle and right now, the Premier League has one of the best around. Five teams all battling it out for survival and only two will eventually make the cut and live to fight one more season while the other three bid the top tier goodbye.
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newsfootball11 months ago

Been a grind the past few months but we will aim to control our destiny, reveals Jesse Marsch

Leeds manager Jesse Marsch has admitted that the past few months have been tough on his players due to the tumultuous nature of the campaign but revealed that they aim to be better in order to control their destiny at the end of the season. Leeds secured a 3-2 victory over Wolves on Friday.
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newsfootball11 months ago

We have a situation that's really tough but will regroup for next game, admits Jesse Marsch

Leeds manager Jesse Marsch has conceded that he underestimated the stress of the moment from the player's perspective after they endured another worrying performance in their defeat to Aston Villa. The Villans beat the Peacocks convincingly as they secured a 3-0 victory at Elland Road on Thursday.
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newsfootball11 months ago

Don't have to be Marcelo Bielsa as I am my own person, asserts Jesse Marsch

New Leeds manager Jesse Masch has revealed that he doesn’t need to replicate Marcelo Bielsa’s methods to bring success to his new side and admitted that he will look to implement his own philosophy. Leeds hired Marsch on Sunday after their dismal form leaving them 16th in the standings.
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