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Leeds: Jesse Marsch expected to be sacked despite Anfield win

Leeds: Jesse Marsch expected to be sacked despite Anfield win -Leeds United News

Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch is still expected to be sacked in the coming weeks despite the weekend win over Liverpool, according to one report.

The Lowdown: Huge win for Marsch

The Whites picked up their most important Premier League victory of the season so far on Saturday night, winning 2-1 at Anfield in dramatic fashion.

Crysencio Summerville’s late strike earned Leeds all three points in what was a massive result for Marsch, who has reportedly been clinging to his job recently.

Unfortunately for Marsch, though, it seems as though his current situation may not have changed, even despite that statement victory.

The Latest: Sacking still on the cards

According to page 77 of The Sunday Mirror [30 October, via MOT Leeds News], it is still ‘only a matter of time’ until the American is relieved of his duties as Leeds boss.

It is stated that many supporters don’t want Marsch to carry on as manager, despite such a memorable win at Anfield.

The Verdict: Point of no return

Sadly for Marsch, it does feel as though there is little he can do about keeping his job now unless he manages to produce a remarkable run of form from nowhere.

The next bad result could well result in his sacking and it could be that Leeds want to bring in a new boss by the time the World Cup gets underway next month, so that they would have a few weeks to work with players behind the scenes while club football takes a breather during the tournament.

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When a large and vocal element of the fan base turns on a manager, that is a big problem, and it doesn’t look as though the swell of negativity towards Marsch will be changing any time soon if even inflicting Liverpool’s first league defeat at Anfield in 30 games can’t win over the doubters.


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