The Lowdown: Pressure building
Pressure appears to be mounting on Marsch, however, he looks set to be in the dugout once again this weekend against Liverpool, despite speculation surrounding his Elland Road future.
Leeds have just three more league fixtures before the break for the World Cup, and it seems as if Orta’s thoughts are on possible player arrivals over a new boss.
The Latest: Cross’ claim
“The noises remain supportive around Marsch. If anything, the lion’s share of Orta’s attention is on the January transfer window rather than a replacement head coach.”
The Verdict: Additions needed
Should Leeds stick with Marsch heading into 2023, the Whites may need a few new arrivals to help them in the second half of the season.
Marsch in or Marsch out?
In hindsight, a new forward and a new left-back could have been beneficial in the summer, with Patrick Bamford struggling massively in front of goal and centre-back Pascal Struijk filling in for left-back Junior Firpo so far this season.
Therefore, those two areas of the pitch could do with strengthening in the New Year, as it seems as if the club may be in another fight to avoid relegation.
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