A huge Leeds United claim has emerged over current head coach Jesse Marsch’s impact since arriving…
Eurosport transfer insider Dean Jones has claimed that the American boss has been catching the eye behind the scenes since replacing Marcelo Bielsa at the helm.
He told GIVEMESPORT:
“The impact he’s made on the club has been really significant already and everybody loves him.
“We’ll have to see how it pans out but Leeds is quite a positive environment, and they’re positive they can fix whatever comes along.”
This will surely leave the Leeds supporters bouncing as it shows that his appointment has been a success beyond the results on the pitch.
The Lillywhites were in a precarious position in the Premier League towards the end of Bielsa’s reign at Elland Road and relegation was looking like a real possibility as they sat just above the bottom three.
There has been a big uplift in form since Marsch came through the door.
In his six top-flight matches in charge of the club so far, he has won three, drawn one and lost two – picking up 1.67 points per game. This suggests that he has been able to get the best out of the players in a way that Bielsa was failing to do in his final months with the team.
Leeds’ impressive form since his arrival may be down to the impact he has made behind the scenes. Jones has claimed that he is making it a positive environment and that could explain why the players are now showing the best of their abilities as they are enjoying their football again.
Fans will love this for the impact that it has had this season and will be bouncing ahead of the 2022/23 campaign as they can get excited about what is to come.
Marsch will be given the summer to bring in his own players with Victor Orta to prepare for a full season in charge of the Lillywhites.
His short time in Yorkshire so far indicates that it could be an exciting year for the supporters to look forward to if he is able to strengthen the squad and get the players on-board to kick on and challenge higher up the table.