The new ‘everyone loves’ key character made an impact at Elland Road
Jesse Marsch has already made a significant impact at Leeds and is already loved by everyone at Elland Road, according to transfer insider Dean Jones.
Marsch’s arrival in February coincided with Leeds leaving relegation, with the Yorkshire giants looking for a strong bet to retain their Premier League status in the coming weeks.
What’s the latest news about Marsch?
After making a poor start to life in English football following defeats to Leicester and Aston Villa, the American is quickly starting to make his mark on the team.
Since picking up a dramatic stoppage-time victory over Norwich last month which eased growing fears of a Leeds stumble, Marsch’s side have gone from strength to strength.
They backed up that 2-1 win over the Canaries by producing another last minute win from behind against Wolves five days later to really bolster their survival hopes.
A draw with Southampton and a win at Watford last weekend means 10 points from a possible 12 remain for Leeds, who are nine points clear of the bottom three and with a view to securing another season at most. high level.
And Jones hailed the “significant” impact Marsch has already had during his short time in the Elland Road dugout.
What did Jones say about Marsch?
He told GIVEMESPORT: “TThe impact he has had on the club has already been huge and everyone loves him.
“Well, we have to see how it goes, but Leeds are a pretty positive environment, and they’re confident they can fix whatever’s going on.
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Will Leeds avoid relegation?
Leeds can’t celebrate yet, but they are just a few wins away from being able to do so.
Their 3-0 win over Watford last weekend opened up a nine-point gap on Burnley, who can’t seem to buy a win and now face life after Sean Dyche following his shock departure.
Leeds have yet to face Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City, but judging by the form of some of those below them, they could already have enough points on the board to stay at the Premier League club next season. .
If it were to come down to recent matches, however, Leeds have winnable games against Brighton and Brentford.
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