Leeds United have got it ‘completely wrong’ after source’s ‘bizarre’ Jesse Marsch update – pundit – Football Insider

  • October 28, 2022

By John Wenham
It would be “completely wrong” for Leeds United to sack Jesse Marsch despite a poor start to the Premier League season.
That is according to Spurs expert John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.
On Tuesday (25 October), sources told this site that the Whites are putting out feelers as they lay the groundwork for appointing a new manager.
🎙 Jesse gives his thoughts on today’s game at Elland Road pic.twitter.com/8j7ZRMGK7U
Leeds are winless in eight Premier League games and have now lost four in a row after losing 3-2 to Fulham on Sunday (23 October).
Despite the poor start to the season, Wenham has been left baffled by the suggestion that Marsch should be dismissed.
“I’m sorry, this seems completely wrong to me,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
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“They brought him in last season and he kept them up, they then allowed him to sign players that he wanted this summer. He got two from Salzburg and Tyler Adams as well.
“What are we, ten games into the season? And they are talking about getting him out. What are the expectations at Leeds, I’m sorry, what? Do they think they should be pushing for the top six?
“They haven’t made the recruitment, they don’t have the players to do that. How are they pushing him already? It’s bizarre and it seems a bit soon for me.
“I don’t watch Leeds every week. There will be Leeds fans telling me I’m wrong, ‘who is this southerner wading in on our club?’.
“I just see it as, they have played 10 or 11 games and the club let him get his own players, do you have to sack him now? They are 18th, fine.
“Where were they expecting to be? They aren’t far off being in the top 10. It’s five points.”
Leeds sit 18th in the Premier League after their loss to Fulham.
They are next in action against Liverpool on Saturday (29 October).
In other news, one pundit has suggested the real reason for Patrick Bamford’s meltdown as Leeds United transfer claim made.