Leeds United have suffered a poor run of form recently and sit in the bottom half of the table. Manager Jesse Marsch believes his side has performed much better than the results indicate, and is tired of losing.
Leeds’ Poor Form:
The American has seen his team fail to pick up a win in any of their last eight Premier League games. They now face a trip to Liverpool, having lost four matches on the bounce.
Speaking to the press ahead of this weekend’s fixture, Marsch said: “I was 14 years a player and now 13 years a coach and I’ve never lost this much in my career. I’m sick of it.”
“I’m kind of angry right now. I’m tired of playing matches where we are in the match and in many cases better than our opponents and walking away with nothing. I’m tired of not capitalising on moments when we are the better team in matches and I’m tired of giving away goals too cheaply. And I’m tired of not getting results we should be getting.”
Leeds sit in the Premier League relegation zone, level on nine points with bottom-placed Nottingham Forest having played one game fewer. Leeds United sacked club legend Marcelo Bielsa last season after dipping in the relegation zone and Jesse Marsch could soon face the same axe.