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‘I’m sick of it’ – Leeds fans all say the same thing as fuming boss Jesse Marsch declares ‘I’ve never lost this much’

JESSE MARSCH claims he’s “sick” of losing… and Leeds fans are too.

The American has overseen a dreadful run of eight Prem games without a win since triumphing 3-0 over Chelsea back in August.

Jesse Marsch is facing increasing pressure

Leeds‘ wretched form has seen them fall into the bottom three, with Marsch left scratching his head for answers.

Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Anfield to face Liverpool, the 48-year-old told reporters: “I’ve never lost this much in my career. I’m sick of it.”

Marsch arrived at Elland Road with the unenviable task of replacing Leeds legend Marcelo Bielsa.

An upturn in form eventually followed and the Whites beat the drop… but their current predicament has many fans frustrated – with some even chanting Bielsa’s name during a recent loss.

Following Marsch’s claim that he’s “sick” of what’s going on, he wasn’t greeted with much sympathy.

One fan wrote: “Same.”

While a second commented: “So are we.”

A third simply added: “We all are.”


And a fourth took it a step further, writing: “Same. Walk away simples.”

Another compared him to his legendary predecessor, adding: “I don’t ever remember Bielsa complaining, he just got on with it.”

Leeds produced a much improved performance during their clash with Arsenal, somehow failing to score in an unfortunate 1-0 defeat.

But their following display left Marsch and Co back at square one, as they went down 3-2 at home to Fulham.

On the pressure he is facing from fans, Marsch said: “The way they treated the team is a fan base that loves the team so much and they recognise we are not in the position we want.

“Some people want me out, some want us to turn the corner. In the end, it’s normal.

“Whether it’s the board, team or fans we have to get results or the questions come more and more.”

He later added: “Such a big club. Means the intensity of the focus from the outside gets magnified. Internally we have to be even stronger.

“Not a club for people who can’t handle this business at its highest. We know that internally. The players, the staff or the board. Stayed true to our plan and belief.”

Marsch is on a run of eight without a win

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