Marsch slams 'terrible' stories of Leeds unrest

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Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has responded to “awful” media stories that a few of his gamers have turned on him by saying his squad are “united” and “together.”

Leeds are fifteenth within the Premier League desk, two factors from the relegation zone and are with no league win since Nov. 5.

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Nonetheless, Marsch has been backed by the membership with the signing of French ahead Georginio Rutter from Bundesliga aspect Hoffenheim for a membership file price. Additionally, Leeds chief government Angus Kinnear hugged Marsch in entrance of the media following his aspect’s 5-2 FA Cup victory over Championship aspect Cardiff on Wednesday in a sign of unity between the supervisor and the membership’s hierarchy.

“I know it’s hard for everybody to be patient and I come into the spotlight if we’re not getting results,” Marsch advised reporters following the win.

“I want to try and find a way for our fans, for our club, for everyone to keep their belief in this team because I see them [the players] every day, I see their work ethic. I see their commitment to each other.

“Even this report that comes out, the ‘BS’ that among the gamers are in opposition to me, is simply terrible, simply terrible. We’re united, we’re collectively, we’re doing all the things we are able to as a bunch.”

The American said he is taking the majority of the responsibility for his side’s recent struggles.

“We’re all harbouring the accountability, particularly me. And we imagine in ourselves and we all know we’re going to get higher.

“I know I’ve taken a lot of criticism and in some cases rightly so, but I’ve felt internally we are moving in the right direction.”

Leeds face eighth-placed Brentford within the league on Sunday.

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