Jesse Marsch has taken the successor of Marcelo Bielsa at Leeds United and feels very comfortable with the whites. A feeling that he did not have at RB Leipzig.
“The most important thing I’ve learned in Leipzig was that I did not belong there,” said Marsch in an interview with sky sports: “I did not feel well there. I did not feel that I did there. I wanted to take it there Find a group to which I feel belonging to me, and that’s the feeling I have here. “
The American took over the job at RB Leipzig last summer after working successfully with the other RB stations New York and Salzburg. But after only eight his 21 games won, March had to go to the Bundesliga club. After a very weak start with two defeats in two games, Jesse March has last received the curve at his new Club Leeds United with two wins against Norwich City and Wolverhampton.
But March feels very well regardless of the results. “To meet a group of young men playing in the Premier League and has such a strong character, so much belief together and so little egoism has just impressed me incredibly,” he said.
A feeling he did not always have in his career: “You do not always see people who are at a very high level that give and do not take. I try to be, so I immediately felt the right place to be. I felt like to be among people who think as well, and I’m very grateful for that. “
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