By Mark Smith

25th Oct, 2022 | 8:10am

Jesse Marsch surely lined up to be sacked at Leeds United as news breaks on Monday

Jesse Marsch is being lined up for the sack at Leeds United as they let him fight on in the Premier League with a trip to Liverpool next up on Saturday 29th October.

The American is expected to be in the dugout at Anfield, despite only picking up two points from a possible 24 in his last eight domestic games in West Yorkshire [Beren Cross].

With no change coming from the Leeds boardroom after they slept on it, there is only one outcome on the horizon with Liverpool, Spurs and Manchester City to come in our next five games.

Writing on his personal Twitter account, Cross shared the latest news coming directly from Elland Road in the past 24 hours after the dreadful scenes.

“No change in Leeds United’s outlook on Jesse Marsch today,” he wrote.

“Expect him to be in the dugout at Liverpool.”

On the verge.

Whether they support him or not, this is becoming inevitable now.

The Leeds board are losing the support of the fans over this one, and they will be next out of the club even if they decide to move Marsch on – as they keep getting decisions wrong.

Everything is turning toxic at Elland Road, and it is no surprise whatsoever.

Money was not reinvested into the squad over the summer as they actually made a profit, alongside the decision to loan out Dan James, one of our record signings to a direct rival.

Marsch has then failed to find his best squad, and uses the same old bland tactics that are being ripped apart easily, and soon the consequences are going to be there for everyone to see.

Leeds fans don’t want a puppet coming out to the media and saying they will fight every week, they want to win games, pick up points and dominate, and that isn’t happening.

The sack is coming whether the board don’t want to admit it or not, the only question now is when will the axe fall?

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