By Craig Scott

26th Oct, 2022 | 8:09pm

Sean Dyche move to Leeds United on the cards as Sky Sports pundit shares vibe he got from Monday night

With each passing day, it’s making more and more sense that Sean Dyche would replace Jesse Marsch as manager of Leeds United Football Club.

Marsch is under huge pressure after Leeds dropped into the Premier League’s relegation zone on Sunday with a woeful 3-2 defeat to Fulham in front of the home support at Elland Road.

Leeds are now without a league win since August and with the World Cup break fast approaching, there might not be any time like the present for a change in the dugout.

It’ll be hard for Victor Orta and Andrea Radrizzani to abandon a manager they only hired back in February to replace the legendary Marcelo Bielsa.

However, Leeds’ Premier League status is under threat with them losing and failing to beat teams who’ll be in and around them in the relegation battle this season.

Marsch’s job is hanging on by a thread.

Up step the gravelly-voiced Dyche.

Dyche has been out of work since Burnley sacked him late last season, a move that proved to be a huge mistake by the Clarets as they suffered relegation to the Championship instead of Leeds.

He did brilliantly at Turf Moor to keep the Lancashire club in the Premier League as long as he did with a limited budget and with a squad that – without meaning any disrespect – many would suggest was stuffed with Championship-level talent.

Leeds have a better squad now than Burnley did last season so you’d imagine that Dyche would be able to keep us up.

Paul Robinson exclusively told MOT Leeds News this week that someone of Dyche’s ilk would be better suited for Leeds.

You need somebody who can get results and get results in two minutes, not two weeks or two months or for the long-term future of the club,” said the former Leeds goalkeeper.

You need somebody to sustain the long-term future by going in there this season and keeping them in the Premier League.

Clinton Morrison believes Dyche is the man for Leeds.

The ex-Clarets boss was on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football this week and it seemed as though he was chomping at the bit to get back into management.

“Sean Dyche – obviously I saw him on Monday Night Football – he’s itching to get back into it,” said Morrison on Sky Sports News on Tuesday night (25 October, 07:17pm)

“Leeds fans might not be happy with the style of play but if there’s one thing Sean Dyche does do, he’ll keep you in the Premier League nine times out of 10. He did it at Burnley and he’s a fantastic manager.

“It could be Sean Dyche but I don’t want to talk about that too much because Jesse Marsch is still in charge and I don’t want him to lose his job.”

Telegraph journalist Luke Edwards has also tipped Dyche for the job at Elland Road if Marsch is axed.

Speaking on BBC Radio Football Daily, he said: “I think he’s (Marsch) told this evening that his job is safe. I think the owners and the board were in his office at Elland Road last week. I think he will get some more time but there is the specter of a certain Sean Dyche hanging over as well.

“He is out of work. He wants to come back in. October-November, we call it a sacking season and Jesse Marsch could well be the next man to get the boot.”

It all adds up, doesn’t it?

In other Leeds United news, Marsch has been told to enter quiet talks with the PGMOL after Jeff Stelling made an accusation.