By Liam Thomas

24th Oct, 2022 | 3:10pm

TalkSport pundit Jamie O'Hara thinks Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has to go

TalkSport pundit Jamie O’Hara thinks Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has to go after the club slipped into the relegation zone following Sunday’s defeat to Fulham.

Marsch’s days are certainly numbered and it’s looking increasingly likely that he’ll lose his job if the club fails to beat Liverpool on Saturday evening.

O’Hara confessed that Leeds are “too good” for the American and that the club are miles off it under his poor management at Elland Road.

“He’s got to go, they’re miles off it,” O’Hara said on TalkSport’s Monday’s Breakfast show.

“I said at the start of the season Leeds would go down, then they started the season ok and I took a load of heat from Leeds. I watch them and I think they don’t score enough goals. They’re still leaking goals.

“It’s alright running around, but you’ve got to have a bit of quality as well. For me, I look at them and think there’s just not enough there with the manager.

“There’s not enough, and they can’t afford to go down Leeds because they’ve worked so hard to get back and it’s a brilliant football club. I just don’t think he’s good enough for them.”

O’Hara right.

The TalkSport pundit couldn’t be more right on this matter, Marsch has to leave Elland Road, or Leeds United risk relegation to the Championship.

Things just aren’t clicking for the American and the first team and despite trying tactical changes to his side the same damning results happened.

Leeds must start afresh and sack Marsch before they lose their season altogether, keeping faith in a manager where things are not working could be a grave mistake.

Something needs to change, whether it’s the club’s recruitment system, Marsch or both, things haven’t gone to plan so far this campaign.

It should have been pretty evident by the American’s poor record at RB Leipzig that he might not be the man to fill Marcelo Bielsa’s illustrious shoes.

The sooner Leeds gets rid of Marsch, the sooner a search for a new manager can begin, the Whites don’t want to be heading into Christmas without a head coach.

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