By Pranav Shahaney

27th Jun, 2022 | 3:40pm

Leeds United duo set to stay despite Jesse Marsch ally on way out this summer

Leeds United coaching duo Mark Jackson and Cameron Toshack are reportedly set to stay at the club despite an assistant leaving.

According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Franz Schiemer, an assistant to Jesse Marsch, who was brought in by the American earlier this summer, is set to leave.

Jackson, who was promoted to work with the first team rather than the Under-23s will be in the dugout for the upcoming campaign.

New coaches needed?

Marcelo Bielsa left a skeleton staff when he parted ways with the Whites and there are still slots that need to be filled in the dugout.

Thus far, Marsch has not brought in any more people apart from the ones he did in the first few days, but he may need some experts in the coming weeks.

While he may have an understanding of the basic tactics having been a senior manager for a few years, the lack of Premier League know how on the touchline could prove to be damaging.

Ideally, if he can get a senior coach who’s worked at one of the big clubs in England, it will only benefit him when things are going tough.

Bielsa had a methodical approach ahead of matches and if Marsch wants to take a similar approach then he would be looking for some data analysts to join the fray.

Leeds are understood to be willing to back the American this summer not just in the market but also to make certain backroom changes.

In other Leeds United news, Fabrizio Romano has shared if a ‘Sensational’ defensive midfielder has agreed terms for an Elland Road switch and become the club’s fourth summer signing.