By Saikat Mandal

21st Oct, 2022 | 10:10pm

Next two home games absolutely vital for Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch

Leeds United are ready to give time to Jesse Marsch to turn around the poor run of form, as per The Telegraph.

The Whites’ boss was jeered by the fans after they lost 2-0 against Leicester City in their previous game.

The club want to resist making a knee-jerk reaction although the performance and the result are “below the standard” at the moment.

Marsch replaced Marcelo Bielsa in February and guided the club to Premier League safety on the final day of the season.

After a massive summer transfer window, where they lost both Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips, the Whites added several new faces.

They made a solid start to the season with two wins and a draw, but they are struggling badly at the moment after picking just two points from their last seven games.

The poor form has placed the Whites just above the relegation zone only on goal difference.

Leeds are sticking to their plans. They don’t want to make rash decisions. They have faith in the project, and the World Cup break will give them time to reflect on what could be done in the second half of the campaign.

The Whites will face Fulham and Bournemouth at home in the Premier League before the World Cup, and they should aim to pick up maximum points from those two games.

These two games are absolutely vital for the club, and it could have an impact on Marsch’s future as well.

Leeds will face the likes of Tottenham, Manchester City, Newcastle and West Ham in succession, and if the form doesn’t improve, they could find themselves in the relegation zone by the end of the year.

The club have shown a leap of faith in Marsch, and he needs to prove now that he is the right man for the club.

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