Jesse Marsch speaks on firing with great pride in keeping Leeds in the Premier League.

Jesse Marsch reflects on his time at Leeds United with great pride, despite being fired nearly two months ago. As the former RB Leipzig and New York Red Bulls manager takes time to consider his next move, he expressed gratitude for working with a great group of players and staff and meeting fantastic people in Yorkshire. However, in a surprising turn of events, Marsch’s LinkedIn profile still lists him as Leeds’ Head Coach, despite his departure. While Marsch’s focus as a coach has shifted towards culture, nurture, development, and relationships, he remains cutthroat about winning. Though he struggles with processing a loss, he affirms that he connects with people. Despite being fired, Marsch has been enjoying time with family and friends, while attending Princeton’s NCAA Tournament upset of Arizona earlier this month. Leeds, on the other hand, have stabilized under new manager Javi Gracia and are now 14th with 11 games left.

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