Leeds United manager Jesse Marsh has attacked his former manager. In regards to the treatment of Yungthong players that resulted in their dramatic decline in form
Leeds United manager Jesse Marsh has hit out at former manager Marcelo Bielsa ‘s training methods. Which he believes have caused many injuries in the squad. The army of Yung Thong is experiencing a lot of problems this season. They are nine points clear of the relegation zone, playing two more games than lower-ranked teams, and long-term injuries to stars Patrick Bamford and Calvin Phillips have been seen. Contributed a lot to their deteriorating form of play.
However, when there were no signs of development Bielsa was sacked after four consecutive defeats. and Marsh has revealed that He thinks the training methods are exhausting for the players , telling talkSPORT : “Injuries are heavily influenced by the way they train. These players trained too hard. And it puts them physically, mentally, psychologically, and emotionally in a difficult state to recover week after week. Game after UFABET game.”
I have a very specific way of working. And I’m known for running data the way we play. But there are also strong, fit and strong players who can meet the standards of the game we want. We have tried to make it come true. to help our players And I think that helps a lot.”
Bamford has n’t played for a long time under Bielsa this season, which has certainly led to the manager’s havoc. The forward was key to Leeds’ success last season, scoring 17 goals in 38 appearances, but when he returned from injury against Wolves in March, The forward staggered off the pitch after just 23 minutes.
By talking about the former striker Middlesbrough Marsh said: “With Patrick [Bamford] I feel terrible because the responsibility of the coach is to look after his players and to make sure you don’t hurt them. and puts them on a dangerous path.” “Ultimately when it doesn’t go the way we wanted with Patrick, I always feel like it’s my responsibility to get it right. For the most part, I think we’re all healthy and strong as a group.”
Under the supervision of the Marsh team Leeds are noticeably better. They are unbeaten in their last four matches, three victories. They won important games against Norwich (2-1) and Watford (3-0), which should now confirm their place in the Premier League for another year.