RB Leipzig sack head coach Jesse Marsch



by   |  VIEW 346

RB Leipzig sack head coach Jesse Marsch

After another failure, more precisely after the defeat at the Union Berlin stadium, the American expert Jesse Marsch
broke up with Red Bull Leipzig. Such an outcome could be smelled, and now it has received official confirmation.

According to the official statement, there was an agreed termination of cooperation, and it will soon be known who will succeed him on the Bulls' bench. The team will be led from the bench against Manchester City by Achim Beierlorzer, who has been appointed as a temporary solution.

Oliver Mintzlaff, the club's executive director, addressed the public regarding the club's decision to part with the Americans. "It was not easy to part with Jesse Marsch, because I have a high opinion of Jesse as a man and a coach.

It is a pity that things did not go as we hoped, this step was necessary." "Unfortunately, the progress and results we hoped for at the moment did not meet expectations and with this decision, we want to create a new impuls."

"I would like to thank Jesse Marsch for everything he has done and wish him all the best, both personally and professionally. "

Career

The former member of the United States national team, after a 13-year career in football, wore shoes 11 years ago, when he was an assistant to Bob Bradley in the American national team."

He then worked for Montreal Impact, before arriving in the Red Bull football empire in 2015, when he signed for New York. He arrived in Europe in 2018, when he was an assistant to Ralph Rangnick in Leipzig." After one season, he got the opportunity to lead Salzburg on his own, with which he won two double crowns in Austria and left a good impression on the Euro scene.

The logical next step was to take over the bench of the Bulls from Saxony, which he did the last summer when he succeeded Julian Nagelsmann, who had already agreed with Bayern Munich during the previous season. However, he did not manage to achieve the desired results with Leipzig.

He led the team in 21 games, recorded eight wins, four draws, and suffered as many as nine defeats with a goal difference of 43:31. He left the team in 11th place on the table, with only 18 points after 14 rounds and without any triumph on the road. Whoever becomes the new coach, he will have a difficult task, because Leipzig is obviously in a big crisis