Football NewsJesse Marsch believes nothing comes easy for his side
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White’s head coach admits nothing comes easy for his side after an injured finisher Pascal Struijk’s took a dramatic point to take them out of the relegation zone in the PL against the Seagulls.


What did Jesse Marsch say?

Leeds United were forced to fight back for part of the corruption against Brighton Graham Potter’s at Elland Road, scoring a decisive score that – coupled with Burnley’s loss to Tottenham earlier in the day – takes them out of the bottom three. While Burnley has the game in hand, the result nonetheless fuels hope for an unlikely big run in West Yorkshire – but Jesse admits his side seem to have a habit of giving themselves tougher tests.

Jesse Marsch said that their goal was to get three points today, but they knew that any points and Burnley would not get them would shift the pressure a bit the other way. They were unlucky not to go again. According to Marsch, it’s a psychological battle they’re in. They should show up next week and show them at their best. What they see is they are placed in difficult situations and the determination of their team. You have to be able to show that at the beginning of matches too. This is a fight.

Jesse Marsch says nothing comes easy for them. They seem to dig holes and then have to find a way to dig them. They are ready. They are going to put everything they have into this last match and they will see if they can do it. According to Jesse, they should stay strong with each other and not get upset.


A little about the topic

With one game left, fate is still out of white’s hands – but with the point lifting them off the bottom three, the pressure is now all on the Clarets. Burnley have two matches left, against Newcastle and Aston Villa, while Leeds will face Brentford. In layman’s terms, failing to take even a point from either game puts Jackson’s side aside, while two wins send Elland Road’s outfit down – and given the huge goal difference, just a draw might well be enough for the Turf Moor team as well.