Marsh, Leeds manager: I’m tired of the defeats before facing Liverpool

LONDON: Leeds United manager Jesse Marsh is tired of losing his team after recent losing streak in Premier League as they prepare to face Liverpool on Saturday. Leeds have lost 4 consecutive games in championship and played 8 games without a win. The 48-year-old American has only won seven of the 24 games he has played for Leeds since he took over from manager Marcelo Bielsa in February. “I’ve never lost in 14 years as a player and 13 years as a manager, “Marsh told reporters on Thursday. I haven’t lost so many games in my career.” I’m tired of this and trying to pick the best players to rely on in this moment. “I’m tired of playing games in we are the best and yet we end up with nothing. I’m tired of getting stupid goals. I’m tired of not achieving results at hand ”. Leeds, who have not won since August, are 18th on nine points in 11 games after losing 3-2 in home to Fulham on Sunday. Liverpool’s start was also disappointing, being in eighth place with 16 points in 11 matches. “We will try to stick to the game plan against Liverpool and try to implement it in the best possible way to give us the best chance in the match,” said Marsh. “Liverpool were one of the best club to the world for the past four or five years. I think regardless of the reason for his recent decline, he has a group of top professional players. “(Reuters)