Trevor Sinclair believes Leeds United will start to start “putting some results together” under new manager Jesse Marsch.
The American won his first game in three attempts in charge of the Whites with a last gasp 2-1 win over relegation rivals Norwich.
Sinclair credited March for getting the team working together “in units”, something that was glaringly missing under club legend Marcelo Bielsa.
Speaking on the Game Day Podcast, he said: “It’s alright talking about Newcastle and Brentford but I’m looking at Leeds. I watched Leeds at Leicester last week and Jesse Marsch has got them working in units.
“And if they start working in units, they’re going to start putting some results together like we’ve seen today because they are a good team anyway, and a fit team.”
All Leeds can do is win as many of the games they have in front of them as possible.
The performances have been much, much better under Marsch except for the embarrassing Aston Villa result but let’s face it, that is expected.
The Whites fan base erupted after the Villa result stating that there has been no difference in what they saw under the Argentine but that is a little wide of the mark.
Yes, it was a poor result but Marsch’s side were very competitive against a very good Leicester side and probably should have won the game and obviously moved past Norwich no matter how difficult it was.
As difficult as it is to admit, they would have likely been thumped against the Foxes and a win against Norwich was far from guaranteed with the form they were in leading to Bielsa’s exit.
It is a work in progress but hopefully Marsch can build on the win and lead the team to Premier league survival.
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