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Jesse Marsch, Aaronson preen: Leeds start ‘exactly what we’re looking for’

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“I can’t stop smiling because it’s such a beautiful place,” Brendan Aaronsohn said after Leeds beat Wolves 2-1 at Elland Road on Saturday. “The crowd is pushing you, that’s why the legend is here, Leeds United.

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It took Aaronsohn just a few weeks and one Premier League game as a Leeds player to find out what his American manager Jesse Marsh had been saying all last season after Leeds returned and started the Premier League season brilliantly. what we’re looking for.”

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Marsh’s goals are more than one game, so of course the man who helped save Leeds from relegation worries last season wanted to talk about Aaronson, USMNT teammate Tyler Adams, Rasmus Christensen and Mark Rock playing against Wolves. .

“I think all the debutants did pretty well,” Marsh said. “The speed of the game on the field was very high, both teams tried to impose their game the way they wanted. Overall, I think the four players who started their first match for us will be good players.”

What did Jesse Marsh say about Brenden Aaronsohn, the clash with Bruno Lage?

Marsh praised Aaronsohn enthusiastically, who claims to have scored the game-winning goal that has hitherto been considered an own goal against Wolves’ Ryan Ait-Nouri.

Of course, Marsh would like the goal to be credited to Aaronsohn, but the Leeds boss knows that a goal is considered the same and the player did it in the clutch.

“[Aaronson] relentless,” Marsh said. “He is non-stop. His speed is incredible. I know him well, and what I know about him is that he will only get better.”

Speaking of ruthlessness, Marsh didn’t shy away from confrontation after the final whistle, when Lage exchanged harsh words with the former manager of the New York Red Bulls, Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig.

But those looking for rants at the press conference will note that Marsh called the exchange “really nothing.”



Source: soccer.nbcsports.com

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