Leeds United (hereinafter referred to as Leeds) once considered ‘Spanish legend’ and current Real Madrid under-19 manager Raul (45) as the successor to Jesse Marsh. Raoul refused.
British media ‘The Bootroom’ said on the 7th (Korean time), “Leeds wanted to bring in ‘Real Madrid legend’ Raul as a new coach to replace Marsh. However, Raul refused, saying, ‘I want to continue my leadership life in Spain.’ did,” he reported.
Prior to this day, Leeds announced, “I will no longer accompany coach Marsh.” The reason for hardship is sexual sluggishness.
Recently, Leeds have failed to win a single game in seven English Premier League (EPL) matches. Ranked 17th. In the end, he made the extreme choice of ‘hardening the director’.
Marsh, who worked with Hwang Hee-chan at Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig in the past, took the Leeds command tower in March last year. As the successor to manager Marcelo Bielsa, he signed a contract with Leeds for three years and three months until June 2025, but he had to put down the baton early.
Rene Maric, Cameron Toshak and Pierre Barriou, who had joined the coaching staff with Marsh, also left the team. However, Michael Scubala, Paco Gallardo and Chris Armas, who were newly hired to coach Leeds last week, will remain with the team.
Raul is a Spanish legend. Starting with the 1994 under-18 national team, he has been consistently called up to the age-level national team. He was also selected for the adult national team, and he scored 44 goals in 104 appearances in his career. He also played in the Real Madrid first team for 16 years, starting in 1994. He appeared in 741 career games and scored 323 goals.
He started his coaching career as Real Madrid’s youth coach in 2018 and has been directing the Real Madrid Under-19s since 2020. 온라인카지노
Meanwhile, reporter Fabricio Romano, who is familiar with the European transfer market, gave hints about the next Leeds head coach. On this day, through his SNS, he first dismissed the rumors of Bielsa’s return that took place right after Marsh’s sacking, saying, “The return of coach Barcelo Bielsa (who led Leeds in the past) now seems impossible.”
“Leeds are considering West Bromwich Albion manager Corberan as one of their candidates,” he said.