17 Burst results for "Jesse Marsh"

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:12 min | 1 hr ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ExtraTime

"That lack of continuity, the potential for what in my mind would be a senseless tear down one more likely to set the national team program back than drive it forward. To me, that feels more likely than ever after today's news. So yeah, I'm wildly disappointed by it. It doesn't mean that it's going to well, let me it doesn't mean that it's going to play out to the negative, right? Like whoever comes in is the new sporting director could end up looking at everything that the U.S. did and saying like, yeah, this is what we want to keep. We're going to hire coach and keep the blueprint and keep the game model and try to build upon that and do everything I just said. Like personnel can be policy in this respect and maybe they'll get the right personnel at every stop. And that's what I'll do. And number two is I don't think bielsa or be able to style coach. Or even Jesse marsh, who I love. But very different game model. I don't think that that is the best way to drive the U.S. forward to continue the momentum that I think this team built in the 2022 cycle. But it might work anyway, right? It might end up being that like, okay, four four two narrow pressing, no switches, you know, that is actually the way to get the most out of this group. So everything still at play, but just from my perspective, I'm a big believer in continuity in this game. I believe that consistency of vision makes it easier for players to consistently execute and I am very disappointed and worried now that the national team program, which, in my mind, made real stride, like real, visible strides in how they played, I'm worried that now we're going to lose that as we spin forward into this 2026 cycle.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:32 min | Last month

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ExtraTime

"I just did a Doyle thing. Yeah. I just wish Anders was here with the Frank Dubois. Just to test that one. Do you have games? I don't have names. I mean, I think berhalter is the most obvious one within MLS. I think you have to run to those career heads started at the club level a little bit earlier than just this year. You might look at him as a guy that could be getting looks here. But I hope it is, I hope it is international. I mean, obviously it needs to be. And they're turning over every rock. And finding somebody who has the personality to connect to these players, but also has sort of the ability to take them to the next level. As far as just the tactics and preparation goes, I mean, I don't have any specific names for you. I have no idea what they want to do. And I don't know. None of us think none of us think that Jesse marsh would leave leads united to take over the U.S. national team, right? No.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Pond Jesse marsh on extra time one V one as we prepare for the World Cup. Jesse, what's up, man? What's up, Andrew, how are you, man? It's been a long time. It has been a long time. It's interesting that ahead of a World Cup, we're chatting once again. I still think back all the way to 2014, but I have to start you with the topic that is not relevant in any way to soccer in any form, and that is that we've been talking about our favorite hot sandwiches on extra time and it's come to my attention that you have some interesting dietary preferences thanks to your Wisconsin upbringing. Your Midwest. I know how it goes. What on earth is a cannibal sandwich in under one circumstances?

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Sum that up for us and good luck trying to yeah, you know, yeah, it's hard to really just put into words and to describe exactly what happened. But at halftime, we tried to instill belief in the team that we could still manage to find the result. And I told them after the match that the best part was is I could tell by the looks on their faces that I didn't have to convince them that they believed it. And I think the second half performance exemplified that. Even at three one down, the fans were kind of sensing that this is far from over. Weren't they? Yeah, I mean, listen, the swaying in the crowd. It's against mob mentality sometimes, you know, when things aren't going well, they all tend to find ways to be negative, but my message at halftime was don't worry about the mood of the crowd right now. Stay focused and disciplined on the way we want to play and we will find ourselves more and more into the match. And then we will find our goals and find a way to push it. The sad part was we made it even more difficult by going down three one, but the guy stuck with it. White. All right, herk, what do you make of what Jesse marsh had to say there? And do you think he's safe for the rest of the season after these big back to back wins? Oh no, no, he ain't safe. And he also ain't going to wait quietly. Mob mentality, he said, I thought that was a, hey, it's not the first time how the home fans have gotten after Jesse Marshall a couple times recently. Yes, but for Jesse marsh to acknowledge it like that and to place a little dig publicly is also telling. Now, listen, he's not safe, 'cause it's the Premier League and we're halfway through, right? There's still another half to play. He's 12th place right now, so that is safety. Yes, it

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"It just goes to show people around the world that Americans can play football too, you know, or we're out there, we're playing well, we're playing for English from really team and getting goals and assists. So we're out there we're doing well and on the coaching side of things too. So I think it's only up and coming and there's going to be more and more talent over the future and making this trip over the pond. But yeah, I mean, it's a great start and it's only going to get better. He's tireless. He's relentless. I know that about him. And when you also see his amazing how much better he wrote, how much better he gets from week to week. And I've seen it already before. It's almost like watching something grow right before your eyes. So, you know, and he's so grounded. He's so calm. He's so easy with himself. So yeah, he's done really well for us from the start. Eric, you can tell by this impressionist painting. How well Brendan aaronson performed against Chelsea and I like those two final stats. 7 recoveries leading the team as well as with successful pressures like the one he had on Mindy ended up in the goal. What you see why it's impressive those recoveries because he plays in the front line. And if you play for Jesse marsh, you need to pressure. That is the system. You have to high pressure. So that front line is your first line of defense. And look how good he does. Look how well he is at that. And because of that, he ended up scoring the goal. Yeah, that was a great performance overall as the team for lids, but individually for Brandon aaronson

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on WTOP

"United player Jesse marsh is an American coach now in the English Premier League. Now I'm not sure, not sure if you give speeches like Ted Lasso does and that series about an American coach in England. You know what the happiest animal on earth is? It's a goldfish. You know why? No, it's got a ten second memory. Be a goldfish. Yeah, I'm not sure if he's giving the goldfish a speech, but I do know on Sunday, Jesse Marsha's team leads united was facing Chelsea. A competition tonight is tougher than ice cold beef jerky. Tougher than ice cold beef jerky. Chelsea tough, a power, but marsh's legion united with a three nothing win, because just like Ted Lasso, Jesse marsh believes. I know what this group that will never be at work will never be outrun, and now I'm trying to help them understand how to be not be out fought. And if we can, in our way, continue to build that the right way, then we can really build something special. Yeah, don't be outside or out funk. Anyway, he's doing it with U.S. national team players like Brendan aaronson and Tyler Adams and the line of aaronson, in fact, scored in the win over Chelsea. Hey, good news for the commanders at tight end Logan Thomas back from the surgery and getting used to Carson wins. The more you get to do routes or whatever it is with them, they understand your body language, understand what you like, you understand what they like. It comes a lot quicker so today I spent a lot of time during the special team spirits catching passes from Carson since I've never done it before. Yeah, we did the same thing in the newsroom to understand body languages around. I'm not sure if Thomas will be ready though for week one. Tom Brady back with a bucket of ears after 11 days away for personal reasons. Now jumping back to soccer Manchester United with Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench beat Liverpool yesterday two to one. Dave Johnson, WTO

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on WTOP

"I listen to this story. Former D.C. United player Jesse marsh is an American coach in the English Premier League. Now, not sure if he does speech is like Ted Lasso does in that series about an American coach in England. You know what the happiest animal on earth is? It's a goldfish. You know why? No, got a ten second memory. Be a goldfish. I'm not sure if he's tried. The goldfish speech, but do certainly know. A competition tonight is tougher than ice cold beef jerky. Yeah, that was the case on Sunday. They competition, Chelsea, a power, maybe tougher than ice cold beef jerky, but marshes legion united team with a three zero win because as Ted Lasso, he has belief. I know what this group that will never be at work will never be outrun and now I'm trying to help them understand how to be not be out thought. And if we can, in our way, continue to build that the right way, then we can really build something special. And you know what he's doing it with the U.S. men's national team players, Brendan aaronson, and Tyler Adams and his lineup. In fact, Brendan Harrison scored in that widower Chelsea. Hey, good news for the commanders. Tight end, Logan Thomas is back from the surgery back on the field and get even though quarterback Carson Wentz. The more you get to do routes or whatever it is with him, they understand your body language, understand what you like, you understand what they like. He comes a lot quicker so today I spent a lot of time during the special teams periods catching passes from Carson since I've never done it before. I'm not sure if Thomas will be ready for week one. Again, the nationals in Seattle tonight the Orioles, home against the White Sox, by the way, Tom Brady, back with a Buccaneers after 11 day break for personal reasons. Dave Johnson, every TLP sports

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"City. He went to verda brayman. He went towards before he went to Manchester City. And Christian may have to be willing to move to take a slightly circuitous route back to playing Champions League football. I also think that when fit thing is very important, there are very, very few players at Champions League squads who are unfit and the second that they're fit again come back into a starting 11th. These squads are too big. There are too many options. There are too many players. And he's got to come on and one of these substitute performances. He's got to come on and he's got to blow the manager away. It may be that he's not doing it because he's not happy. But certainly, he looked a shadow of the player when he came on that Brendan aronson was for leads. And I know that's going to that is I'm not defending Mason Mount. I'm not defending Kai Havertz, I'm not defending anybody else playing up front for Chelsea. I'm just saying that for the ability that Christian Pulisic has, which we know he has in his substitute appearances recently. He's not looked like that player. And I think he, I think he's got that potential, but some of that is about his own certainty. And he seems like a player and along with his dad and likes or whatever is going on. It seems like a very uncertain situation. He's got to put himself in a certain situation, whether that's staying, he's got to be certain about it. Whether it's leaving, he's got to be certain about it. He can't wait for everything magically to just to be perfect. He's got to dictate and guide his own career at this point. Godspeed to Christian hashtag free politic to halftime. I did have a lingering worry where the league keep up this helter skelter play for more than 70 minutes in a way they couldn't against Southampton the week before and second half leads did. War tired Chelsea did up their intensity, pulisic was flung on G dubs. Texted me. 13.636363 6 three 6 3% of the players on the field are now American and from the stat Ed, the record is 5. Redding Neil full them two 2008 Marcus hanneman and gold for Redding, Fulham had Keller Dempsey McBride and brought bokke Negro on in the 85th minute, but Paul Carr reaffirmed they became the first trio of U.S. internationals to play in the first Premier League game since 2013 when Timmy Howard and Everton beat stokes Jeff Cameron and Breck Shay for Neil second Breck Shane mentioned in one podcast. I was honestly afraid and then Tucker did unleash pulisic on Jesse marsh and leads United States of America, which was such an emotionally complex moment. I didn't really know what to do, but leads. God, they knew a two nil lead could not slip. They needed another, and then it came through honoree American Dave Jackie Harrison, our friend, poking the ball home and Q Jesse marsh, who I don't think is going to be on Thomas Tuchel's Christmas card list, just as he's not on Bruno Lars, his Q Jesse marsh, spike in a water bottle, as if he was Gronkowski in a Super Bowl. God, I've got to say, what do you make of Jesse marsh David that dude brings a charisma to the sideline? I've not seen since Patrick Swayze in root house rule two. Take it outside. Never started inside. Yeah, he's a, he's a man boiling with energy, even when he's just listening to a question silently from an interviewer. He just has this like massive pent up. Is it rage? Is it anger? Is it just intensity? Is it passion? It's probably all of those things. But whatever it is, he seems to be pretty consistent whether his team are losing or winning. This is what I think we've seen from the end of last season to this season. And my God, the players have got a love playing for him. Lewis kula Bali's red card was the mercy dismissal dude seems so bewildered by Brendan and by the end I was just watching on a gog like Joe Rogan watching a shot knockout just eyes bulging hold me back what are we with the thing? And that was that as GFP at Tommy noons, I think undersold, he said an incredible day for New Jersey and U.S. soccer no longer suboptimal. Tommy Tuco just another failed German assault on the United Kingdom beat down by young American lads. What do you think are too cool? Postgame, very interesting. Immensely ungenerous to leads, perhaps with an eye to forcing bullies to bring in more bodies this week in the transfer window. He said, I still believe we can win with this team in Leeds. It's more awful than anybody else's credit. You buy that, David. I think a more secure man and manager wouldn't have said that. It spoke to me about insecurity about his own position about his own team about where he is. I think, of course, you want to say tactically, we were great. The players we selected were were great. We were the better team. We just got unlucky for the second week of row in terms of a number of things that went wrong. That's how you defend yourself. By the way, we've heard other managers say it. I think there was a game at the end of last season where we heard Jesse marsh say almost exactly the same thing after he lost a game where he thought he was a better team. Managers say this stuff. I think we want certainly to do with this situation and looking at it from an American point of view, we wanted to call to be more generous, but I think that the rule is that opposing managers aren't that generous about what other managers do against them tactically or in terms of their passion because it makes you feel that they didn't prepare their team adequately to go and face it. But too cool definitely doesn't seem happy and he didn't admit a lot of fault and leads the truth is Leeds did outplay Chelsea. This is a game, not of possession. It's not a game of chances or XG or all those kind of things. It's a game of putting the ball in the back of the net. And Chelsea continue to not do that and continue to concede goals. They have conceded more goals this season than they have scored. And that's not good for a Chelsea team through three games. I kept the feeling too cool was actually playing for an audience of one top bully. He wants a new defender for fauna and with havertz anonymous razz and calibrated. The sensor over time is about to descend upon Stamford Bridge. It's becoming more and more a fatty complaint. But Jesse marsh, God, I was so happy for him.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Marsh. That man to man talk those hard truths. Resonated any changed and were seen in this play this season. He's played really well. I have only one concern with this. The fact that there's only the one not only the one guy, but one guy in specific that can really push you and get the best out of you like Jesse marsh is doing with Tyler Adams. Every manager should be able to do that with you as a player. Did it ever happen to you in your playing time? That you sort of lost your motivation and you needed either a manager or another player, a leader to getting your ear and get you back to that place to get you out of your comfort zone and be that hungry again to be the best version of yourself. Yeah, I don't know, that's the case with Tyler because he didn't necessarily have that with Jesse and Leipzig. You know, if we're being honest, he didn't have the best moment, Jessie didn't have the best moments. They didn't get the best at each other at Leipzig. But with Tyler Adams, I strictly think it's him. It's how headstrong he can be for himself. Jesse marsh is just a believer. He's a guy that pushes, but he's not the only one he can play for 'cause he did very well with Julian ogles, man. You know? Yeah. He played very well. Played multiple positions for him. So that can be an issue. It's Tyler Adams getting tired atoms focused because at one time Tyler Adams was the best player in his position in Concacaf. He was the best defensive midfielder in Comcast. That's not the case today. Right now it's Edson Alvarez. So can you get himself back to where he was? Can you become the best at his position again? Can he be the leader of the U.S. national needs him to be three months from now? Yeah, that was some good good talk and I'm glad Tyler Adams feels that way about himself because probably that means what we are about to see the best version of Tyler Adams at the right time. Just before the workup. All right, let's run it back again. Josh sergeant

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Kid who he trusts, he knows, but and he's also bringing in Tyler Adams that he's had in Major League Soccer that he was the assistant coach at Leipzig that brought in Tyler Adams to Leipzig and now a player that he had himself while he was coaching at lightsaber as the first team coach. So yes, the narrative will be it's on Jesse, it's on Jesse marsh and if you don't succeed, it's season American. Now, I've been seeing plenty of people online upset with Craig berley because he cracked a joke about blame the Americans, but there's some truth to that. The narrative exists because we see Brendan errands and we see Tyler Adams. We see Jesse marsh and the forty-niners organization that owns leads united. So is it low hanging fruit? Yes it is. Is it true? Yes it is. And will I happen? Yes, it will happen if things don't go well for them. They will start blaming the Americans. So you talk about replacing a legend from the Jesse marsh perspective. I think the same can be said here for Tyler Adams with Calvin Phillips, right? This is an English international who was a leads academy product, like they love this guy. So I think there's some risk there for Tyler Adams. Of course, much more risk on Jesse marsh, right? He's really in his first window going all in on the Americans, specifically with Adams, Leeds were linked to other dudes hurt, like he, if Jesse marsh wanted a safe play, he could have found it elsewhere. He could have found somebody else to play that. I think it says a lot of just how high he is on Tyler Adams, that he didn't need to pick an American, and even though it's a little more risk to him personally, he still bet on Tyler Adams. I think that tells you exactly what you need to know. And if I'm Tyler Adams, I'm expecting not just to start, but to succeed, because you remember that interview we did. One of the first we did on this show. Remember, he got real kind of not mad, but I think he was like bitter at the question when I asked him about position. There is no more question to your point about him playing center back at Leipzig about his position under Jesse marsh. He's going to play his role. So if anywhere, it's got to be here, right? It has to be here for him. It's going to be here, and he will play and he will play in his role, but you have to keep in mind Jesse marsh isn't just looking for a defensive midfielder. He's looking for a leader. He's looking for a captain. That's the type of player that Tyler Adams is for Jesse marsh. Okay, so you like to go down this road of like, the Americans are hated overseas and the British press is very tough. But sometimes there are some fans that really do like Jesse marsh. Can I show you this example? I don't know if this is safe for TV..

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Today, marry beautiful. Living the life, my friend. I'm just trying to look at you guys. Oh, nice. Not quite the same view here, isn't it? Watch that. It's not very good. Well, yes, I think the feeling's mutual there. Will Jesse march be sacked if we need to go down gav. I don't think so I read indication coming from the club is that not that they were budgeting to go down, but they liked marsh, they understand that they've had injuries that there's a particular situation and I think the goal is to try to come back up with Jesse marsh at the helm. That said, it's football, anything can happen. Don't blame me if he's gone in July. Well, that's sitting very much on the fence. Thanks again for that. What are you doing? Wait, what should we do? For Craig, how do you write Google's performance as the Chelsea manager this season? They won the Club World Cup. I'm the only pick up final. Jesus. Well, obviously sad is a huge game. With a little unlucky in a caramel Cup final because we actually played very well, obviously the lost and penalties. But if you think about it, I think pillow sitchin certainly made some cutlet. Yeah. Really pretty simple chances. So that could have been a different story, but it's not. We'll see what happens Saturday then. I just think, yeah, that's not enough ship change, but being sort of 19, 20 points off the top is not something that's going to be sustainable long term. Right. So yeah, I would just say, okay. How would you sum it up, Mario? Okay? No, I think okay, in the situation they are in, you know, we should not question that situation. It's a bit tested really hard this season. I think they came through it. I think that was also one of the things that took didn't always come out with, but I know there was a lot of pressure on the inside. Using the final, like Eric said, the other find any loss is in this final. I think next season will be the season where we will see can you close the gap with the top two because if you have another gap like this, then you can have a question and also regarding what the recruitment will be what are they going to bring into a fancy team? Mario Tuco comes to you and asks you what is Chelsea's strongest front.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"A little bit. Absolutely. So well said that is it for this Spotify greenroom. We should mention rods that we have a Jesse marsh podcast special presented by camera tequila dropping Thursday afternoon in the television special with the new leads manager that comes out this Sunday on peacock can not wait for this rod so proud of you and those interviews pulling that off so quickly so good. But let's shut this thing down, roger. Can you give us a toast? Wrap it a lot. Did Jesse marsh interview is amazing. He's an amazing human being. Please watch it. Please listen to it. Please share it. He's an he will make you feel great about American football. And I want to raise this shot of jagermeister, this bolt of human emotion in the shot glass, not to an American again, we've talked a lot about that over the past 87 hours of this green room, but to Christian Eriksen. 291 days after collapsing on the field with a cardiac arrest and actually medically being dead for minutes. He walked back onto that same field where it happened the park and stadium in coupon hog and yesterday and made the same Danish crowd explode with joy as they witnessed him scurry goal on the very same field. I mean, superhuman performance and I draw so much inspiration from that man. He now seems to take to the field as if he takes nothing for granted and wants to make every moment matter. And I just say it's that attitude American fans, let's now make every moment matter. Let's take nothing for granted. Let's see for every second. Let's bring that energy to everything we do in life. Oh, beautiful rush. Was that a snack? Take that Gloria. Between. I got a rocket. Can you find America? Love your day. Now let's go..

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"American coaching ways. Don't say that. Bravo Jesse marsh is going to keep him up. I think he's going to struggle because I'm going to be able to the last few weeks defensively they've been all over the place and he had to come in and he had to make them tight. And I thought he did that against Leslie in the first game. They looked better organized. They looked as though they had a good game plan. But against Aston Villa, it all went horribly wrong for them. They were picked off. They didn't defend very well. They then lost faith in what they were doing. The crowd got behind them in the second half, but were against them in the first half. It's going to be a big call for him to keep them up, I think. Shaka based on what we've seen two games so far with Jesse marsh, you think you can keep leads up? Let me tell you what I saw against Aston Villa. He is praying for a miracle and praying for America from somebody else to keep that side up because as much as when he came in and he talked about guessing leads to be better defensively, I thought that was the most basic and awful of game plans I'd seen. All Aston Villa did was Martinez get a goal kick, play it to one of the wingbacks, leads with all press forward and Aston Villa would just launch it over the press and before V four. All game long and I thought, at some point, somebody's got to figure this out. Somebody, it was the most basic schoolboy of approaches that I've seen. And albeit they have points right now and points are harder to get. At the bottom of the table, leads have lost their last 6. I mean, how does it stop? What are your show against Aston Villa? Gave me no kind of hope. If I'm a lead fan, I am a new kind of belief that this team has the ability to always good enough to steal. Great stuff, guys, plenty more on our ESPN FC YouTube.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"American coaching ways. Don't say that. Bravo Jesse marsh is going to keep him up. I think he's going to struggle because I'm going to be able to the last few weeks defensively they've been all over the place and he had to come in and he had to make them tight. And I thought he did that against Leslie in the first game. They looked better organized. They looked as though they had a good game plan. But against Aston Villa, it all went horribly wrong for them. They were picked off. They didn't defend very well. They then lost faith in what they were doing. The crowd got behind them in the second half, but were against them in the first half. It's going to be a big call for him to keep them up, I think. Shaka based on what we've seen two games so far with Jesse marsh, you think you can keep leads up? Let me tell you what I saw against Aston Villa. He is praying for a miracle and praying for America from somebody else to keep that side up because as much as when he came in and he talked about guessing leads to be better defensively, I thought that was the most basic and awful of game plans I'd seen. All Aston Villa did was Martinez get a goal kick, play it to one of the wingbacks, leads with all press forward and Aston Villa would just launch it over the press and before V four. All game long and I thought, at some point, somebody's got to figure this out. Somebody, it was the most basic schoolboy of approaches that I've seen. And albeit they have points right now and points are harder to get. At the bottom of the table, leads have lost their last 6. I mean, how does it stop? What are your show against Aston Villa? Gave me no kind of hope. If I'm a lead fan, I am a new kind of belief that this team has the ability to always good enough to steal. Great stuff, guys, plenty more on our ESPN FC YouTube.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"They are more or less likely to catch city. It changes often. Today, today changes in often. I can tell you that they went at the base. I can tell you about the lane, you know, obviously it's easy to things that didn't go well. But right now, the one. And right now, that's ultimate matters until they get to play Manchester City. Then every single thing that they do will have to be perfect. It doesn't have to be. Well, they have to win every game, but when I say perfect, they can get away with it with some of the teams that they're going to be playing between now and Manchester City. If they make the mistakes that they did particularly in this game against Manchester City, then they'll get punished. And that's the difference between that game and a lot of the other stage in the Premier League. Sometimes you don't get punished, where something pony, but as I said, they've got some games to sort that out before they face Manchester City. And what probably will be the desire for me. Tight, isn't it at the top of the table and in the relegation zone as well as we saw today leads lose by one goal to nil against a Leicester Harvey Barnes goal proving to be decisive between the two sides. This is a much improved performance from Leeds under the tenure of Jesse marsh, his first game in charge, Stevie. A lot of positives to take from it, but in the end, zero points. Yeah, I've seen it so many times. You know, this game, you just.

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Clubs. Let's hear what he had to say. Yeah, I think there's probably a stigma. I'm not sure Ted Lasso helped. I haven't watched the show, but I get it. I get it. Like, people hate hearing the word soccer. They hate hearing, you know. I mean, I've used the word football since I was a football professional football player. I think more and more in the states were adapting to what the game here is in England and our connection with what this league is and what the culture of the sport is in this country. You know, I can understand that they don't think that we have the experiences that can be created here in Europe. Frankly, they're right. Right? I mean, it was the reason I came to Europe. It was the reason I learned German. It was the reason I tried to adapt to new cultures. This is the 5th country I've coached football in. So, and it takes me out of my comfort zone every time. It challenges me to grow and develop and learn new things. I'm very open to that. I'm very cognizant of the fact that I'm not perfect, and I don't want to be. And all I can say is the only way I know how to do things is to go all in to give everything I have to believe in who I am to believe in the people that I work with and to try to maximize what we are every day. And I find if you can do that effectively that you can be incredibly surprised with the human spirit and what you can achieve. So that sounds like Ted Lasso, I think, from what I've heard. Yeah, just believe. Don, you're impressed with what you heard from Jesse marsh. I was very much sorry he wasn't on the defensive he was quite humorous, he was quite funny. I think you can see that is genuine as well. He's obviously an intelligent manager. And everything he would be saying is right, you know? He speaks 5 different languages. He's worked incredibly hard to get this big job at Leeds. He could have come across. I think that I think the question that was a little bit loaded and that we're trying to be a bit smarmy towards him, but I thought he batted it off really well. He could have went on the defenses. He could have looked a little bit awkward, the interview could have been awkward, but I think in the end, I think he had everyone laughing. I think he's very, very smart guy. And I think if you're a leads fan tuning in, you're getting your first impressions of your new manager. I think that would be quite happy. Yeah, so there we go. Jesse marsh in at Leeds and so far, Don is impressed with what he's heard from the new manager, or we'll see how the results play out, and we wish him the best of luck..

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"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

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02:19 min | 11 months ago

"jesse marsh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The only difference maybe is the defensive cues. Not man Markey and more zoning more often plays more off cues off a sequences, that'll change, but this is an ideal situation for Jesse marsh. Listen, not too many people get a chance to be a part of a Premier League setup. If you have that type of opportunity, especially for a guy like Jesse Marshall, you take it. You heard that last little cue right there. We mentioned his accent. And I've always said and you know this. I'm a big proponent that the American passport plays against the players, the managers when it comes to Europe. No more than in the Premier League. Look, it's not ideal. It is a good landing spot. I gotta say, I'm pretty surprised her because when Jesse marsh goes out of RB Leipzig, the way that he does, I don't think a lot of us were saying, all right, his next job is going to be in the Premier League. I think this is we have to say in some way, this is a surprise. You gave a lot of reasons why you think it's an ideal landing spot. Let me give you a few why. I think it's not. I don't think going into a relegation fight is ideal for a manager, right? They're 16th right now. They're two points from the drop zone. And the two teams that are directly behind them have two games in hand. So there's a lot of work to do for Jesse marsh. It's a very pressure situation, not that RB Leipzig wasn't, but I think so even more here, right? You're talking about surviving in the Premier League. Okay. A couple other reasons. He's following as he mentioned in that interview, an absolute club legend. They love him there. He's the guy that after 16 years away from the Premier League, got them there. So I think to me, you don't ever want to be the guy that follows the guy following bielsa is not going to be easier. The one thing I'll say is this too. It's not just that he's American herc. It's that the ownership is American. Let's not forget about how this team is owned by the San Francisco forty-niners. If you go back to bob Bradley's time at Swansea, yes, they picked on bob Bradley because he was an American. I think it hurt him double because the ownership at Swansea, much like the ownership here. It leads united, was also American. So it's not just an American coach. It's an American coach brought in by American owners. And that worries me for Jesse marsh because we know if the fans turn against you, that's when you get in trouble. Let's get to brass tax time here, hurt. He's got 12 games left. You think Jesse marsh is gonna save leads united from relegation? Um, that's the $1 million question, right? But if we get more than that more than a $1 million a lot, you're right, but parachute payments at the championship will get you back up if you're smart.

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