Leeds appoint former Leipzig boss Marsch as manager
01 March 2022 | 12:40 pm
In a statement, the club said Marsch had signed a deal as head coach that will run until June 2025. Pending international clearance the 48-year-old American's first game in charge will be Saturday's trip to Leicester City.
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