Marcelo Pilsa has been fired as Leeds manager

Marcelo Pilsa has been fired as Leeds manager

Leeds United have announced that they are stepping down as manager of Argentina’s Marcelo Pizza club after three and a half years.

That’s the England team Sixteenth in the Premier League, they have four consecutive defeats and are just two points above the knockout zone.

The club praised him as their coach since June 2018, saying, “He changed the fortunes of the team and in his first season he took them to the Championship playoffs.”

In his second campaign, he said, “Bylsa won where he had lost earlier, led the club to the championship title by 10 points and was promoted to the Premier League for the first time in 16 years.”

“Leeds finished ninth in the club’s return to first place, with the most points scored by a newly promoted team in the Premier League after the 2000/01 campaign,” it added.

On the other hand, “This season has been tough and the team has only won five in the Premier League.”

Leeds United President Andrea Radrissani said: “Given how successful Marcelo has been, this has been the hardest decision I’ll ever make during my tenure at the club.

“Under Marcelo, we had three incredible campaigns and good times returned to Eland Road. He changed the culture of the club and brought the winning mentality to all of us. This ad will be remembered by fans for a long time to come,” Rodriguez continued.

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The Leeds chairman added: “However, I think I have to act with the club’s interest in mind We need a change now to protect our status in the Premier League. Recent results and performance have not met our expectations. “

Football director Victor Orda of Spain added, “Since he came to Leeds United, Marcelo has made a huge impact at the club, on a scale I have never seen before.

“He created a legacy, oversaw major infrastructure improvements at Thorpe Arch, brought fans and players together, and provided a clear path for young players to switch to the first team,” Orda added.

“The special moments we have experienced in recent years are the best in my career, but we can not hide from the recent results,” Orda concluded.

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