Leeds United supervisor Jesse Marsch says he is working with a ‘particular’ group of gamers at Elland Highway after his aspect’s come-from-behind victory over Wolves on the opening weekend of the Premier League.
Marsch’s aspect fell behind inside six minutes from a Daniel Podence strike, however they struck again halfway by means of the primary half by way of Rodrigo.
Wolves defender Rayan Ait-Nouri then turned Patrick Bamford’s cross into his personal web with 16 minutes remaining to finish the turnaround for Leeds.
And Marsch believes the outcome was testomony to his aspect’s character, relationship again to the difficulties of final season.
“The fact is the work was embedded within the stress of final season,” mentioned the Leeds boss. “It was tough to implement issues the way in which that we needed to.
“There’s lots of work to go to get to the place I see us, however the work daily is superb from the lads. They’re a particular group and the brand new guys have added to it.”
The American handed debuts to 4 gamers, with Brenden Aaronson forcing the profitable personal purpose, and the Leeds boss says he was happy with their respective contributions.
“We talked so much with the staff concerning the degree of the Premier League,” added Marsch. “It is arduous to imitate that in coaching.
“[Marc] Roca at Bayern Munich learnt the behaviours about what we love to do in opposition to the ball and his adaptation has gone easily.
“Aaronson’s purpose has been given as an personal purpose, however he was energetic all match.
“Rasmus [Kristensen] was unfortunate on the purpose. He defended nicely, ran arduous and confirmed good selections with the ball.”