Leeds United Supporters’ Club welcomes Jesse Marsch as the new head coach of Leeds United. Although we all have a heavy heart we pledge our full support to Jesse Marsch as he looks to take the team forward.
Leeds United Supporters’ Club thanks Marcelo Bielsa for his time at Leeds United and the kindnesses he has chosen to show the Supporters Club in our dealings with him.
Our first season in the Premier League saw us finish in 9th position and the thrilling football had all the pundits raving. Leeds were the most entertaining team to watch. Football is meant to be seen live and the one disappointment was that we had to make do with watching the games on television due to the pandemic.
2021/22 once again saw fans back at games, but the team never quite made the same impact. A horrendous list of injuries meant that we rarely played the same team twice.
A small squad and injuries to the likes of Phillips, Bamford, Koch, Llorente, Rodrigo, Ayling, Cooper etc did not help.
Even during the lean times he would never look for excuses and fully accept the blame when we did not win, such a honourable man.
Managers come and go, but it is sad to say goodbye to Marcelo.
It was a pleasure to have him at Leeds and we wish him the very best of luck in his future ventures.
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Always Leeds - Always Loyal
Leeds United Supporters Club was founded in 1919 and is the largest independent paying membership Leeds United Supporters group.
We have no political affiliation, and are entirely self funding. Our sole aim is to support Leeds United in the manner we see fit.
Proud to sponsor Kalvin Phillips
Even prouder to congratulate him on his England call-up! The first we are sure of many!
Leeds United Supporters Club is delighted that our sponsored player, Kalvin Phillips, has a agreed a new long term contract with the club. We have been proud to sponsor Kalvin over several seasons now. We wish him all the best in his efforts, along with the rest of the squad, to be playing with Leeds United at the highest level next season.
Leeds United Supporters’ Club is concerned regarding an increase in racist and offensive chanting at football matches. There is no place in football for racist or offensive behaviour. We welcome the inclusion of all fans from all areas of society. We encourage diversity and request that fans stand together, respect the beliefs of others and refrain from indecent chanting of any form.