Fri 11 November 2022 | 19:38

Jesse Marsch surprisingly doesn’t care about the World Cup

Leeds manager Jesse Marsch claims to be indifferent about international football and the upcoming World Cup

Jesse Marsch has some interesting comments about the

World Cup

and international football in general. The American tactician says he doesn’t care who wins the World Cup when he was asked about the upcoming tournament and potential winners.

"I don’t care,"

Marsch said.

"I find international football interesting, but I’m fully immersed in club football and they’re like two different sports almost. So again, I just want our guys to do well so maybe the USA, shouldI pick the USA to win?

“I think all of us are Americans, first of all, are very optimistic about our team and our young talent. The group is manageable but not easy and I think everyone in the U.S., anytime we play England, everyone gets really excited. So I will be watching that match.

"I will be cheering for the U.S and I know it will take their absolute best performance to have a chance. But I think that’s one of the things that’s uniquely American is that sense of fearlessness and we almost thrive and enjoy the moments when things are the hardest and when everyone expects us to lose, so we’ll see. It won’t be easy. I’m looking forward to it."

Marsch’s men

have somewhat risen above their recent struggles by winning 2 consecutive games against Liverpool and Bournemouth recently and are out of the relegation zone.



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