Manchester United head coach Erik Ten Hag feels Leeds United sacking Jesse Marsch will not improve the club’s fortunes.
The Dutchman believes that sacking Marsch will not instantly improve results for Leeds United. He also mentioned that decision makers at club level are too hasty when making coaching appointments.
‘It’s always sad if a manager is a colleague and gets sacked, in general I don’t believe in it that if you sack a manager you get better results,’ said Ten Hag.
‘Most of the time, it doesn’t work. Let managers do their work, finish their work and then make a good evaluation.
‘Obviously, the pressure is high with the decision makers in football clubs and they turn.
‘But if you see the facts, you see the stats, most of the time it doesn’t work out well.’
Ten Hag is currently having a great debut season with Man United in third place in the league, they face Leeds midweek and on Sunday.