Premier League: Raul almost replaces Bielsa on Leeds bench

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Following the sacking of Marcelo Bielsa in late February, Leeds looked to replace Raul, who currently heads Real Madrid’s reserve.

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The track had gone under the radar and finally emerged only two months later. When Marcelo Bielsa was sacked on 27 February, Leeds leaders considered signing Raul as coach. As for the Spanish legend, currently at the head of Real Madrid, he eventually preferred Jesse Marsh, the former Leipziger who is still in office today.

This was disclosed by the Spanish newspaper Marca. Ral rose to the top of Castilla in 2020 with an immediate result. Notably, they won the Youth League in their first year for the first time in the club’s history. Qualified as a tough and tough coach, his profile was targeted by many European clubs, without much success. This season, he is currently ranked 12th in Segunda División B, where reserve play.

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team’s first goal

He will likely aim to lead the first team in place of Carlo Ancelotti. After Zinedine Zidane left, its leaders recognized that it was still too early for such a change and selected a more experienced profile. “I decided to become a coach, I work for the club and I try to prepare myself, he explained in March. Time will tell … I enjoy and I learn, and I am working for the club.” I am available for everything.”

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So for the time being, Raul would prefer to stay at Real. To raise the bar, Leeds appealed to Marsh, who is in a good position to allow the club to sustain itself: six days from the end, Peacock have an eight-point lead over Burnley, having lost one match. With is the first relegation player. In addition to this.

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Corentin Parboud The Indian Paper Journalist

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