It has been a tough campaign for Leeds in the Premier League this season as they remain locked in a relegation fight and could slip down the Championship if results elsewhere do not go their way.


In a season which has seen a managerial change, players suffering long-term injuries, fans turning against the club’s hierarchy, while futures of several stars remain under the scanner, Whites boss Marsch is looking to lead his team to a win against Brentford on Sunday in the season finale, and give them the best chance of avoiding relegation.



Leeds legend Dorigo insisted that Marsch’s sole job going into the Bees clash is to ensure that there is a clear positive atmosphere inside the squad, despite the precarious situation in which the club have found themselves.


Dorigo expressed his strong belief that Marsch will be able to get his side into the right mentality and the players will show their spirit for Leeds and go into Sunday’s clash with the best possible mindset to get a win.



“Jesse Marsch’s job is to keep everything else pushed aside, anything that isn’t positive, for this one game at Brentford”, Dorigo wrote in his Yorkshire Evening Post column.


“That’s his sole job. I think he’ll get that done and the players will show their spirit.



“They might not be showing wonderfully fluid football that we’ve seen before, but spirit is what they always show.


“They’ve got guts and they dig in when things go wrong. It’s easy to waver at times like this, but our boys haven’t done that.


“Marsch has to set them up to go and win on Sunday.


“It’s not a gung-ho thing but it’s important that our plans are to contain and control Brentford and to go and score and win.”


Leeds’ fellow relegation candidates Everton and Burnley each have a game in hand over the Whites and both of them will be in action on Thursday, the Toffees taking on Crystal Palace while the Clarets facing Aston Villa.