The Yorkshire giants have not won a Premier League game since 21st August and slumped to a 3-2 loss at home to Fulham on Sunday.


Many Leeds fans have made clear their displeasure at the situation and some expected the board to act and bring down the curtain on the American’s reign.



However, Leeds are not changing their outlook on Marsch and as of Monday are continuing to back him.


They expect the former Montreal Impact boss to lead the team into their weekend encounter against Liverpool, which is next on the agenda.



Marsch, 48, is determined to try to turn around Leeds’ form and has shown little sign of looking to walk away from Elland Road.


He lasted from July until December at his previous job with RB Leipzig, taking charge of 21 gams with a win percentage of 38.



At Leeds, Marsch’s win percentage is worse, with the American only having led the Whites to wins in 29 per cent of the games he has taken charge of.


Marcelo Bielsa’s win percentage at Leeds sits at over 47 per cent.