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Andrea Radrizzani looks forward with Jesse Marsch after Leeds retain Premier League status

Leeds chairman Andrea Radrizzani believes head coach Jesse Marsch is “the man to take this club forward” after they retained their Premier League status.Marsch’s side won 2-1 at Brentford on the final day and in bettering Burnley’s result at home against Newcastle – the Clarets lost 2-1 – Leeds survived.Majority shareholder Radrizzani said in a statement: “Staying in the Premier League was our objective this year and we’ve managed to obtain our top-flight status, but this is not success and improvements are needed.“As a board we will work hard with Jesse Marsch this summer to improve the squad and find a way...
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How Andrea Radrizzani And The 49ers Scored With Leeds United

Since Andrea Radrizzani bought Leeds United for $100 million in 2017, the value of the English soccer team has increased nearly five-fold. On the latest episode of the YES Network’s Forbes SportsMoney show (video below), Radrizzani discussed his strategy for Leeds, the importance of his partnership with the owners of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and how it all fits into the big game plan for his Aser Ventures.
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Andrea Radrizzani hopes to bring elite European football back to Leeds

Leeds chairman Andrea Radrizzani is hoping to bring European football to an expanded Elland Road inside three years.Radrizzani’s club are now in their second season back in the Premier League after finally ending a 16-year absence from the top flight by winning promotion from the Championship in 2020.Leeds impressed by securing a ninth-placed finish last term and, with plans also afoot to increase the stadium’s 37,890 capacity, Radrizzani is now aiming higher.The dream is to play in European nights in a bigger stadium in two or three years.Andrea RadrizzaniThe Italian told Sky Sports: “Our goal is to maintain (our place)...

Marcelo Bielsa talks up Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani

Marcelo Bielsa cites Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani as a key factor in his decision to remain in English football.Bielsa is in his fourth season as head coach at Elland Road after accepting Radrizzani’s challenge to help end the club’s 16-year Premier League exile in 2018.The 66-year-old Argentinian, whose side play Liverpool at home on Sunday, signed another one-year deal in August.Bielsa said: “We see how Leeds is managed, the decisions that the owner has taken, the way that the owner has managed this club is contradictory (to the norm).“He invests in the foundation, in technology for the foundation, in a...
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Former Leeds chairman Gerald Krasner praises current owner Andrea Radrizzani

Former Leeds chairman Gerald Krasner, who rescued the club from the brink of liquidation 17 years ago, has expressed his admiration for current owner Andrea Radrizzani. Krasner was chairman when Leeds were last in the Premier League after salvaging them from administration in 2004, but could not save them from relegation.
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Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani explains his team's success, welcomes San Francisco 49ers investment, and more

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani knows that this is only the beginning for his proud club. As manager Marcelo Bielsa's side continues to not only entertain in the Premier League, but, more impressively, fight for a spot in the top half of the table, Leeds are not bowing to anyone. After being absent from top flight football for 16 years, this season has been quite the return to the upper echelons of the English game.