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Jesse Marsch out at RB Leipzig: American coach sacked during underwhelming first season

American coach Jesse Marsch has parted ways with RB Leipzig, the Bundesliga side confirmed Sunday. A run of three straight league defeats proved to be too much for the Leipzig hierarchy to continue to back Marsch, who had taken the vacant head coaching post in the summer after Julian Nagelsmann's move to Bayern Munich. Highly regarded within the Red Bull system, the 48-year-old had previously coached New York Red Bulls and Red Bull Salzburg before moving up to the top job in the club group.
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Leipzig bring down the curtain on Marsch’s unhappy tenure

Berlin (AFP) – RB Leipzig said Sunday that coach Jesse Marsch is leaving his job with immediate effect, amid a disappointing season for the ambitious Bundesliga side. The 48-year-old American had come under increasing pressure due to a series of poor results, with Friday’s 2-1 loss to Union Berlin — their third successive Bundesliga defeat — proving the final straw.
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Jim Curtin: 'We will make our fans proud'

On the eve of the Eastern Conference final against New York City FC, the host Philadelphia Union confirmed it had 11 players out due to MLS’s health and safety protocols. They included six players who started in the shootout win over Nashville SC in the semifinals -- goalkeeper Andre Blake, defenders Alvas Powell, Jack Elliott, Jakob Glesnes and Kai Wagner and midfielder and captain Alejandro Bedoya -- and two subs -- Cory Burke and Sergio Santos.
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Jesse Marsch out as RB Leipzig coach after five months

Jesse Marsch’s long path through the Red Bull organization to its highest point took years to travel, but the American is out after just five months at the peak. RB Leipzig has parted ways with the former USMNT player after just 21 matches across all competitions, with Leipzig sitting 11th on the Bundesliga table and headed out of the Champions League.
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BREAKING NEWS: Jesse Marsch and RB Leipzig Part Company

Montreal Impact’s first-ever coach in MLS has parted company with the RB Leipzig following the club’s sixth defeat in 14 Bundesliga matches this season. Timo Baumgartl’s 56th minute winner yesterday for sixth-placed Union Berlin left Leipzig languishing in mid-table and appears to have sealed Marsch’s fate, only days before he was to face Manchester City in the Champions League.

American Marsch out after five months at Leipzig

American coach Jesse Marsch is out at RB Leipzig after just five months in charge of the Bundesliga club. The 48-year-old moved as a replacement for Bayern Munich-bound Julian Nagelsmann from FC Salzburg in the summer but has struggled with a difficult start to the campaign. – ESPN FC 100:...

Jesse Marsch leaves RB Leipzig after five months in charge

RB Leipzig have “mutually agreed” to part ways with head coach Jesse Marsch after a disappointing start to the season. © Provided by 90min Jesse Marsch’s rein at Leipzig is over | Sebastian Widmann/GettyImages. The 48-year-old had only been in the role for five months, having succeeded Julian Nagelsmann in...

Philadelphia Union vs NYC FC: LIVE Score Updates (0-0)

Philadelphia Union finished Zone A in 3rd place with 54 points from 34 matches played (14-12-8), while New York City FC finished in 4th place with 51 points from 34 matches played (14-9-11). 2:44 PMan hour ago. The fans present at the stadium!. The home team's fans are already making...
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RB Leipzig have decided to fire American manager Jesse Marsch, per report

After three consecutive Bundesliga defeats, RB Leipzig's loss to Union Berlin could be the straw that broke the camel's back. The side went behind in the sixth minute due to a goal from Taiwo Awoniyi, creating another match where they would have to climb back into things. Leipzig did get one back via Christopher Nkunku scoring from outside the box, but they collapsed on a corner to allow Timo Baumgartl to score the eventual winner for Union Berlin. This caused RB Leipzig Head of Soccer Oliver Mintzlaff to say to DAZN, "It's a catastrophic performance."