Official: Leipzig parts ways with coach Marsch – New coach to be announced soon

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Beierlorzer takes over for the moment  

RB Leipzig and Jesse Marsch have parted ways by mutual agreement. This was announced by the Bundesliga club on Sunday. The separation was the result of an in-depth analysis and intensive discussion after the match against Union Berlin, Leipzig said in a club statement.

“It was not easy for us to part company with Jesse Marsch, because I hold Jesse in high regard as a person and as a coach,” RB Leipzig CEO Oliver Mintzlaff said in a club statement. “It is a shame that things did not work out as we had hoped with this setup, and that this step has now become necessary. Unfortunately, the development we were hoping for and the results needed to achieve our goals for the season have not been achieved. We are currently running short of our own expectations and with this decision we want to create a new impulse.”

The parting is also not easy for Jesse Marsch: “I am very grateful to be part of the Red Bull family and to have been given this opportunity! Up until the very end, I remained hopeful that after a troubled start to the season and inconsistent performances, we would find more cohesion and stability as a group and turn our fortunes around. Unfortunately, we didn’t manage to do that.”

March last, Vogel first: RB Leipzig’s coach by points average

Jesse Marsch | 01.07.2021 – 05.12.2021 | 21 matches | Ø 1,33

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Achim Beierlorzer | 11.02.2015 – 30.06.2015 | 15 matches | Ø 1,40

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Ralph Hasenhüttl | 01.07.2016 – 16.05.2018 | 83 matches | Ø 1,69

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Tomas Oral | 01.07.2010 – 30.06.2011 | 34 matches | Ø 1,88

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Ralf Rangnick | 09.07.2018 – 30.06.2019 | 52 matches | Ø 1,92

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Julian Nagelsmann | 01.07.2019 – 30.06.2021 | 95 matches | Ø 1,94

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Ralf Rangnick | 01.07.2015 – 30.06.2016 | 36 matches | Ø 1,94

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Alexander Zorniger | 03.07.2012 – 11.02.2015 | 93 matches | Ø 2,04

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Peter Pacult | 01.07.2011 – 03.07.2012 | 36 matches | Ø 2,11

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Tino Vogel | 01.07.2009 – 30.06.2010 | 30matches | Ø 2,67

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Marsch with the weakest point average at RB Leipzig

In the Bundesliga, RB Leipzig is currently only in a disappointing eleventh place. In the Champions League, it is only a matter of finishing third place to be allowed to spend the winter in the Europa League. Marsch, meanwhile, has the weakest points average of all RB coaches in history with 1.33 points per game.

Until a successor is found, current co-coach Achim Beierlorzer will take over at Leipzig. This will also be the case for the upcoming Champions League match against Manchester City.




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