[The Athletic] Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch wants his struggling side to take inspiration from the likes of Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Muhammad Ali in their attempt to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

  1. In 1933, Gandhi thought of untouchability as the bigger evil, and felt it necessary to first abolish the caste system and “cross the other bridge later.” For a long time, then, his fight was restricted to the caste system, though he did not rule out a later time to struggle against the varna order.

  2. I think we have come to a point where went too far with anti-yank agenda and let the English become too arrogant and obnoxious. Jesus Christ, finish this team off so we can have some decency back here. The English are by far worse than the American people on here. I'd rather you're a bit ignorant about the history of this sport than that you become such an entitled and vocal group of people.

  3. It's very interesting to me that he would want his side to take inspiration from these high profile names considering his team is absolutely shit filled with nothing more than average players. Jesse could bring God himself to these players and they would still be absolutely shit.

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