49ers plan to improve “Championship-level” Leeds United infrastructure left from Radz era –

Leeds United is still in the early stages of their ownership by 49ers Enterprises, and significant changes are on the horizon in the months and years to come. Currently, Leeds, managed by Daniel Farke, are in a strong position for promotion from the Championship, holding fifth place and showing consistent improvement.

The 49ers are eager to witness the club’s immediate promotion to the Premier League, but they recognize that substantial work is required off the field to transform the club into a “Premier League quality” entity.

The latest updates from The Athletic’s Phil Hay shed light on developments behind the scenes at Elland Road as Companies House releases official boardroom changes. The ownership transition from Andrea Radrizzani to Paraag Marathe and his team has been officially confirmed, and the transfer of shares to Elland Road Ltd is anticipated shortly.

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The 49ers are set to implement significant changes throughout the organization, aiming to rectify the issues that led to Leeds’ relegation from the Premier League after a three-year stint. Paraag Marathe is prioritizing necessary amendments.

According to Hay, the 49ers’ perspective is that while Leeds had been a Premier League team for three consecutive seasons, much of their infrastructure remains at a Championship level. The goal is to ensure that if and when the club regains Premier League status, they possess the necessary resources, personnel, and strategic acumen to maintain that status.

Leeds’ recent efforts with Elland Road and other aspects have fallen short of the club’s ambitious aspirations. It’s contradictory to aim for a top-six position in five years while neglecting the stadium and the first-team squad to the extent that relegation becomes a risk. Under Andrea Radrizzani, only one aspect met Premier League standards, and that was Marcelo Bielsa, not the squad, ownership, stadium, or overall planning.

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