By Kevin Campbell

6th Sep, 2022 | 5:35pm

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Kevin Campbell has claimed Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch needs to “earn the respect” of Premier League officials.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Arsenal and Everton striker said the 48-year-old “overstepped the mark” with his actions on the touchline against Brentford.

Marsch was shown a red card after protesting the officials decision not to award Crysencio Summerville a penalty in the second half of their loss to Brentford.

On Tuesday (6 September), the FA charged the Whites boss for his actions.

He has until Friday to respond.

When asked by Football Insider for his assessment of the development, Campbell said: “Marsch kicks every ball.

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“To be fair, I like him. I think he is doing a really good job at Leeds.

“Jesse Marsch is not one of those established managers who get up to antics on the sidelines and get the benefit of the doubt. He has not earned that yet. When he causes trouble on the sidelines they are going to punish him.

“There are certain managers who act up on the touchline and don’t even get carded.

“Marsch wears his heart on his sleeve. He believes in what he is doing at Leeds with this team.

“He may have overstepped the mark a little bit. You have to earn respect in the Premier League.

“Maybe he overstepped the mark with the fourth official and the referee. That is why he got a red card.”

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