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MIKE MARSH JOINS TOWN’S NEW COACHING TEAM

9 November 2015

Ex-Liverpool coach arrives at HTAFC

- Mike Marsh joins Huddersfield Town
- Marsh worked at Liverpool under Brendan Rodgers
- Latest appointment in David Wagner's First Team setup

Mike Marsh has today joined Huddersfield Town as a Coach in David Wagner’s new-look First Team technical staff.
 
The 46 year-old most recently worked at Liverpool in the Premier League, where he was First Team Coach under Brendan Rodgers for two years before leaving The Reds in June 2015.

Brendan Rodgers appointed Marsh as First Team Coach in May 2013. In 2013/14 Liverpool enjoyed a memorable season, finishing as Premier League runners-up and qualifying for the Champions League. Marsh left at the end of the following season as back room changes took place.

Before moving up to the Liverpool First Team, he initially worked with the Club’s Under-16s. A move up to the Under-18s then followed; in that time he worked with the likes of Tom Ince, Conor Coady, Andre Wisdom and Jon Flanagan.
 
Primarily a midfielder during his playing days, Marsh was part of the Liverpool side that won the FA Cup in 1992 and also played for the likes of West Ham United, Coventry City, Galatasaray and Southend United.

A serious knee injury curtailed his professional career, so Mike went onto play for several non-league clubs; winning the Conference title twice with Kidderminster Harriers and Boston United.
 
Upon retiring, Marsh joined the coaching staff at Southport and went on to work for Northwich Victoria and Bradford Park Avenue before the Liverpool Academy in 2009 as Under-16 Coach. He moved up to the Under-18s in 2010 before his appointment as First Team Coach under Brendan Rogers in June 2013.


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