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MARSH TO DEPART HTAFC FOR ENGLAND ROLE

9 April 2016

Coach to leave at the end of the campaign

- Mike Marsh set for new England U17 coaching role
- Coach will depart HTAFC at end of 2015/16
- Comments from Head Coach David Wagner

Huddersfield Town can confirm that Coach Mike Marsh will leave his role at the Club at the end of the 2015/16 Sky Bet Championship campaign.

Mike, who joined the Terriers upon the appointment of David Wagner as the new Head Coach in November 2015, will leave to take up a new role with England’s Under-17 side. 

Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner commented:

“Mike will finish with us at the end of this season, which we’ve known for a few weeks.

“He has received a very interesting offer from the English FA and I think I have to accept his decision to work for his country.

“I am very happy that we found him, as he has helped me a lot in understanding English football culture. We will wish him all the best.

“Now we will find an alternative, like we found him. We are looking for exactly the same kind of coach, although we might not find the same character as everyone is an individual. It will be a coach who helps us on the pitch, as Marshy does, and who has good contact with the players as well.

“We have enough time to make a good decision on an appointment. To be the new First Team Coach of Huddersfield Town in this exciting period is a good job!

“Firstly, we still have a few weeks to go together and quite a few points to collect. This is our first target.”

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