Newly-appointed Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner is set to add former Liverpool and West Ham United midfielder Mike Marsh to his backroom staff, according to the Express.
Marsh had been a coach at Liverpool but was let go in the summer by ex-Reds boss Brendan Rodgers, as part of a reshuffle that also saw assistant manager Colin Pascoe leave Anfield.
The 46-year-old worked his way up through the coaching ranks on Merseyside, first starting out mentoring the under-16 side before moving up to an under-18 coach then eventually to a first-team coach.
Wagner left his position of manager of the Borussia Dortmund U23 side in order to take over at Huddersfield after the Terriers sacked Chris Powell.
The first three games for Wagner is a baptism of fire. His first match in charge will be away at Sheffield Wednesday before a clash with high-fliers Middlesbrough (home) and Birmingham City (away).
Huddersfield sit 19th the Championship with 15 points from 16 matches, and Wagner will be hoping to change their fortunes in the club’s next match.
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