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Jesse Marsch to RB Salzburg Official


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Good for him, always liked Jesse.

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He got the fuck out at the right time

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Is this an accurate title? Wasn't he with Salzburg the entire time, just not yet head coach? If not, that's bizarre to me.



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Is this an accurate title? Wasn't he with Salzburg the entire time, just not yet head coach? If not, that's bizarre to me.

Nope, he was with Leipzig as the main assistant to Rangnick. For what it's worth, they are on their way to making Champions League and are having a very good year.

 

He'll go to Salzburg and do a good job as well although I wouldn't judge much on this first half-season.



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Nope, he was with Leipzig as the main assistant to Rangnick. For what it's worth, they are on their way to making Champions League and are having a very good year.

 

He'll go to Salzburg and do a good job as well although I wouldn't judge much on this first half-season.

Ah, that's right. Didn't everyone expect him to eventually coach Leipzig? This is a far cry away from Leipzig!



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Ah, that's right. Didn't everyone expect him to eventually coach Leipzig? This is a far cry away from Leipzig!

they've had a coach in waiting for a year.  Thats why Ragnick was interim head coach.

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Ah, that's right. Didn't everyone expect him to eventually coach Leipzig? This is a far cry away from Leipzig!


Nope. They've had their 2019-20 manager lined up for a year.

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Don't care, fuck him for exiting the way he did.


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Don't care, fuck him for exiting the way he did.


Seconded. What Coach leaves during a winning (and possibly championship) season? Disgraceful.

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Seconded. What Coach leaves during a winning (and possibly championship) season? Disgraceful.

A coach that is told by the person that is paying him that he is being relocated or he could find a new job. You know, like every other working person in the world. Enough with all the butt hurt nonsense.


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A coach that is told by the person that is paying him that he is being relocated or he could find a new job. You know, like every other working person in the world. Enough with all the butt hurt nonsense.

Not just relocated, but promoted, presumably with a corresponding raise and definitely with better future career opportunities. How dare he.



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MLS's schedule poses a really serious question for talented young coaches like Marsch. Its hard enough to move players during the winter transfer window since most teams spend their cash over the summer, for coaches its downright impossible unless you're looking at a desperate club that just happened to fire their coach exactly mid-season.



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Marsch is forever cool with me. It's not his fault that MLS is on a different calendar than the rest of the football world.



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Marsch is forever cool with me. It's not his fault that MLS is on a different calendar than the rest of the football world.


And I have no doubts that he knew that Salzburg was in his immediate future if he moved to Leipzig. Anyone who turns down a recent Europa League semifinalist and regular Champions League participant to stay in MLS is a lunatic.




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