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Mike Marsh was born on 21 July, 1969 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Discover Mike Marsh's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

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Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 21 July 1969
Birthday 21 July
Birthplace Liverpool, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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On 13 June 2019, Marsh was named assistant first-team coach to Steve Cooper at Swansea City.


In March 2016, it was announced that Marsh would leave Huddersfield to take up a similar position with the England national under-17 football team.


On 9 November 2015, Marsh joined Huddersfield Town as a coach under new manager David Wagner.


Marsh is currently the Head Academy coach of the ambitious Accrington & Rossendale College in East Lancashire, the team competes in the Lancashire F.A under 18 league on a Monday night and a British Colleges Elite league on a Wednesday afternoon. Marsh combined this role with his Academy coaching job at Liverpool F.C (under 16's) and with his Master's football commitments. In May 2011 Liverpool announced he was to move up to coaching the under 18 side. Marsh moved up to first team coach at Liverpool before his departure from the club was announced in June 2015.


After retiring from playing he was, on the coaching staff of Southport. In 2008, Northwich Victoria appointed him as their first-team coach. He quit Northwich, to become assistant manager at Bradford Park Avenue in November 2008. Later that month he was appointed caretaker manager of Park Avenue after Dave Cameron resigned following a defeat against bottom-placed Witton Albion; he shared the role with goalkeeping coach Gary Stokes because he had commitments in Spain.


His last move was to another ambitious club, Accrington Stanley who were hoping that Marsh's magic for taking sides from non-league to league would rub off on them, which it did as Accrington won the Northern Premier League thus gaining promotion to the Conference. Marsh ended his career after just one season at the Crown Ground on 2 June 2003.


On 9 June 2001 he joined another ambitious Conference outfit, this time Boston United, who paid Southport £15,000. Marsh's experience helped guide Boston to the Conference title but once again he had to leave as he wasn't allowed to join his Boston teammates in league football. He played seven times for Boston scoring just once against Chester but was a major influence within the Boston camp.


Marsh joined Conference side Southport on a free transfer on 18 May 2000 and spent just over a year there playing thirty seven times and scoring seven times.


As part of the insurance payout he received when he retired he was required not to play league football again, so he spent the remainder of his playing days in the non-league game. The first non-league side he signed for was Barrow where he stayed six months before moving to the ambitious Midlands club Kidderminster Harriers on 19 November 1999. Kidderminster were being managed by former Liverpool teammate, and the man Marsh had replaced when making his debut, Jan Mølby.


It was the manager who had allowed him to leave Liverpool, Graeme Souness, who wanted Marsh's signature. He got it for £500,000 on 26 June 1995, taking Marsh to Turkish side Galatasaray. Marsh played just three times in two and a half months for the team from Istanbul before he was on the move yet again to Southend United whose newly installed manager was Marsh's ex-Liverpool teammate Ronnie Whelan. He signed for the Shrimpers on 3 September 1995 for £500,000. Marshy, as he was known by his teammates, made his debut on 9 September 1995 in the 1–0 defeat to Sunderland at Roker Park. Marsh had two good seasons at the Essex club, appearing in seventy-five league games in which he scored ten times. The second of these seasons saw Southend relegated to the Second Division, the third tier of English football. Things got worse for Marsh as he picked up a knee injury which ultimately and prematurely ended his professional career. He had played ninety seven times for Southend, scoring thirteen goals.


Coventry City signed Marsh for £450,000 on 30 December 1994 but he was soon on the move again after just nineteen games and two goals in six months at Highfield Road.


Marsh signed for West Ham on 17 September 1993 and made his debut the following day in the 2–0 win over Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. Marsh's time at Upton Park was short-lived. He spent just fifteen months at the club, during which he made 61 appearances, scoring just twice.


Marsh came through the ranks at Liverpool and was part of their 1992 FA Cup-winning side. He was a first-team coach at Liverpool between 2011 and 2015, working under Kenny Dalglish and Brendan Rodgers, before joining Huddersfield Town as a coach in November 2015. He left in May 2016 to take up a coaching role with the England under-17s.

Marsh was an unused substitute in the 1992 FA Cup Final where he picked up a winners medal as Liverpool beat Sunderland 2–0. He continued to be a regular squad member in 1992–93 and began the 1993–94 season in style with a great curled goal in a 5–0 win at Swindon Town, but Graeme Souness allowed him to leave within days of that goal when he joined West Ham United as a makeweight (along with David Burrows) in the deal that took Julian Dicks to Anfield. Marsh had appeared 101 times for Liverpool in which he scored six goals.


Marsh graduated from the reserves and established himself as a first-team regular in the 1991–92 season. His first goal also came during this season in one of the most memorable matches ever played at Anfield, on 6 November 1991 in a UEFA Cup 2nd round 2nd leg tie against Auxerre. The game saw Liverpool turn a 2–0 deficit from the first leg in France into a 3–2 aggregate win. Marsh's 29th-minute equaliser swung the game in Liverpool's favour.


A midfield player or full back, he was spotted playing for his local side Kirkby Town by, then, Liverpool reserve team coach, Phil Thompson who advised manager Kenny Dalglish to sign the talented youngster, which he did on 21 August 1987. Marsh made his Liverpool debut on 1 March 1989 in the 2–0 win over Charlton Athletic at Anfield, when he came on as a 58th-minute substitute for Jan Mølby.


Michael Andrew "Mike" Marsh (born 21 July 1969) is an English professional football coach and former footballer who is the assistant first-team coach at Swansea City.