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Marsch – ‘I wouldn’t say I was happy’

Red Bull Salzburg manager Jesse Marsch acknowledged that after his team talk became a web sensation, his now-famous half-time discourse against Liverpool made him somewhat “uncomfortable.”

During the Austrian side ‘s excursion to Anfield, the discourse came a match that saw Liverpool clutch a thin 4-3 win regardless of 3-0 out of 36 minutes.

Marsh lit a fire under his RB Salzburg side with his half-time chat, after a goal from Hwang Hee-chan before the half, which became a web sensation because of a fightback from his side into the match.

Goals marked by Takumi Minamino and megastar striker Erling Haaland from future Liverpool saw Salzburg retaliate before Mohammed Salah sealed the success with a goal of 69th moment.

Marsch ‘s inverse manager Jurgen Klopp has since said that if Liverpool ever broadcasts one of his team talks he would “leave the club.”

Marsch - 'I wouldn’t say I was happy'
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The American manager, notwithstanding, says that he understands why there is enthusiasm for this sort of back-the-scenes footage, despite the fact that he’s not at the focal point of it altogether comfortable.

Red Bull Salzburg manager Jesse Marsch acknowledged that his now-famous half-time discourse against Liverpool made him somewhat “uncomfortable” after his team talk became a web sensation. The American supervisor says he knows there’s enthusiasm for this sort of back-the-scenes video, although he’s not comfortable in it.

“I wouldn’t say I was pleased-I felt awkward as all the recordings from the documentary came out,” Marsch told Blood Red Podcast.

“I hate hearing myself speak German, that’s annoying! However, in the U.S., I was experiencing it – individuals appreciate the substance.