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.”
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.