Liverpool FC finished a disappointing sixth in the league table and first two casualties of the end of season review by club owners FSG have been assistant manager and the first team coach. Pascoe had worked alongside the Liverpool FC manager Brendan Rodgers since their Swansea City days and is the most high profile sacking following the review by Liverpool FC owners FSG. Mike Marsh was one of the few Liverpudlians on the coaching staff at Liverpool FC. Marsh was an academy coach at the club since 2009. He became the first team coach following Rodgers’ appointment as manager in 2012. Brendan Rodgers did keep his job after a meeting with Tom Werner, the club chairman, and Mike Gordon, the president of FSG, but the duo insisted on making change at the coaching level. Marsh’s contract at Anfield was due to expire this month and he has been released while Pascoe had 12 months to run to his current deal but has been released by ‘mutual consent’. […]

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