Red Bull Salzburg during the last years has been a club that creates talent consistently. First it was Sadio Mané, then Erling Braut Haaland and lately it has been Takumi Minamino. Salzburg is one of the clubs which makes the best scouting over future stars. Now, they've set their eyes over a different type of asset: the have put North American Jesse Marsch in charge of their project.
Newly Salzburg coach is a former MLS player and coach Jesse Marsch. Marsch was a midfielder who after his collage career at Princeton University he was drafted by DC United, where his collage coach was assistant coach. This was coach was no one else than Bob Bradley, current Los Angeles FC coach.
When Bradley was named expansion team Chicago Fire's coach, he took Marsch there. There, the midfielder player almost ten years. After his retirement, Marsch started his career coach as assistant to Bob Bradley at the US Men National team, where they stayed almost a year until Bradley was sacked.
In 2011, Marsch assumed as expansion Montreal Impact, where he stayed four years. Later, in 2015, he joined the Red Bull sports organization as New York Red Bulls coach, where he won the MLS Supporters' Shield and was named Coach of the Year in 2015. In 2018 he joined RB Leipzig as assistant coach for Ralf Rangnick, and almost a year ago, in June 6, 2019, he was named Red Bull Salzburg's coach. He now wants to spoil European champion Bayern Munich his title defense.