Salzburg confirmed this Thursday the departure of his current coach, the American Jesse
Marsch, to the RB
Leipzig German next season, and announced that Matthias
Jaissle will be the one who takes command of the bench of the current Austrian champion.
“My attention is now 100% in the last three weeks of competition with Salzburg. Revalidating the Cup and League titles is all that matters to me, and I will do everything possible to achieve it,” he explained Marsch in a club statement.
Marsch leave the Salzburg after two seasons at the head of the team, with which he lifted the titles of League Y Cup in their first campaign and entered the group stage of the League
The sports director of the Salzburg, Christoph
Freund, thanked the transparency of Marsch during the negotiations and was grateful for their performance.
“His decision to leave came without much margin, but we were prepared by the honest and clear conversations that we had previously had,” he said.
His decision came without much margin
About the new technician, Freund He assured that he is an “ideal candidate” who fully fits into “the philosophy of the club.”
Jaissle, 33 years old and former professional player, comes from training in the lower categories of the Salzburg and will sit for at least two years on the first team bench.
“I am excited about this great opportunity. The style of the club fits with my training style and I would like to thank you for the trust placed in me,” he said in his first statements after announcing his hiring.