Mike Marsh became the Scouse heart of Brendan Rodgers' coaching team after receiving a promotion to Melwood in the summer of 2012.
He joined the Academy in 2009 working latterly as the U18s coach.
During his playing days Marsh was a cultured midfielder with an eye for a pass and made 101 appearances in a red shirt, scoring six goals.
He was handed his Liverpool debut by Kenny Dalglish as a substitute against Charlton Athletic but Kopites best remember him for scoring with a super header at the Anfield Road end against Auxerre in the memorable UEFA Cup comeback in November 1991.
Marsh played in the reserve team at Liverpool for four years before he got his big break in the 1991-1992 season.
He also scored a memorable goal at Anfield in a 5-0 win over Crystal Palace at Anfield, but was sold by Graeme Souness in 1993 to West Ham United along with David Burrows in a swap deal for Julian Dicks.
Marsh continued to have a good playing career and reunited with Souness again during a spell in Turkey with Galatasaray.