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Richard Marshall took charge of Salford Red Devils last December after Ian Watson left for Huddersfield Giants; they finished 11th in this season’s Betfred Super League with seven wins from 22 matches

Last Updated: 22/09/21 11:04am

Richard Marshall succeeded Ian Watson at the AJ Bell Stadium last December

Richard Marshall succeeded Ian Watson at the AJ Bell Stadium last December

Salford Red Devils have announced the departure of head coach Richard Marshall.

The 45-year-old has been in the post less than 12 months after being appointed to succeed Ian Watson when he left to join Huddersfield in December.

The Red Devils finished the season in 11th place after winning seven of their 22 matches under Marshall, who was formerly head coach of Halifax and assistant with St Helens.

A club statement read: “Salford Red Devils would like to thank Richard Marshall for his efforts this season and we wish him and his family all the best for the future.

“The club will make no further comment at this time.”

Salford beat a youthful St Helens 26-14 in what proved to be Marshall's final game in charge

Salford beat a youthful St Helens 26-14 in what proved to be Marshall’s final game in charge

Salford beat a youthful St Helens 26-14 in what proved to be Marshall’s final game in charge

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