Departed Scarborough Athletic boss Steve Kittrick has wished the club well for the future, as well as thanking the fans and players after a hugely enjoyable three-year spell, Scarborough News report.
Kittrick and his assistant manager Chris Bolder were relieved of their duties on Saturday night after the 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Stalybridge Celtic.
He said: “Having taken a few days to absorb the board’s decision, I thought it only right to break my silence by thanking the players and most importantly the incredible fans who have been a massive support during my tenure at the football club.
“Upon accepting the offer to manage Scarborough Athletic in January 2016, it became instantly apparent what potential this club has – a sleeping giant if you like.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the club and know that I leave it in a much stronger position than when I took over, both on and off the field.
“It has been some journey. Having inherited a squad with a remit of survival in my first year, to reaching cup finals, play-offs and promotion in our homecoming year.”
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