Craig Harrison yesterday started a new chapter in his managerial career, and wished his former club the best of luck.

Appointed Hartlepool United boss 362 days ago, he was yesterday named boss of Bangor City on a two-year deal after being sacked by Pools in February. Linked with jobs at Chester and Telford, Harrison is now free to take over at Bangor, back in the League of Wales where he made his managerial name with TNS.

“I wish everyone at Hartlepool United all the best,’’ he said. “I hope there’s some stability there under Mr Singh and the club is successful.

“It’s a fantastic club. The supporters there deserve success and they care passionately about their club. It’s been a tough couple of years for them, but I really hope they turn things around.

“I’ve no regrets about taking the job when I did, it just didn’t work out while I was there. Problems off the pitch were well-documented and results weren’t good enough. I will never hide from anything and I know it wasn’t good enough.”

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