Pellegrino Issues Message To Saints Fans
Tuesday, 13th Mar 2018 14:39
Mauricio Pellegrno has issued a statement to Saints supporters via the club's official website thanking them for their support.
The statement was short and to the point and wished the club and it's supporters all the best, although Saints fans will understandably not be impressed by his spell at the club, hopefully this statement will be taken in the right spirit, Pellegrino has failed to take the club forward, his way did not work, perhaps there were some mitigating circumstances, but ulitmately he is not making excuses just issuing a dignified message, hopefully Saints fans will realise that he tried his best and simply his best was not good enough.
Dear supporters and everyone involved with Southampton Football Club,
As you know, my period in Southampton has finished. From the beginning I tried to do my best every single day, I tried to give back to the club and tried to represent the club with pride.
Some moments we managed this, some moments we couldn’t, but we have been living a difficult season for many reasons. The manager is the face of a lot of decisions and actions, but I always tried to put the club first with my technical staff and the board behind me.
I am really happy with the hospitality of the people of Southampton and the respect you have shown me in every moment during this experience. The fans have been behind us even in difficult games and I am really grateful for your support in those situations.
I have to say thanks to Ralph, to the board, to Les and Ross, all my technical staff and all the Southampton employees. Also to my players, who respected me in every single moment.
I feel so sorry to leave the club in this situation, but when you don’t get results I understand the decision the club has to take.
I wish everyone all the best for the rest of the season, I have enjoyed an amazing experience and I know that Southampton has everything required to move forward.
We March On.
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