Chris Hargreaves said he will learn from the experienced of his disappointing spell as manager of Yeovil Town.

The former boss has issued a statement through the League Managers’ Association saying he was “hugely disappointed” to have been sacked after picking up just two wins in three months in charge.

The statement in full reads:

I would like to start by thanking the staff and players for their efforts and support during my time at Yeovil Town.

I was extremely proud to be given the opportunity to manage the club and naturally I am hugely disappointed to have left. In my short tenure, I believe that many of the team’s performances this season should have contributed to a higher points total and that this would have improved as the season progressed. We were competitive against some of the teams with the highest budgets in the league and on many occasions, showed huge potential.

The experience, while disappointing, is something I will learn from. I am keen to get back on the grass and will be doing everything I can to ensure that my next job is the right one for me to achieve success for a club.

I wish the board, supporters and everyone at Yeovil Town FC the very best for this season and beyond. I sincerely hope that they can achieve their objectives in the near future.

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