Former Inter Milan manager Frank de Boer has released a statement following his sacking earlier today after just 84 days in charge.
De Boer lasted just 14 games in all competitions for Inter after taking the job in early-August but after winning just five matches – and losing seven – the Dutchman lost his job.
It was only his second job in management after succeeding with Ajax in his first role in the dugout. He spent six years in charge of the Dutch giants and won the Eredivisie title four times but is now unemployed again.
Following the news of his sacking earlier today, De Boer has released a statement on the matter via the Twitter account that he shares with his brother, Ronald.
“Too bad it ended like this,” De Boer posted on Twitter.
“This project needed more time to be carried out. I want to thank all the fans for all the support you’ve given me over these months. Forza Inter.”
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Culled from Squawka