Christian St. Peters has told his former players that he is “not ashamed” of his time as the St Peters’ assistant coach.
He was named in the second half of the club’s season-ending 3-0 win over Bologna, but only after admitting to being “extremely disappointed” by his role.
“The truth is I was very disappointed,” St Peters told reporters at the club headquarters in Bolognese.
“I was disappointed because it’s not easy to replace someone like (Fabio) Grosso.
He’s the best coach in the world, he knows the system.
He will always be the best.”
He will have the confidence in me and we will all be proud of him.
I will also be very proud of the work I did in the academy and the development of the boys.
“St Peters is not alone in his praise for his new boss.
St Peters has been linked with the job of head coach at St Paul’s, as well as with a role at Juventus.
In a press conference after the game, St Peters said he is looking forward to working with the new coach.”
I want to thank the fans for their support.
It’s a great honour and I hope the new manager will be as successful as I am.””
We will work together and I am very proud that I had the chance to be part of such a wonderful club.”
It’s a great honour and I hope the new manager will be as successful as I am.