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Former York City manager Gary Mills breaks silence to thank supporters
FORMER York City manager Gary Mills has expressed his appreciation for those who supported him during his two-and-a-half year reign.
Mills chose to make no comment following his dismissal after Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Bradford City.
But he has now contacted The Press to break his silence.
The double Wembley-winning chief is still not prepared to speak about his departure from Bootham Crescent but felt obliged to say his thank yous before contemplating his next move in the game.
Mills said: “I would like to thank the people who supported, trusted and believed in me over the last two-and-a-half years, which I will always be grateful for.”
The former European Cup winner was replaced on Monday by one-time Northen Ireland and Norwich City manager Nigel Worthington.
York Minstermen, meanwhile, will hold their monthly general knowledge quiz at the Pitchside Bar tonight.
It starts at 8.30pm with the doors open from 7pm and the cost is £1 per person with a maximum of five members to a team.