Laurent Frayssinous “very honoured” to be named coach of Ottawa Aces

Laurent Frayssinous says he will bring all his experience to make sure Ottawa Aces are successful.

The Canadian club will join League 1 ahead of the 2021 season and have recently appointed former Catalans boss Frayssinous as their first-ever head coach.

Frenchman Frayssinous was head coach of the Dragons in Super League between 2013-17, winning 66 out of 139 games in charge.

He said: “I’m very honoured. It’s a very exciting time for me and an exciting time for the club.

“I can’t wait to start and I’m very honoured and it is my pleasure to be a part of the Ottawa Aces.

“I will bring all my experience to make sure the Ottawa Aces are successful in the short-term but also in the medium-term, we have had discussions with Eric (Perez, Aces president) to make sure we work hard in the right direction to make our club sustainable in the future.

“It is a great challenge for me and the club but I can’t wait to start because it is very exciting.”

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