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Ebbsfleet United appoint former Dagenham and Redbridge, Weymouth and Woking boss Garry Hill

Ebbsfleet United have moved quickly to appoint Garry Hill as their new manager.

Fleet parted company with Daryl McMahon yesterday and have wasted no time in bringing in their new man.

The experienced Hill was mostly recently manager of Woking where he enjoyed five and-a-half successful seasons.

He won the Conference South with the Cards in his first full season in charge before guiding the club to four consecutive top half finishes, placing seventh in 2015.

Hill said: “I am delighted and honoured to be given this opportunity at such a club. I’ve managed against the Fleet at pretty much every club I’ve been with, they’ve always been tough games and I know the expectation and the history here.

“I’m really looking forward to the challenge ahead and getting going in the National League again. It’s a capable squad here at Ebbsfleet and I’ll be meeting and speaking to the players later on this morning.

“We’ll get straight down to business and with an important FA Cup tie coming up this Saturday, it’s vital we all hit the ground running. I can’t wait to get going, this is a fantastic football club and the hard work starts now.”

Owner and chairman Dr Abdulla Al Humaidi added: “We have moved quickly to appoint Garry. He has a proven track record in almost 30 years of management and his exceptional experience was what stood out for us when considering who to entrust with the next steps forward for this club.

“I  am delighted Garry is on board and I hope all Fleet fans will rally behind the club and the manager as we seek to climb back up the table.”

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