By Matt Badcock
Daryl McMahon has had enough of life outside the management pressure cooker already.
The 35-year-old, who made a shock departure from Ebbsfleet United last month after three-and-a-half years at the helm.
“I’ve had that time away doing things you don’t have the time to do when you’re working,” he told The NLP. “It was nice taking the kids to New York and around Central Park, we took them to see Ground Zero and also went to Disneyland Paris – the little ‘uns now think Mickey Mouse is their best mate!
“But it’s like anything, I want to be back in work straightaway and I’m looking to get back in at the soonest opportunity.
“You don’t really have time to reflect on anything you’ve done. Even in the summer, you’re working, signing players, negotiating with players, sorting out pre-season, scouting the new teams in the division.
“It’s four weeks since I’ve left Ebbsfleet and you can actually look at the things you’ve done well and the things you need to do better at”.