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Macclesfield manager Daryl McMahon resigns after 25 games in charge

Macclesfield Town manager Daryl McMahon resigns after 25 games in charge, Sky Sports News have first broke the news this afternoon.

McMahon was appointed as a replacement to Sol Campbell, who also resigned, back in August, but has only managed to pick up four wins.

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It is understood that the former Ebbsfleet United manager is frustrated by the lack of resources at the League Two club, you’d think one would have known what was to come before taking the job.

Macclesfield have said: “Macclesfield Town can regretfully confirm that head coach Daryl McMahon and assistant head coach Steve Gritt have both tendered their resignations.”

“We are taking advice from our legal team in relation to this and will provide a further update as soon as possible.”

So far this season, the players have refused to play their FA Cup fixture against non league Kingstonian as well as boycott the League Two match against Crewe Alexandra.

Been handed a six points deduction by the English Football League with a further four suspended after they pleaded guilty to charges including non-payment of salaries.

And risk another points deduction for calling off last month’s League Two match against Plymouth Argyle.

Whilst all of this is going on, a winding-up petition issued against Macclesfield Town over an unpaid tax bill has been adjourned by the High Court for the ninth time. The hearing was adjourned until 15 January 2020, to allow time for the payment to clear.

The court was told at an earlier hearing that Macclesfield owed a “very large” amount of tax, as well as owing Campbell over £180,000.

The club currently sit 23rd in the League Two table, just three points clear of the drop.


After finding out that Macclesfield Town manager Daryl McMahon resigns after 25 games in charge, fans gave their thoughts with many slamming the ownership – see those tweets on the next page.


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