Ebbsfleet United have announced the departure of assistant manager Steve Gritt and first-team coach David Jupp as part of a financial restructure at the club.
Fleet’s vice chairman Dean Pooley said: “Like Daryl, I started out playing under Steve Gritt and David Jupp to then working alongside them and I’ve seen up close how dedicated and hard-working they have been in all their years with this football club. That, of course, makes our decision to part ways even harder on a personal level.
“I can’t thank them enough for their input in my time here. They can be justifiably proud of our promotion and play-off qualification over the past two seasons and this club has consistently improved year on year since 2015 right up to last season’s sixth place. They depart with all of this football club’s warmest wishes for the future.”
Manager Daryl McMahon told eufc.co.uk: “I’m very sad to have to lose them. They’ve been terrific for the football club and me as a player working under them. Then as my assistant and first-team coach for three years where we went through three play-off campaigns together in a row.
“To lose them now is a blow and I simply can do no more right this minute than thank them sincerely and wish them all the best for the future.”
The Fleet manager will continue to work alongside his existing backroom team of Aaron McLean, Michael Jordan and Stacy Long.