Ebbsfleet boss Garry Hill didn’t read too much into his side’s 5-1 humbling at Bromley on Saturday with far more pressing matters to be decided for the club in the summer ahead.
And the manager said he’s more than up for the challenges to be faced as he seeks assurances in advance of a close-season of change at the Kuflink Stadium.
“I’m really hoping that things are positive in view of taking the club forward next season,” he told BBC Radio Kent’s Charles Webster. “It ain’t going to be easy, we all know that, but I certainly want to stay at Ebbsfleet United next season but it’s got to be right all the way around to give myself a chance, the management team and the players who are at the football club and new players coming in, for the best interests for the club and all the supporters. They’ve been different class and the players have been different class all the way through.”
And the Fleet manager will meet with Dave Archer and club owner Dr Abdulla Al-Humaidi to plan a stable platform to take into the 2019/20 season.
“Now it’s a situation where we look forward subject to talking to the boss, me and Dave Archer, hopefully over the next seven days we can see a picture in what direction the football club wants to go. And hopefully that’s agreeable so we’re in a position so everybody can go forward.”
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