Kent Online report that new manager Garry Hill will not shy away from the tough decisions as he prepares to make big changes at Ebbsfleet United.

Hill, who replaced Daryl McMahon in the dugout last week, has been briefed by chairman Dr Abdulla Al-Humaidi on the required cuts to the wage bill at Stonebridge Road.

The 59-year-old has spent much of his first full week at the club assessing the players and backroom staff.

Taking charge of Fleet in the midst of their financial restructure is a big job but the man with 20 years’ experience in management insists he’s up to it.

Hill said: “It’s like water off a duck’s back.

“I’ve been around long enough and it’s no problem at all. I’ll deal with things in the correct way.

“We’ve been briefed what’s needed in respect of the new structure at the football club, which has got to be worked to, and we have no problem with that.”

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