Daggers Get Daryl As Former Macc Man Replaces Taylor

Dagenham have moved swiftly to get their hands on a new manager.

Daryl McMahon is to replace Peter Taylor following his departure from Macclesfield, the club have confirmed.

The former Ebbsfleet manager returns to the National League a day after resigning at the League Two Silkmen.

Executive Chairman Peter B Freund told the club’s website: “Daryl was our first choice from the moment we started this process and we are thrilled that he has agreed to lead the Daggers moving forward and into the future.”

A Daggers statement confirmed he won’t be on the bench this weekend.

“Dagenham & Redbridge are pleased to announce the appointment of Daryl McMahon as the club’s new Manager.

“McMahon joined Ebbsfleet United as a player in 2013, and was appointed manager two years later.

“After defeat to Maidstone United in the 2016 National League South Play-Off Final, he led the Fleet to promotion, and followed that up with a run to the National League Play-Off Semi-Finals.

“The Irishman left Stonebridge Road in November 2018, and was appointed as Macclesfield Town boss in August 2019.

“The 36-year-old also had an extensive playing career, amassing over 350 appearances, turning out for the likes of Leyton Orient, Stevenage Borough, Dover Athletic, and Ebbsfleet United.

“McMahon will watch tomorrow’s game against Torquay United from the stand, and will take charge of the Daggers’ FA Trophy Second Round tie away at Notts County next Saturday. “

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