League Two club say McMahon and assistant Steve Gritt have asked to leave Moss Rose
Last Updated: 02/01/20 6:09pm
Daryl McMahon has resigned as Macclesfield Town head coach after just 25 games in charge.
The League Two strugglers won just four matches during McMahon’s tenure.
It is understood that the former Ebbsfleet United manager is frustrated by the lack of resources at the club.
A club statement “regretfully” confirmed the departure of McMahon and his assistant head coach Steve Gritt.
Macclesfield also revealed they will be consulting their legal team over the resignations.
McMahon’s predecessor Sol Campbell left by mutual consent in August after eight months in charge.
The Silkmen are 22nd in the table after their 2-2 draw at Port Vale on New Year’s Day, three points above the relegation zone.
In December, Town were deducted six points by the EFL following a number of regulation breaches.
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Source : Sky Sports