Maidstone United caretaker boss Steve Watt has added Craig Brewster to his coaching staff.

With Watt the only recognised coach in the management team, he’s called upon a former boss to work alongside him on an interim basis. After a 25-year playing career, Brewster moved into management with Inverness and Dundee United.

Following caretaker stints at Crawley Town, he was most recently Derek Adams’ number two at Plymouth Argyle. The pair took Argyle to the League Two play-off final at the end of the 2015/16 season and, after the disappointment of losing out to AFC Wimbledon, automatic promotion was secured 12 months later.

Brewster said: “I finished at Plymouth Argyle in the summer and Steve phoned me to ask if I would come in and help him while he’s caretaker and I was delighted to.

“Steve was my player at Inverness when I was manager there and I worked with him again at Ross County. I am delighted to team up and see where it goes.”

Watt said: “Craig’s got a wealth of experience in the league and had good success down at Plymouth. I am really grateful that he’s come in, I look forward to working with him and hopefully getting some positive results.”


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