Dermot Drummy was appointed Head Coach of Crawley Town in April 2016, his first senior managerial appointment.
Dermot started his playing career at Arsenal, during which time he made his Football League debut during a loan spell at Blackpool. After he was released by the Gunners, Dermot played non-league football for several clubs before becoming manager of Ware.
He joined Arsenal's coaching staff in 1999 and helped develop the likes of Jack Wilshere and Cesc Fabregas before he joined Chelsea's Academy set-up in 2007.
Dermot delivered the FA Youth Cup to Chelsea for the first time in over 40 years in his first season in charge. He was manager of their under-21 team and regularly led the club's youngsters in games against the best sides in Europe in the Next Gen series.
Source: Crawley Town FC