Adam Sadler is Under-21 coach at Ukrainian side SC Tavriya, having previously worked at Premier League sides Manchester City and Newcastle United. The 34-year-old was on the books of Newcastle as a junior, before spells with Manchester United and Barnsley.
As a player, John Sheridan was a lively and dynamic midfielder, whose craft in the centre of the park saw him gain international recognition with the Republic of Ireland, notably at the 1990 and 1994 World Cups.
When Darren Sarll returned to Stevenage at June 2012 it saw the experienced youth coach come full circle, having started out at the Hertfordshire club as a community coach Sarll progressed through the ranks – from coaching Under- 16s, to the Centre of Excellence, the Under- 18s and then reserve team manager before departing for Brentford in June 2008 where he worked as Youth Team Manager.
Russell Slade has been manager of London side Leyton Orient since April 2010, preserving the club’s npower League One status on one of the division’s lowest wage bills.
After retiring from playing football in 1987, Ricky Sbragia enjoyed great success with youth teams at York City and Sunderland.
Terry Skiverton has been manager of npower League One side Yeovil Town since February 2009.
Andy Scott is regarded as one of the game’s most promising young managers.