Andy Scott is the manager of Aldershot Town who were relegated down to the National Conference at the end of the 2012/13 season. He is the former boss of Brentford and Rotherham but now has his work cut out at the Ebb Stadium.
After a successful playing career that saw him make over 300 professional appearances, Andy Scott first landed a coaching role at Leyton Orient before becoming the manager of the youth team.
However, he quickly progressed and was then handed the job of being Terry Butcher's assistant at Brentford and when Butcher was sacked in December 2007, Scott was handed the caretaker-manager job and duly took up the fantastic opportunity.
In the 2008-2009 season, Scott was instrumental in taking Brentford to the League Two title and was named BBC London's Manager Of The Year.
However, Scott couldn't maintain the high levels at the club and following a 4-1 defeat to Dagenham & Redbridge in February 2011 he was sacked from the Bees and was on the lookout for a new job.
Two months later Scott was back in a managerial role as he signed a three-year contract with Rotherham United and will be looking to emulate his early achievements at Brentford, by gaining promotion out of League Two with Rotherham. However, he was sacked in March 2012.
He took over at Aldershot Town in February 2013, and suffered relegation from League Two at the end of the season.