Cray Wanderers can today confirm the appointment of Andy Drury as Assistant Player-Manager for the 2021-22 season. Midfielder/winger Andy who was at Sittingbourne last season will be assisting the Wands new first team manager Danny Kedwell and also expected to play a part for the club on the pitch.  

Andy has a wealth of experience in both the Football League and non-league football and began his career with his home town club Sittingbourne in 2001 and remained there for two years making 107 appearances before signing for then Gravesend & Northfleet for three seasons. After a spell at Lewes he moved on to Stevenage Borough and helped the club win the Conference Premier and FA Trophy in 2008-09.  

He had a short spell at Luton Town when they were in the Conference between 2010-11 and then was signed by Ipswich Town in the Championship in January 2011 where he made 64 appearances in two seasons scoring twice and then went on to Crawley Town and returned to Luton Town now in the Football League in the summer of 2014. Andy returned to the non-league game with Conference side Eastleigh in 2015-16 and then on to Ebbsfleet where he was a team-mate of Danny Kedwell and later joined Danny at Havant & Waterlooville for a spell and then back to Sittingbourne in 2020.   

We welcome Andy to Cray Wanderers and hope he enjoys his time with the club and working alongside Danny Kedwell.