Cameron Mawer joins the Rovers from National League side Boreham Wood’s well renowned PASE Academy, which in recent times has been the country’s most successful football and education Academy.
He has overseen the likes of Sorba Thomas moving to Huddersfield Town and Iliman Ndiaye moving to Sheffield United amongst many others.
Cameron’s playing career saw him represent England at youth level playing with the likes of James Milner and Aaron Lennon.
He was on the books at Watford Football Club for 10 years before moving to Grays Athletic winning the FA Trophy at Upton Park. He spent five seasons in the National league before his career was slowly brought to a premature end.
His first coaching job saw him work at EFL side Stevenage within the academy before becoming Boreham Wood Reserve team manager.
After a successful period learning his trade he was promoted to first team coach. He was equally as successful within the Academy eventually being named Academy Manager and overseeing a period of near domination by his Academy sides.
Five National cups and 10 England colleges internationals later he became their most successful manager in its history.
He was promoted to assistant manager within the first team set-up and played his part in taking the club within a whisper of the football league losing firstly at Wembley against Tranmere in the play-offs then more recently against Harrogate Town in last season’s play offs.
Cameron has overseen players moving to the Premier League, EFL, all over non league and off to America on scholarships.
He will add an experience that is priceless and will be able to take the Academy to another level.
Apply now to attend the first trial in which Cameron will oversee.
Tuesday 6th April 10am registration Kempston Rovers FC