In a remarkable feat, Rob Edwards, in his debut season as manager at Kenilworth Road, accomplished what the previous 21 managers of Luton Town had failed to do – he led the club back to the top flight of English football.
Astoundingly, this promotion comes a mere nine years after the Hatters were competing in non-league football.
Similar to Luton Town’s journey, Edwards himself has experienced a steady rise over the past decade.
The former Wales, Wolves, and Blackpool defender ventured into coaching at the young age of 30, following his retirement from playing due to injury.
Now at 40 years old, Edwards has left an indelible mark on those he has managed, with his former players strongly believing that there is still more to come from their esteemed ex-coach.