Edinburgh was announced as Gillingham Manager in February 2015 shortly before the club’s 2-0 win over Sheffield United at Priestfield, and just three days later recorded his first win as Manager after a 2-1 victory over Peterborough at London Road.
He arrived in Kent following a three-and-a-half year stint at Newport County where he guided the club back to the Football League after a 25 year absence.
Prior to that he had applied himself in non-league with Billericay Town, Fisher Athletic, Grays and Rushden Diamonds who unfortunately went into liquidation during the summer of 2011.
As a player Justin started his career at Southend United before earning a big move to Tottenham Hotspur where he won the FA Cup in 1991 and the League Cup in 1999, despite being sent off in the final against Leicester City.
After a decade at White Hart Lane, which saw the left back make over 250 appearances for Spurs, Edinburgh signed for Portsmouth, initially on loan, in March 2000 where he played 34 league matches before taking over as Player/Manager at Billericay in July 2003.
In his first full season at the club, Edinburgh guided the Gills to ninth in League One, the club's highest finish since 2005.
Position: Assistant Manager
Kerslake, 49, enjoyed a 15-year playing career which began with Queens Park Rangers, however it was at Swindon Town where he played the majority of his games between 1989 and 1993.
A short spell at Leeds was followed up with a stint at Spurs where the right back played alongside Justin Edinburgh at White Hart Lane.
Two more spells at Swindon, sandwiched by stints at Wycombe and Ipswich followed before David moved into coaching.
His first job was with Colin Calderwood at Nottingham Forest before becoming First Team Coach at Watford, working under Malky Mackay.
However following his move to Cardiff Kerslake also made the switch, and found himself in Caretaker Charge for a short period following Mackay’s sacking in December 2013.
He then had a brief stint at Wigan before assisting the Academy setup at Tottenham.
Position: Development Manager
Patterson is currently in charge of the club’s development team and will be heavily involved in bringing some of the younger players into first-team consideration with the side playing regular development matches.
He enjoyed a successful playing career, one which saw him play for Carlisle United, Derby County, Plymouth Argyle and the Gills.
Patterson finished his career at Priestfield after being forced to retire due to a serious knee injury.
He spent four seasons as Youth Manager at the club (2006-10) but returned in 2012 to assist Andy Hessenthaler with his coaching set up.
Position: Schoolboys Development Manager
Bull has been in charge of Gillingham’s Centre of Excellence, now Academy, since 2008 and in that time has overseen a complete overhaul of the club’s youth system.
He started coaching at the club back in 2000, and his current role includes responsibility for all the players in the clubs development program who are still at school.
During his time at the Gills, the likes of Matthew Jarvis, Andrew Crofts, Luke Freeman and Ryan Bertrand – the latter winning a Champions League medal with Chelsea at the end of the 2011/12 season - have all moved from the Youth Development program onto Premier League clubs.