Last season Burton finished 16th in L1.
This season they are currently bottom with 4 points, two places below FGR.
Last time out they lost away to Shrewsbury 2-1 but their previous match they recorded their first win of the season 2-0 away to Exeter.
Burton’s top scorer is Davis Keillor-Dunn with 4 goals.
Noureddine “Dino” Maamria
Born and brought up in Tunisia for the first 4 years of Maamria’s life his family lived in a tent and owned 2 goats one of which Maamria named Gary after Gary Lineker.
Maamria started his playing career with As Marsa of Tunisia. He left the club in 1994 and spent a season at CO Transports. He moved to England in 1996 and joined Burnley. Maamria subsequently signed for Glentoran, spending the remainder of 1996–97 season with the club. He joined then Conference club Doncaster Rovers in 1998, spending two years there. He spent the 2000-01 at Southport, before signing for Leigh RMI in July 2001. After two seasons at Leigh, Maamria signed for Stevenage for a five-figure fee in February 2003. He left the club after making 10 appearances, joining Charleston Battery in USA. He made nine appearances for Charleston, before re-joining Stevenage in September 2003. Maamria went on to spend three seasons with Stevenage. In July 2006, he re-joined Southport, before signing for Rushden & Diamonds on a free transfer in January 2007. After being released by Rushden at the end of the2006/7, Maamria signed for Northwich Victoria in August 2007.
He made the transition from playing to coaching and management, managing Northwich Victoria, Southport and Nuneaton Town in non-League. During his time as manager of Northwich, Maamria won the Conference Premier Manager of the Year award for the 2007/8 season, during which he guided Northwich to Conference Premier safety having been in administration and 15 points adrift of safety at the time of his appointment. In March 2018, he was appointed as manager of League Two club Stevenage, a position he held until September 2019. Later that month, Maamria was appointed as head coach of Oldham Athletic. He has also been a first-team coach and assistant manager at Stevenage, Preston NE & Newport County.
Following Hasselbaink’s resignation, after his second time as Burton Manager, on 5 September 2022, Maamria was promoted from assistant to manager.