- Aston Villa and Brighton meet in the Championship on Friday night
- Colin Calderwood has been put on gardening leave by Brighton
- Calderwood is expected to link up at Villa with coach Stephen Clemence
Colin Calderwood has quit as Brighton assistant manager, paving the way for him to become Steve Bruce’s No 2 at Aston Villa.
The two Championship sides meet on Friday night on the South Coast but Calderwood will not be at the match, having been put on gardening leave.
The 51-year-old Scot has worked with Brighton boss Chris Hughton at four clubs but is now expected to link up at Villa with coach Stephen Clemence, who he played alongside at Tottenham.
Colin Calderwood has quit as Brighton assistant manager ahead of a move to Aston…