The 19-year-old stopper has a promising career ahead of him having impressed as custodian for both the U18s and U23s in recent seasons.
Born in St Albans, he moved with his family to Perth in Western Australia at a young age and it was there where he learned his trade as a goalkeeper, most notably from former Addick Andy Petterson, who had a spell with Charlton during the 1990s.
After recommending Maynard-Brewer to his former teammate Phil Chapple, who was Charlton’s Chief Scout at the time, the youngster arrived at Sparrows Lane on trial at the age of 14 and hasn’t looked back since.
He has since helped both the U18s and U23s win titles as he closes in on that coveted first-team debut and he appeared on the bench on a number of occasions during 2017/18.
Maynard-Brewer will remain patient as he continues to keep guard of Jason Euell’s U23s’ goal this term, while continuing to keep an eye on his involvement with Charlton’s first-team squad.