Who Is Terrier Nat Brown?
So former Huddersfield and Lincoln City Box-to-box centre back Nat Brown made a heroic return to Impdom against Woking, along with ex- Forest and fellow Macc full-back Tony Diagne. It appears STMI guessed right on those two. Those fancying Hamza Bencherif will have to wait although the rumour mill at Notts County suggests he may be moving to the United States some time soon. But enough of that Brownaldinio is back at the Bank, where we are guaranteed bravery, thrills and a few spills.
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At 31, Nat Brown still has plenty to offer and is certainly good enough for the BSP, if not League 2, as ex-Imp Scott Kerr, now at York would attest. Chesterfield made a bid for him earlier in the season along with Mansfield Town and Burton were also in the chase. A popular figure at Moss Rose he has fallen down Kings pecking order allowing the Imps to cut an emergency loan deal. Nat is the sort of brave talismanic figure a side needs and his presence in either box has seen him pop up at vital moments with heroic results. Brown was an unsung hero at the Imps and always gave it his all after joining us from Huddersfield.
Nat enjoyed play-off success with the Terriers in 2003/04 and did well at the Imps under KA, who resigned him at Macclesfield. A wrist injury saw him drop down Schofield’s pecking order before Jacko agreed a ‘by mutual consent’ deal that allowed him to move to Wrexham in June 2008. An initial loan became permanent and he would go on to become a rock at Macclesfield under Keith Alexander and then Simmo, popping up with some vital goals to back up those consistently inspirational performances.
|FULL NAME||Nathaniel Brown|
|DATE OF BIRTH||15 June 1981 (age 31)|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Sheffield, England|
|HEIGHT||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|WEIGHT||11 st 9lb (73.92kg)|
|POSITION: DEFENDER / FORWARD|
|SENIOR STATS (LGE & CUP)|
|2008–2009||Macclesfield Town (loan)||33||(6)|