Full Name: Keith Brown
Normal Position: Full Back
Born: 19/10/1957 (Walton, Liverpool)

He created a favourable impression after a successful debut against Brentford which was described by manager Ray Henderson as ‘the one silver lining in’ an otherwise depressing performance.

All his four League matches were at Haig Avenue and each was watched by fewer than 1000 spectators.

Released early in 1977-78 when reserve manager Harry McNally introduced new blood, he soon moved into local football but finished when Montrose folded.

Since 1981 he has worked in computer maintenance with the ministry of defence, including spells of three years in Gibraltar and more recently four in Germany.

He played football for forces teams in both locations. Now based at bath, he currently lives in Chippenham, Wiltshire.

Statistics include the following competitions
Cambrian Cup, Conference League Cup, English Jubilee Fund, FA Cup , FA Trophy , Football League Cup, Lancashire Floodlit Trophy, Lancashire Junior Cup, Lancashire League Medal Competition, Lancashire Senior Cup, League, Liverpool Senior Cup, Northern Premier League Cup, Northern Premier League Shield, PLAY OFFS , President's Cup, President's Inter League, Third Division (North) Cup, Welsh Cup,

Season Apps Subs Goals
1976/1977 400
Total 4 0 0

Games where player was named on the team sheet

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
07/05/1977 League / D4H HARTLEPOOL 1 - 2
03/05/1977 League / D4H COLCHESTER UNITED 1 - 3
11/03/1977 League / D4H SWANSEA CITY 1 - 3
08/03/1977 League / D4H BRENTFORD 1 - 2