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Owen Brown (footballer)

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1980–1981  Carlisle United
Playing position  Forward
Name  Owen Brown

1978–1980  Liverpool
Role  Footballer
Years  Team
Position  Forward
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Date of birth  (1960-09-04) 4 September 1960 (age 55)

Place of birth  Liverpool, England

Owen Brown (born 4 September 1960) is a footballer who played as a forward. He is best known for his stints in the Football League with Tranmere Rovers.

Brown moved into coaching after his playing career ended, with Prescot Cables. From 1996 to 1999, he was manager of Barrow, winning the UniBond Premier title in 1998. With the club struggling in the Conference, Brown was sacked the following year. He then took up a job coaching Liverpool's under-19 side, and later worked as a coach for Altrincham.

In 2001, Brown was appointed manager of Droylsden, but was sacked after a few weeks in charge. In 2002, Brown was the joint caretaker manager of Chester City. In 2003, Brown was appointed manager of Vauxhall Motors, succeeding Alvin McDonald. He resigned two years later, following a run of seven defeats that left the club rooted to the bottom of the Conference North.

At Liverpool, he worked in various positions, including as a scout, player liaison officer and advisor to then-manager Rafael Benítez.

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Owen Brown (footballer) Wikipedia


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